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Today’s Inspiration

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Today’s Inspiration

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THE ART OF NOW

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I AM two of the most powerful words, for what you put behind them determines your reality. The words “I am”, which you consistently use to define who you are and what you are capable of. Throughout life you have been through a conditioning process that has created a mind-set overflowing with I am nots. 

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Phenomenal Friday-Don’t Wait For Old Age To Appreciate Time

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“There comes a time when the world gets quiet and the only thing left is your own heart. So you’d better learn the sound of it. Otherwise, you’ll never understand what it’s saying.”
~Sarah Dessen,

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It’s The Climb!

If that isn’t inspiration to keep moving, I don’t know what is. Love the photo as well.

The Inked Scalpel

Try to recall an event where you actually succeeded in doing something the way you planned it, or you at least achieved what you planned to achieve. Well, I have, on many occasions and this is what I feel when I reach there. Little success stories on a small measure inspire me to dream bigger and chase the big mountains.

It feels peaceful when you’ve climbed the mountain and reached at the top. Being on the top of your worries, troubles and hurdles, overcoming them and sitting on the throne, feeling the chill of the dangers around, and blinded by the mist of the mighty, it is indeed very unique and awe-inspiring for someone from the plains.

But that’s never permanent. No matter how much you enjoy the view from the top, you simply cannot stay there. It’s not meant to be. You either come back down, or look to…

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Today’s Inspiration

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