Wednesday, February 11, 2009

7 Ideas That Drive Me

1.  We live in a benevolent universe designed in such a way that anyone who wants to can succeed regardless of perceived conditions.

2.  The greater the obstacle, the greater the joy of overcoming - and therefore; there is joy inherent in obstacles.

3.  Everything that happens in our life is designed to purify our soul - every event carries with it the seed of opportunity but we must accept each new challenge and become greater than we were before the event. 

4.  Continuous, sustained happiness and joy is possible once one, two and three is fully internalized. 

5.  Happiness and joy can be broken down into several finer gradations of emotion which currently have no words to adequately express.

6.  Every person on the planet is capable of achieving greatness - if they learn to endure their fear and refuse to act on it.

7.  We live in an abundant universe which has more than enough resources to provide every person on the planet with enough of anything a person could imagine would make them 'happy' - but they only 'need' one, two and three for that. 


At February 12, 2009 at 5:06 AM , OpenID 100musicalfootsteps said...

agree with all these points; very elegantly expressed.

especially the points about abundance; there is no scarcity - there is only scarcity in thinking. For those that are willing to commit to a life of joy and trust, the bounties of the universe will come flooding in.

An open heart is a receptacle.

think joy, and the cosmos comes to your aid :-)


At February 13, 2009 at 7:02 AM , Blogger Verve said...

rg, i agree with a lot of your driving ideology, however i think the abatement of fear and the presence of opportunity must somehow share the score.

At February 16, 2009 at 8:59 PM , Blogger Mrs. Fibonacci said...

Rob, I particularly like #6. I particularly like your choice of the word "endure" concerning fear. That's more like what happens a lot--not overcoming fear, but being able to endure it and proceed anyway. Fear has a way of fading away and eventually transforming into "experiences I have had." m

At February 18, 2009 at 2:46 AM , Blogger Robert Girandola said...

Thank you Mrs. Fibonacci - you are a great inspiration to me :)

At February 21, 2009 at 6:09 PM , Blogger Mrs. Fibonacci said...

Rob, I knew that same sweet dandelion...m


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