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Have a Magnificent Day!

Have a Magnificent Day!

Time Is of the Essence

Jerome’s 25th Birthday

In honor of our son, Jerome:

We all have 24 hours to each day and the freedom of choice to spend it as we choose.
What are you doing with your time and energy?

This picture is of our son Jerome on his 25th birthday with his good friend Paul.
Jerome has the big smile on his face and is beaming positive energy and enthusiasm like he usually did.  His best friend, Paul (on the left) also seems to be enjoying the moment.

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Jerome had no idea that less than two years later, on September 17th, 2003, his car would be hit from behind and he would leave this earth so quickly.  Paul had no idea that exactly one year later he would be hit by a drunk driver and join Jerome in Heaven in 2004.  They were fine young men in the prime of their life.

Hopefully, they made the most of their time.
None of us knows how long we are here for or how much time we have.
You can make your time count and you can make your life count by being fully present and engaged every moment possible.  Do all the good you can now.

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Questions:
Are you being the best you can be?

Are you make the highest and best contribution?
Are you actualizing your potential?
How much time are you wasting not doing what you really want?

As you give, so shall you receive….
The energy, thoughts, beliefs, feelings, words, actions and things you give out, come back to you like a cosmic boomerang.  Are you letting the people you care about know how you feel about them?

What would happen if you started having more fun and lightening up a bit more?
What would happen if you started consistently acknowledging yourself for all of your wonderful qualities and contributions?  What would happen if you did the same for others?

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A wise friend and mentor, Michael Wyman, envisioned people as their Higher Selves and as Unlimited, Powerful and Magnificent Spiritual Beings and children of God.
Michael chose to look at life as a game and believed that miracles are possible. 

When you consistently build your own positive energy by acknowledging yourself, others and the universe around you and by being thankful for all of your blessings, you create a high vibration that will attract wonderful things.  It starts with awareness and being present.

Having a high vibration and energy makes it easier for you to transcend any challenges or limitations that you may encounter.  Why let anything bring you down?  How much time do you have to waste on unimportant things?

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By maintaining a high, focused, clear and positive vibration and energy, you can achieve your highest potential.

Make your time count and make a difference…..one person and one moment at a time.

blessings,
:) Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

 

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