"Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them at least don't hurt them"
Sometimes you win...Sometimes you learn.
What's meant to be for you will always find it's way to you have patience.
You don't have to have it all figure it out and move forward.
Never feel bad for putting yourself first and doing what is right for you.
"Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase."
"Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them at least don't hurt them."
The less you respond to drama, the more peaceful your life becomes.
Live in gratitude. When you are thankful for what you have, you are always rewarded with more.
Good friends are like stars. You don't always see them, but you know they're always there.
Sometime's Love <3 is tronger than a Man's conviction's.
Sometimes love is stronger than a man's convictions.
Today be grateful for the cozy little moments in life...
"Year's end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us,"
Happy New Year to all my family & friends. Goodbye 2016.... Don't let the door hit you in the ASS!
Thankful for all the people who made it to 2017 with me and realizing that some people are not meant to stay in your life forever. Some just pass by to teach you lessons you need to learn. praying that 2017 will be a good year filled with health, happiness & Love. What's meant to be will always find it's way. Sometimes it just needs some detours along the way. Always tell those you love what they mean to you because tomorrow is not promised to any of us. Happy 7 healthy New Year to all of us...bring on 2017.
May you have New hopes, aspirations, and resolutions for the coming year Happy New Year!
We will open the book. It's pages are Blank. we are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called opportunity and it's first chapter is New Years Day.
Learn from yesterday, Live for today, & hope for tomorrow... Welcoming a bright New year 2017...
Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend...:)
Feng Shui for a New Year
Attract positive energy to start the New Year right
The New Year marks a fresh start. Make the most of this auspicious time by implementing a few Feng Shui cures.
The beauty of Feng Shui is that it is quick, simple and effective. You may not be able to lose 10 pounds overnight, but you can get the scale moving in the right direction with just a few of these simple adjustments.
Clean up your act
Don't wait until spring to launch a massive cleaning effort. By cleaning your abode from top to bottom in preparation for the New Year, you'll wash away any negative energy. Be especially attentive to your kitchen, as this room governs your ability to cultivate good health and impressive wealth.
3 is a magic number
Feng shui experts view 3 as a magic number, as it embodies growth and creativity. Squaring the number 3 is even more auspicious. Therefore, if you want to experience a fabulously fortunate New Year, move 27 objects in your home. The objects could be as big as a sofa or as small as a cologne bottle. The important thing is to move 27 items with the intention of improving your luck.
Fill your wallet
Start the year right with a big, fat wallet. Get 27 crisp, new dollar bills from the bank and put them inside. This will set the trend for a prosperous New Year. Spice things up by sprinkling ground ginger on the outside and inside of your billfold. Ginger is a stimulant, and will attract new sources of income to you.
Sweeten the pot
Fill your sugar bowl and canisters to the brim with sweetener on New Year's Day. This will make it easier to enjoy all of the good fortune that will come your way in the months ahead.
Set the proper tone
The first words you say in the New Year will set the tone for next twelve months. Therefore, you should prepare a little speech to utter at the stroke of midnight. "Health, wealth and happiness for all" is a good choice, as is "Thank you for all the prosperity ahead."
Loud noises are thought to scare away malevolent influences. Therefore, be sure to make a big racket on New Year's Day, if only for a couple of seconds. Blast the stereo, bang some pots and pans or toot a toy horn. Your neighbors may grumble, but you'll be sitting pretty!
Orange you glad it's the New Year?
Because of their resemblance to the Sun, oranges represent prosperity. Put a bowl of 9 oranges on your kitchen table on January 1 as a means to summon all of that positive, life-giving energy.
Soak up negative energy
If you're getting over a troubled relationship or need to find a new job, sprinkle sea salt around the interior perimeter of your home. Let the salt stand overnight, and then vacuum it up the next day. Imagine yourself beginning a happier, healthier life as you vacuum. When you are finished, throw the vacuum bag into an outdoor garbage can.
Find a new job (and get a new bod)
People often put off job searches until after the New Year. If you'd like to get a head start on the competition, get rid of 27 objects you no longer use or need. You can donate these things to charity, throw them in the trash, or sell them for a profit -- it's up to you. The key is to make room in your home for new energy. There's an added bonus to getting rid of stuff: weight loss! When you get rid of dead weight in your home, it starts falling off your body, too.
Find a new love
If you're in the market for love, you can find it in the coming year by absorbing more western energy. Make it a habit to pause and watch the sunset at least three times a week. By maintaining a positive attitude and a hopeful heart, you could be planning your wedding at this time next year!
I don't know how my story will end, but nowhere in my text will it ever read....."I GAVE UP".
People with good intentions make promises, but people with good character keep them!
"Wehn you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for the food and the joy of living. if you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself."