Author, Judy Howard’s mailing address is Sun City, California, but you will rarely find her there. Instead, you might find the top ranking Amazon author strapped in at the race track ready to check out the Mario Andretti Racing Experience or cruising down Route 66.
Of one thing, you can be sure she is living up to a quote by Henry Thoreau, Howard questions, “How vain is it to sit down and write, when you have not stood up to live?”
Do you want goodness and good times? Do you want to make the world a better place, to make a difference?
What can one person do, you ask?
There is so
much to do.
I came across a quote the other day that made me smile. “A raindrop never admits its responsibility for
Traveling this country I have discovered the world is not as
bad as it is painted to be.
Everyone ….yes, EVERYONE! …wants goodness and good times.
Everyone is beating down the
paths to their places of worship because
we long for peace and good will.
“What the mind perceives, it will achieve.”
I believe this to be true. We are all proclaiming
our good intentions and desires for a better world. So, what are we doing
I am offering you my simple
A simple idea yet so difficult to achieve. Because
the very concept and lifestyle in which we profess that we long for … that utopia of peace and good will which we are frightened will not come about …
can not manifest, because we don’t have our eyes on the prize,
which is goodness and love. We do not have faith. We do not believe. Which is
it? Do we believe in evil or goodness? I believe we can’t have it both ways.
That is my challenge.
Believe there is only good.
For one week, only see the good. Erase all “Yeah buts … from your thoughts. If you do this, not only will your life
change, but also so will your world. GUARANTEED!
Good or evil?
Which will you choose to
If the marathon runner sees the race as too long, too steep,
or too many obstacles he will not finish he has lost the faith that he can
finish let alone win.
You marry someone not to make your life better, but because
you want to make your partner’s life
better. If you marry for the former
reason, your marriage will fail.
Focus on those
relationships with what the Dali Lama calls, Sacred Friends
“In life we have
friends and then we have sacred friends. Friends are easy to love and easy to
forgive. Sacred friends are very hard to love.”
Tell me what you think. If you meet my challenge I want to hear from you!
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