DWD: “It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” ~ Aristotle Onassis

Thought of the day – How to Start Over When Your Life Feels Shattered
When you’re down and life seems like it’s giving you a kick in the gut, please remember these four things:

Everything happens for a reason. Nothing has meaning besides the meaning you choose to give it. It’s up to you to make each incident empowering or disempowering. And it’s up to you to find the lesson in everything. For instance, if I didn’t step down from my management position at the club, I would not be where I am with my business today. Living my dream.

Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.You don’t have to suffer. It’s definitely a choice. Nothing lasts forever, including the pain you are in. So, experience it. Live in that moment. But then get out of the story you’re starting to create. There does not need to be any mental drama around it (i.e. “I will never find a job again.”)

As one of my mentors, Marie Forleo, says, “Make ISness your business.” Live in the current moment and know that’s the only moment you need to handle. Give it your full attention. It’s your reality. And when that moment is over, move to the next moment. Are you still breathing? Of course you are. Then, fabulous, you’ve just handled that moment. Are you ready for the next one that will bring you one step closer to engaging in your life again?

Take one day at a time. I know it sounds like a cliché, but it’s TRUE! Eat nourishing food. Exercise. Spend time with your friends. Do what has to be done TODAY—not tomorrow, not next week. I promise you that if you live one day at a time, you will secretly find yourself moving on!

Funny English

Source: http://www.grammar.net

Brain teaser of the day
No teaser today! Will post one in the next.
Answers for the last riddle is:
It takes 3 hours for the friends to meet; so the pigeon flies for 3 hours at 18 MPH = 54 miles.
Have a great day!


DWD: “It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” ~ Aristotle Onassis

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