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Turn Your Kaleidoscope!

Tomorrow really is the first day of the rest of your life. It is a day that will be as open to opportunities and as resilient as you are – no more no less. When you think about it there will never be another day just like it. Relish in both the big and small things of tomorrow and they will give you greater strength and confidence as you create memories to last a lifetime. Waste the day thinking about the ‘whys’ and ‘if onlys’ and it will be gone forever. Just another day marked off the calendar of your life.

Many of the issues that affect the way we look at our lives began so early – even before we had the verbal skills to understand them – that we may just think it is natural to look at life from a perspective of fear, dissatisfaction, or lack. As we experience further trials and tribulations our life challenges begin to weigh us down and we may start believing that life is unfair, unjust or simply a burden to get through. Look at the faces of those you come in contact with and you will clearly see their perspective on life. Look in the mirror and you will know what you are telling others about your perspective on life.

If you think of your life as the pieces of glass inside a kaleidoscope, you simply need to turn the cylinder, ever so slightly, to let in more light energy. To see more colors in the spectrum. Positive thought and intentions are the light, the reflectors of your tomorrows.

All of us have lived through times in our lives that have stopped us in our tracks. Death, divorce, separation, basically any kind of loss can cause us to become fearful or anxious about what might – the operative word here is MIGHT- happen tomorrow. In reality, however, we all get our share of challenges and hurts. The test in life is how we allow those things to color our tomorrows. Are you ready to turn the kaleidoscope and put your past hurts behind you and see a more positive tomorrow?

Once you consciously choose to turn the kaleidoscope, slightly, allowing you to see the vibrant colors of possibilities and abundance, the Universe will deliver – of that I am sure. The choice is always up to you. Will you decide to simply get through another day or will you give it all you’ve got for the tomorrow that will only come around once in your life? As we know, the choice is always up to us.

Have a great few days!

Comments on: "Turn Your Kaleidoscope!" (3)

  1. Anonymous said:

    Good post Mary.

    Brian

  2. I helped my 5 year old dteghaur choose this camera to buy with money she’d received at Christmas. I was concerned that she’d be disappointed, because she uses our Canon Powershot a lot with a big bright screen, video, etc. I told her all the ways this camera would be different from the family camera, but she still decided she wanted it. And she LOVES the camera. She’s been sleeping with it at night and is (almost) speechless with how much she enjoys it. Now, this infatuation will wear off soon enough, but measured against other toys and gifts, this camera is a major success. The pictures are fine it’s not going to replace our other camera, but it was almost a tenth the price. The games are a nice addition. It has a very sturdy feel to it. It’s a fine product. My dteghaur and I recommend it.

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