Thursday, December 8, 2011

The Spoken Words of Spirit--December 9, 2011

One of the main tenets of success is to learn or educate yourself about as much as possible about the topic you are trying to conquer. Whether you want to excel in business, sports, relationships, spirituality or a myriad of other things, you need to find out as much as you can in order to be seen as a leader or the best at whatever it is. Why would you not want to put the effort into something you value? When you do, it serves only to enhance and bring the answers and results you desire.

What if your goal is wanting to increase your financial picture? To you, does that mean hard money only, or does your monetary situation improve if someone offers you new clothes, food, shelter, a vehicle or assorted other items? The bulk of society would zero in on the money and dismiss the rest. The “rest” is money. It has value. It will cost you if it was not given, thereby leaving you with less cash after you pay for it. In essence, you have passed on an opportunity to inflate your finances.

What we have tried to express to you is that there is value in everything. Let us turn that phrase inward. How much value do you place on yourself? Are you looking at your worth as an asset or a hindrance to the happiness you want for yourself? What about your value to other people? It is vital that everyone remembers that they are influencing someone else. Each person you meet in your life will have been given an impression of you, and it makes little difference if they remember it for a fleeting moment or a lifetime. Your words, attitude or simple gestures will have left an imprint. The key concern for them is if you left an impression to be one where they think you are making your best effort? If you are in deed sharing some form of education with them, then you must leave them knowing that in that moment you were at the top of your game. In other words, the only person who can dictate your level of expertise in love, manners, guidance, and encouragement is you.

Everyday is a new chance to make someone smile. Make sure that you are living in a way that has you looking in the mirror with self-respect and the thoughts that you did everything you could to improve on even the smallest of levels. Put aside the whining and complaining about what you do not have, and replace that with an air of appreciation for what things you have earned. The universe is always waiting to supply you, but you must stop assuming that you are being forsaken or ignored. By doing that, the “pathetic” angle of life resonates more clearly than the grace of success. Nobody wants you to feel that way. This is your day to turn it around; to turn your approach to one of consistent improvement. Read, talk, share and love the options available for you. They come with many blessings! These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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2 comments:

Mary said...

What we have tried to express to you is that there is value in everything. Let us turn that phrase inward. How much value do you place on yourself? Are you looking at your worth as an asset or a hindrance to the happiness you want for yourself?

Everyday is a new chance to make someone smile. Make sure that you are living in a way that has you looking in the mirror with self-respect and the thoughts that you did everything you could to improve on even the smallest of levels.

This was an intense message. It had me thinking.

Thank you always Jim our angel, for these wonderful mind expanding messages.

God Bless :-)**

Jim Fargiano said...

It's appreciated, Mary. Hope you have a great weekend.