”Millions long for immortality who do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon” (Susan Ertz). Develop reasons or motivating factors that truly make you feel alive, driving you to get out of bed each day. Get really good at something. Live wisely and make that dash count by choosing to make a difference with your one and only precious life. Remember the loving kindness from those that have gone before you. Let their love live on—in you.
“To be able to look back upon one’s life in satisfaction, is to live twice” (Kahlil Gibran). What a wonderful thing it is to live blissful memories and experiences over and over. Make it a habit to purposely celebrate every beautiful occasion and triumphant success as they manifest. Engineer experiences with family and friends by making them so special that everyone can reap even more blessings later on.
“God gave us our memories so that we might have roses in December” (Sir James Matthew Barrie). Think of a time when you went someplace, such as a carnival or ball game. Remember the scents, sights, sounds or shouts of excitement, tastes of delectable food, and feel of the seats or warm gripping hands that were held. We can consciously think of positive things and program our subconscious to accept them automatically, thus creating peak mental states to operate and live in. Smells are especially persuasive and easy to recall in our memory banks. These mental pictures or movies we create can act as an anchor to ground us back to a calm, cool, and collected state of mind when uncomfortable feelings or frustration arise.