Bigger. Better. Faster. Fewer Ulcers.
|Apr 13, 2004 6:00 am
||Sue - Relevance Helps Keep Things Upbeat
| Rebecca & Ken Aspinwall
I'm sorry about not being clear. The car was a mere illustration of something irrelevant.
Relevance is why I try to keep a short list of what I require of my associates. There's a whole lot of room in life to celebrate our differences. Unfortunately, way too many people were raised with the idea that somebody has to win and somebody has to lose.
I serve the God of all good things. I have a strong feeling that there is enough pie for everybody. So, I could never understand things like greed, scarcity and the refusal to see and embrace abundance.
Your ideas about being a safe person to be around are good. That's another thing hard for me to understand -- the people who seem to fear other people.
My first marriage ended in divorce and it took me years to get my head on straight again. Although I stayed a bit aloof from women, I don't ever remember lumping them all in one category. What I did do was to raise the bar on the kind of woman I wanted to attract and it worked out well in the long run. I attracted an outstanding woman and she is my life partner.
Talk about a short list. While I raised the bar in one respect, I still kept my list short. I still got a brunette and she has pretty brown eyes. Her talents are very wonderful and varied. lol
I'm not sure what kind of car an individual drives has to do with this. No matter where in life a person is, everyone can benefit from coaching in so many ways. Thanks for your thoughts.
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