As you’re meandering along the beach with the seagulls making a distinct sound in your ears, you notice this bottle half stuck in the sand at the waters edge. You can hardly contain your excitement as, with hands starting to tremble, you gingerly unroll the paper you extracted from the bottle. Only to find with glee that it is not one, but several pages rolled into the bottle! Then your hands start to tremble. Your heart begins to do a loud boom boom in your ears. The message, the story you are reading – it is about…..
Please let your light shine and believe that YOU are destined for greater things, as too the people’s lives you continue to touch.
Imagine your curiosity being like a diver diving to a depth of 2000 feet. What will your curiosity discover? Follow the dance. Give up all control and let the dance lead your curiosity to other places.
You may realise you have a weed when you feel discontent, or unhappiness or unease in your life. Here’s how to discover your weeds and eradicate them.
We’re all dying. It just matters when. And sometimes we don’t know the ‘when’. It’s what you do about it that counts.
It’s okay to feel the feelings and learn from them. But when a feeling or memory is holding us back from claiming our goals and dreams, this exercise can be helpful in letting go and moving forward.
Forgiving others can sometimes be easier than forgiving ‘YOU’. Love starts with yourself, so are you treating yourself with the same compassion and respect? Are you allowing yourself to learn from it and move on?
Every now and then, you come across an inspiring individual who is taking action to make a difference in the world. A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate to meet such a person; standing in the supermarket checkout of all places! It turned out that the guy standing in front of me, Andrew Cadigan (or Cad as he’s mostly known), is on an epic journey to walk – yes, you read that correctly, walk! – across Australia to raise funds for the Cancer Council. A journey of some 17,000 kms (around 10,500 miles). I grabbed his ‘Oz On Foot’ business card and, intrigued about Cad’s adventure, I had a look at his website and was amazed at what he is doing. Cad’s slogan is “One Man, One Pram, Two Feet and a Heart Beat!” I interviewed Cad and asked him why he decided to go on his epic journey, what he gave up in his life to do it, and what keeps him going in tough times. Listen in to Cad’s inspiring story… Please do share the video to spread the message! Let’s lend our support to Cad so he can raise a lot of funds for the Cancer Council and meet (actually, exceed!) his goal! To share either: – Click on the share buttons at the top and bottom of this article – Copy the page URL and post or email it - http://www.tara-west.com/2011/epic-journey-across-australia – Copy the YouTube video link and post or email it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6cQTcUx-Dk Thank you To make a donation: – Visit Cad’s website: http://www.OzOnFoot.com and donate directly to the fundraising arm of the Cancer Council – Follow Cad’s journey (via his website) and when he’s in your town, pay him a visit! – If you see Cad on the side of the road, consider pulling over, saying G’day, and handing over your spare change!
How to stop the distracting ‘what if’ scenarios from destroying your dreams and action plans.
Suddenly, your idea that seemed so fabulous two seconds ago has suddenly taken on a dark, odd shape and you are suddenly convinced that no matter what, you are doomed to failure – never mind that your idea two seconds ago was so full of promise.