5/09/2014

On the Eve of Mother's Day Week-End: On Attitudes & Possiblities

Mother's Day is a Day to celebrate and embrace the most important person in our lives.  All of us are blessed and ever so grateful for our Mothers.    May the almighty bless all the Mothers.   On this day, I especially salute my own Mother, my Son's Mother and my wonderful Sister.

As we remember this day, my thought also is with the Mothers of those Nigerian Girls who cries of agony was heartbreaking to see as the World-Wide Campaign continues to gather steam to #BringOutGirlsHome.    It is also a Week that continues to see people dying in Ukraine, in Afghanistan, in Iraq and in Syria which continues to undermine hope.   

As the Week-End is before us, this from Ralph Martson goes to the heart of "the Art of the possible": 

Assume you can do it

A powerful first step in getting anything done is to assume you can do it. When you start by assuming you can do it, you don’t have to fight your doubts all the way there.
Even if you don’t know how to take the first step, assume that there’s a way. Assume you can do it, and you’ll find that way.
You are extremely good at solving difficult problems because you’ve done it all your life. You are very good at making things happen when you have a good enough reason to do so.
So make sure your objective is what you really, truly desire, and make the assumption that you can indeed reach it. With a meaningful purpose and a positive perspective, you’re already well on your way.
Instead of complaining that it’s too difficult or complicated or unfair, just get busy. Work under the powerful assumption that it’s possible for you, and it will be.
Dare to dream and dare to believe without a doubt that you can reach your dreams. Assume you can, and eventually, with effort and commitment, you will.


The need to be positive and upbeat is ever so critical as well.     This small "V-thought" from the team at Simple Truths is ever so critical: 

The Attitude is Everything Inspirational Movie - Movie

Happy Mother's Day to all.

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