Fearing the LightWritten by Debbie O'Meara
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It assumes that their expectations of you matter to what you do. Whoís in charge here? Who is determining what you do? Many of us have leftover roles to play from our growing-up years. We were boss, or perfect one, or peacemaker, or scapegoat, and we carry those roles into our adult lives. But why should we? If role is serving you, so much better. If itís not, itís now your own choice whether or not to play it.
It assumes that your greatness is temporary. Hereís biggest one. You were never created to be mediocre. You were only ever meant to be great. The universe has just been waiting for you to discover that. So, if it was always yours, why would you lose it? The fact is, you canít. Youíre stuck with it. Youíre stuck with your power. Youíre stuck with your light.
So what are you waiting for? What are you afraid of? There might be a lot of things. But donít let your own success be one of them.
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In Search For WealthWritten by Nasri Bale
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My pursuit for financial success still eluded me; I have tried nearly everything to be rich. I have tried most of them and still going through process. It did not occur to me until recently that efforts I put in raising my children had produced its rewards. My kids are well adjusted, they are healthy. Justin is going to be a dad at age of 25, when he was born when I was 20. Jasmin, eldest daughter is a school teacher. Ashley, my number two son has just settle into an apprenticeship as a panel beater. Sharee, who had just turned eighteen, is a free spirit. She has a job but no ambition, nothing seems to faze her and I worry about her a bit. The other three children, Alysha, sixteen, Crystal, fourteen and Jordan who is our baby boy will turn twelve in September.
I now look at success with different eyes, I might not be rich when it comes to money but I am very rich and very successful and I am going to be a granddad. Hoo! Hoo! Life is wonderful.
Nasri Bale, novice writer and father of seven children would like to share his life experiences he has had with his kids. He hopes that the articles will touch and inspire, also to let other dads know that they are not alone. You can contact me at, firstname.lastname@example.org