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Gandhi - be the changeVision, compassion, honor, justice and freedom.  These are important qualities and values which lead to transformation and empowerment.

Today’s challenges give you the opportunity to tap into these qualities.  Gandhi transformed the world and you can too!

We all could use more compassion and truth.  We have the freedom of choice to not accept anything less than total truth and our divine plan.  Others may try to program or convince us about what we should do or how we should be.  In the end, the choice is always ours!

Deep down inside our heart and intuition, we know the truth.  We know what is right and what is wrong.  We know when people are following proper principles and we know when they are not.  We also know when we are.

Even in challenging times, anything is possible.  We can still create whatever we want as long as it does not violate the rights of others.

When something has merit, nothing can stop a good idea when its time has come.  We can make our dream a reality even in this new economy and under any circumstances.  It takes belief and action.

This is a time when vision, courage and imagination are needed.  People need hope and inspiration more than ever to achieve their dreams and make it happen and to deal with the many challenges of our new world.

The vision and greatness of the founding principles of The United States of America are still alive and well.  Like any dream or truth, it needs to be acknowledged, shared, nurtured and protected.

Make this the time in your life to renew your commitment to truth, excellence and proper principles.  Take the time to make sure you are following your truth and divine path.

“Those who know the truth, learn to love it.
Those who love the truth, learn to live it.”

Take a stand for freedom and live the life you have imagined!

You make a difference, for yourself, your family and for others.

smiles,

🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

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