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Re: Life Is What You Make It ...

Post by PaulMurphy on Mon May 24, 2010 10:40 am

Bravo Richard! That's precisely why I decided to stay off the computer early this morning and take my 14 year old daughter fishing! She normally sleeps in and home schools, but I had her willingly get up at 630am and join me on the lake! The icing on the cake was when she caught the only fish, she beamed with joy!

I was in heaven there for a couple hours, and we talked about how we would remember this moment for the rest of our days! Thanks for putting light on the important things in life friend!

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Post by mansuurbey on Mon May 24, 2010 9:55 am

Lemonade, anyone? Life has given me a lot of lemons and I turned them into a cool refreshing drink!

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Post by elur on Mon May 24, 2010 9:32 am

Wow. That was such a great post (& NIce video)! Rarely will see someone post about Life in networker forums.

Thank you :)

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Post by MoniqueAlvarez on Mon May 24, 2010 8:59 am

This is one of my favorites from you Richard! :)

Derek and I gave up the "CAGE", as predictable and seemingly good as it was. We could have never imagined all the twists and turns we have encountered, but when I lay my head on the pillow at night, I feel good, I feel happy and I feel ALIVE!

I just wrote this down this morning.

"You have so many ways of measuring your success. In your society, your dollars are a measurement of success; your trophies are a measurement of success-but from our prospective, the existance within you of positive emotion is your greatest measure of success." Abraham-Hicks

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Post by notreadytoretireyet on Mon May 24, 2010 8:39 am

Thank you for sharing,

Whenever I get down, I only have to get in a crowd or turn on the news to see how fortunate I am. Then I am embarrassed :oops: and think I am the most ungrateful person in the world. I am really hard on myself and rightfully so.

When you are caught up in all the drama, it does help to see that "This too shall pass". It is one of my favorite quotes. Sometimes we have to see the bottom in order to look up!

I too always remind myself of where I am born and how blessed I am. We live better in the poorest state than some Kings did in the past. We have running water and an abundance of food here in the United States. I feel that a thank you is not even good enough to those who fight for and fought for our freedom; lest we take the time to celebrate and give gratitude for those who made this country possible on Memorial Day.

I am grateful to God for everything, especially my relationships built upon love and trust. :D

P.S. Pink Floyd is totally awsome! 8-)

Cheryl Veon :D [/url]
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Post by lawtosuccess on Mon May 24, 2010 2:01 am

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Post by lilach on Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:27 am

Hi Richard

Fabulous post (and cool video too :D )

Sadly my aunt passed away on Friday and this post is very relevant to me at the moment.

We are only given one life but plenty of opportunities to make it what we want...

Thanks for sharing..

Lilach

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Post by TomDoiron on Sat Feb 27, 2010 9:37 pm

Richard,

The Good Ol' Book says, "Godliness with contentment is GREAT gain."

Wishing You Plenty To Live,
Tom Doiron
Atlanta

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Post by 2nd2none on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:06 pm

Thanks for opening the door Richard for us to reflect on how good we really do have it. I to am happily married (over 20 years) with 2 boys who are a joy to behold. Living in So Cal it can be quite easy to take things for granted and get wrapped up in ourselves all the while there are others around who are struggling while we have so much.

My time in this internet marketing has been brief in comparison to many others but the connections that I have made and am making have been a blessing.

I am striving to be a help to all in need. Will I fall short? Of course I will. I just can't be everywhere all the time and truly can't be all things to all people. But, what I can do is make myself available when necessary.

Thanks again for the refreshing post. :D

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Post by popps on Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:49 pm

Pink Floyd definitely brings back old memories, they'll never get old with me.
Playing separately, they both put on good shows
Ummmm what was this post about again?? :lol:

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