Have I told you lately, that I love you? I would sing that song to you, but Rev Staci and Rev Cheryl think I should leave the singing to Patty Powers! LOL!!
That being said, I just want you to know I love each of you so very much! You are amazing, courageous, loving, brilliant lights in the Universe! Thank you for who you are and for being a part of my life! It was such a privilege, honor and joy to speak this last Sunday and to talk about one of the world’s greatest positive thinkers – Muhammad Ali! For many of us, we never knew about the finer details of his life, his conversion to Islam, the changing of his name, his unquestionable belief in the power of thought, his worldwide service to humankind, and finally, the greatest fight of his life – his battle with Parkinson’s disease. In addition, it has been said that, at one time, he was one of the most well-known human beings in the entire world!
As a result of examining this great man’s life, it has encouraged me to look at my own life. To take a really serious look at what is working and what is not working. And as I do so, Mr. Ali has reminded me of some very important things:
- He reminded me that it is done unto me as I think and speak.
- He reminded me that I do not attract what I want. Rather, I attract what I am.
- He reminded me that I cannot be something in life, until I am already it in Mind.
- He reminded me that I cannot have something in life, until I already ‘have it’ in Mind.
- And finally, he reminded me that if I am not courageous enough to take risks, I will never accomplish great things in life!
So, today, I am committing myself to being clear about what I claim my life to be, what is in it, what is happening in it, and what it is filled with. Furthermore, I am recommitting myself to be continually thinking and speaking in the direction of my dreams. And last, but not least, I am stepping into courage and taking the risks I need to support my desires!
I would love it if you would join me in ‘recommitting’ yourself to you and your dreams!
And as a great person use to say to me, “I can hardly wait to see how this turns out!”
Love, love, love,