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Have a Magnificent Day!

blue birds and purpleThis world is amazing.  The incredible beauty of life and nature in all forms is spectacular and astounding.  Every person and every form of life in the universe is created out of divine energy in their own unique way.  Everything is connected.  We are all connected.
If it hurts one of us, it hurts all of us and if it helps one of us it helps all of us.  There is a divine plan.

For everything there is a season, a giving and a receiving, an ebb and flow.  People come into our lives for a reason, a season or a lifetime.

Today is a special day for our family.  It is our son, Jerome’s birthday.  Jerome was in a fatal car accident at the young age of 26.  What matters most is the quality and fullness of the 26 years he lived – and Jerome surely lived!

Jerome made the moment count and forever touched the lives of many people deeply.  He was full of brightness, enthusiasm and joy consistently.  He loved people.
He loved life.  Jerome lit up the room when he walked in and touched people’s hearts.  People felt better when he was there.  His energy, heart and intention made such a difference.  Jerome had a beautiful smile and he smiled and laughed often.

My life and work is inspired by Jerome’s joy and example.  Jerome continues to shine in our hearts.  His mother, Denise and brother, Denny have that same twinkle.  I am blessed to have them in my life for the past twenty years.

When you look at the average life span even 80-100 years goes by in the blink of an eye.
We are here for a short and precious time.

Are we making the best use of our time, energy and resources?
Are we making the biggest contribution and difference?
Are we focused on the good and positive?
Are we being kind to ourselves and others?

“The little things don’t mean a lot, they mean everything.”

Jerome seized the moment.  Don’t take your life, this day, this moment for granted.
Make it count and be the shining star and inspiration you truly are.


smiles,

🙂 Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

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