Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Beneath one's feet.













We have to really see that change is something that we either are in drastic

need of, need or essential before we can accept it.

One thing I have learned over the years is that change is never easy.

But maybe it's also because we have somehow come to see whatever

it is we need to improve on as too much to ask.

Maybe we've grown too comfortable.

Maybe it is something that though we've thought about, and have come realize

is important but we somehow just aren't willing to do.

For example, I believe that everyone deserves to be happy.

I also believe that with that come important decisions about what we really want.

Quite often there are two reasons why we don’t get what we want.

One is because we have yet to decide what it is we want.

Secondly some of us don't believe we deserve it.

Today I need you to take the first step.

You've heard the old famous Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu's saying,

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step?"

Years later I read that more correct translation from the original Chinese

Mandarin language was, "The journey of a thousand miles begins

beneath one's feet."

So rather than our focusing on taking the first step, what Lao-tzu was really

saying was that action must be something, that arises naturally from stillness.

So that even the longest journey, or the long road ahead must begin right

there where you currently are standing.

So today, quit worrying about the road ahead.

Your first step to get where you want to go or be in this life is to know

what it is you want.

How can you even begin to know what it is you want in life if you haven't

taken the time to visualize it.

I believe that we all have the power within to manifest our lives.

But before we can achieve our dreams in life, we have to take the time

to discover them.

Stop and begin thinking and planning and seeing what it is you want.

You need to a set and work towards achieving your goals. 

How bad do you want it?

Make it a great día!