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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/9

11.09.14 Posted in Blog Updates by

November 9

Brave Intent

The most important things are the hardest to say, because words diminish them

 The right to dictate what other people should perceive, create or produce is outside of our control ,

 but we should  encouraged people to reveal themselves, their perceptions and emotions, and to build confidence in their creative spirit.

We have to find channels to take our thought, the good, the bad to the river. 

Whisper in my head…

When all the doors keep slamming in my head…walk out the front one…

bono



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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/8

11.08.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

November 8

Brave Intent

If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.
You never know what’s around the corner. It could be everything. Or it could be nothing.

You keep putting one foot in front of the other and head towards the peak, and then one day you look back and you’ve climbed a mountain.

Whisper in my head…

All things forward, when I stop I roll back…

 

bowie



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Brave Intent 14/11/7

11.07.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

November 7

Loyalty , would I follow my close friends and jump off a bridge. No, I would be down below trying to catch them already.

I take things like honour and loyalty seriously.

It’s more important to me than any materialistic object  I could be given or fame that may occur.

To be loyal to,  or for someone to be loyal to you is rare and should be treated like a gift from God. 

 

Whisper in my head….

You do it to them and you do it to me….image1



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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/06

11.06.14 Posted in Blog Updates by

November 6

Optimism is the foundation of courage.

Believe a Positive Attitude is a Choice

I used to blame my negativity on everything but me—fate, experiences, relationships—but never really stopped to think that I could choose to be positive.

Teaching myself that positivity is a choice has been one of the best decisions I have ever made.

 I came to realize that everything happens how it happens, and it’s my choice on how I want to feel about it.

I am in control of my attitude/gratitude, and that can’t be taken from away from me.

Whisper in my head ..

I can only change my mind..though sometimes I can’t even 8944_2change my drawers:) 



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Brave Intent Of The Day 14/11/5

11.05.14 Posted in Book Excerpts by

Brave Intent

Kind words echo through time – Mother Theresa

Think about when someone you know or respect says something encouraging, complimentary or praising. It gives you instant energy, stiffens your spine and the best of all things, gives you Hope.

 

Bruce

One minute manager. Praise , Correct, Praise.

Works with the puppy and certainly me .

Whisper in my head …..

Words are fuel…fill me up…



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