“I can turn failure into success, disappointment into increased understanding and loss into gain.”
Emerson stated in his essay Compensation that for everything you lose, you gain something.
For every loss there is a gain, so let go of the loss and accept the gain.
“I will restore to you the years which the swarming locust has eaten,”
The years the locust has eaten symbolize those periods in life that seem empty of good or filled with trouble. Just as vines that are pruned bear better and fuller fruits, so all periods of hardship, problems and challenges through which we pass can be regarded as times of pruning.
Release all anxiety or condemnation of yourself or others about your past or situation. God can give such an abundant outpouring of good in the present moment that there is not room enough to hold it!
Keep acknowledging the growth and the good that is coming out of every moment and every situation, no matter how improbable it may seem.
“Every adversity contains within it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.”
W. Clement Stone
May you prosper all the days of your life, under grace and in perfect ways!
The Mega Coach
It appears that out of nothing comes something.
It starts in the invisible realm, but know that thoughts and feelings are things.
It starts with an idea, a divine spark of creativity and then thoughts, feelings and actions.
It starts in the ethers and manifests in the physical.
Make a choice what is to be.
The universe will follow your mind and energy.
When all seems lost in life, this is the very moment that all things are possible and the greatest opportunity is available.
When you feel like you have nothing left to give,
is exactly when you discover a new supply of love and kindness.
Your very nature is to create new value.
Out of difficulty and challenge, you can create achievement and prosperity.
This is your nature and brilliance as a Spiritual Being.
You are created in God’s image with the co-creative ability.
“You are never given a wish without the power to make it come true.”
“The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.”
The Mega Coach
‘The things that I plan turn out great,
but the things that just happen are even better.’
Lee W. Papier
Making plans for your life is good and a wise thing to do.
Yet, usually the most amazing things just happen in the moment.
You must be open to what shows up and flexible to include it in your life and plan.
Keep a positive attitude and strong energy and vibration.
Nothing can keep an enthusiastic person down.
God’s rich supply is all around you universally, as well as innately within you, as talents and abilities and ideas longing for expression.
This rich supply and substance must be contacted and used.
Your mind and heart is your connecting link with it.
Your attitudes, your mental concepts, beliefs, outlook and feelings are your connecting links with God’s rich substance and your access to it.
God can only do for you what He can do through you, by means of your thoughts, feelings and ideas which lead to your actions.
Thus, prosperous thinking opens the way to prosperous results.
“I STIR UP THE GIFTS OF GOD WITHIN ME AND AROUND ME,
AND I AM BLESSED ON EVERY HAND WITH HAPPINESS,
SUCCESS AND TRUE ACHIEVEMENT.”
The Mega Coach
Inside every person’s heart is love, goodness and kindness.
We are created in the image of God and God is unconditional love.
This is our true blessing and divine heritage.
It is time to acknowledge this.
This is what matters most, unconditional love.
Seeing good in each others, helping each other, giving to each other.
This is what our world truly needs now.
This is what we all need, kindness.
It is time for us to discover and understand why we are alive.
It is time for us to live following proper principles.
And the most important principle is to love God with all our heart.
This means to love each other, as we all are created by God and his glorious energy and love.
“Not to hurt our humble brethren is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough.
We have a higher mission – to be of service to them whenever they require it.”
St. Francis of Assisi
To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.
The Mega Coach