Make it Happen Monday: Live

01
Aug
2011

A limit set by yourself
Intrusion of your life by someone else
Creating trouble when joy is an easy option
Harsh words
Affecting the lives of Children who can’t defend themselves
Causing disorder
Shattering dreams through jealousy
Causing problems through ignorance
Implementing regulations which create a need for more regulations
Living a Life instead of Creating a Life
Giving into the Rat race
Forgetting your dreams….more importantly….What you believe in

Remembering the Golden Rule
Remembering who you wanted to be and knowing it’s still attainable
Never letting others affect your character
Believing in the Universe
Believing in your Dreams
Support
Improving your own life and those closest to you
Letting others do their own thing……we are all different
Loving Children…..they are the ones who will be taking over
Create your own culture
Dare, Risk, Have Courage
You will never be as Young as you are today

Life is full of paths, trails, passages, and journeys
Choices are part of every day…..every minute
One direction may get re-routed, but the journey continues
Old Pathways are still open
Conformity is good and bad, choose the right ones
Getting along is much more fun then the alternative
There is only one thing we were meant to do
Live

Enjoy Your Ride

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One Response to “ Make it Happen Monday: Live ”

  1. Joel Phillips on August 1, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Bravo!

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