It’s better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one, than to have an opportunity and not be prepared. Unknown
We all know how our story on this earth ends. Can this be one of our happiest, most creative, harmonious decades that lay before us?
What would it take to heal the breaches, heal the hurts, wounds, and make this the most loving decade of our lives? Is this the decade we discover our creative voice? Is this the decade we make our biggest contributions to the world? Is this the decade we encourage, help, mentor, or volunteer?
Is this the decade we get our finances in order and live in peace and plenty? Is this the decade we get our health concerns addressed, change our way of eating, get more exercise, and change our attitude to gratitude?
Is this the decade our family grows, we become parents, grandparents, or great grandparents? Is this the decade we meet one of the great loves of our life? We often use this expression for romantic relationships but I think we have more great loves in our life than just romantic relationships.
Some of our great loves haven’t been human. If you’ve never had a dog, horse or other pet, you’ve missed out; maybe this is your decade to experience something new.
The world with all there is to see beckons. I met my cousin and her husband last year at Niagara Falls, one of the places she had on her list to see and experience. Is this a decade of globetrotting?
Is this the decade you finally get to read the books you’ve always wanted to read? Do you long to ponder the big questions? Is this the decade to paint, quilt, write, sing, play a musical instrument, become a comedian, put your big idea out into the world, start a company, take up public speaking, dance, learn, or make something new?
If we have no enemy inside us, the enemy outside us can do us no harm. African Proverb
Ten years will fly by as fast or faster than the last ten. What will we do with it? When we look back in ten years will we say wow, we fit a lot in, or will we be thinking of what we wished we would have, could have, or should have done?
What do we want to achieve?
Do we want to be the best person we can be?
The best wife or husband we can be?
The best mother, father, grandmother, or grandfather we can be?
Do we want to encourage as many people as we can?
Is it our goal to be the change we want to see in the world?
Can we make a difference?
What do we have the world needs more of?
Who can we help, encourage, support, and mentor?
What kind of legacy do we want to leave?
What do we want to be said about us when we are no longer here?
What do we want to accomplish in ten years?
Use our energy to get on with life. Our past achievements don’t reflect our future potential. Unknown
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