A New Beginning

Written by John Cali

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January 1 is a new beginning, certainly. But there’s nothing sacrosanct about that date. Every day is a new beginning. Would it not be easier for you to take your lives one day at a time instead of in those daunting one-year chunks?

You don’t know for sure what lies downrepparttar road one year from now. But you do have a better idea of what lies before you inrepparttar 122209 next 24 hours. Wouldn’t it just be easier to take it one step at a time? One day at a time?

New beginnings abound in your lives. January 1 is a new beginning. When you awake inrepparttar 122210 morning is a new beginning. When you go to sleep at night is a new beginning.

In fact, every moment is a new beginning. Every breath you take is a new beginning.

With each breath you are born again. With each breathrepparttar 122211 cells of your body are born again. What existed one breath ago no longer exists with your next new breath.

New beginnings abound with every breath you take. Live inrepparttar 122212 moment, knowing all your power lies in this present moment. All of it!

Make your lists of goals. But do it in a way that feels good and easy to you. This should not be an exercise in seeing how much misery you can create for yourselves.

New year’s resolutions are not usually a good exercise for most of you. And forrepparttar 122213 reasons we’ve already discussed.

Have your goals, certainly. But live them only inrepparttar 122214 present moment, allowing yourselves to simply flow withrepparttar 122215 energy of your life, withrepparttar 122216 life-giving energy your higher selves bring you with every breath you take.

New beginnings abound. Let your next breath be as important a new beginning to you as January 1.

Copyright © 2004 by Great Western Publishing

Since 1992, John Cali has been communicating with a spirit called Joseph. In one of his many physical lifetimes, this spirit was incarnated as the legendary Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe in what is now Oregon.

Email john@greatwesternpublishing.org Website www.greatwesternpublishing.org Free newsletter at chiefjoseph-on@mail-list.com Private readings with Chief Joseph at readings@greatwesternpublishing.org

The Theatre

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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I saw Cher on Forty-Second Street, I think Elizabeth Ashley offered me more than a drink So many memories and so much I learned They fanned deep fires and I was burned ‘Les Miserables’ on many stages The fourth time through I felt their rages About inequities and stupid laws ‘Chorus Line’ in London I saw no flaws.

Many truths in music and purveyed on stage Should be in schools, I have their same rage Elephant Man and Evita proud Appealing torepparttar stupid crowd The heart and mind enmeshed in soul I often felt as if ‘in foal’ Pregnant with something large – a horse? I felt it so often; it is ‘The Force’!

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