What if everything came up roses?

Lemon YellowWhat if a guru came down from the lonely mountain and discovered a beautiful world full of possibility, promise and the milk and honey of human kindness? What if, also, he realized that referring to himself as “guru” doesn’t necessarily make it so?

Yes, today is the first day of the rest of your life … so make it a good one.

Today is a good day. I’ve got the warmth of the loving sun on my face and the fresh air in my lungs. And my feet ready to take me anywhere I want to be. How lucky is that?

What if you already possess everything you ever required to be the happiest you’ve ever been? What if it was locked inside of you and all you had to do was let it out? And what if nothing was easier, if only you knew the way?

So what if life throws a lemon at you every now and again? That’s just to keep you on your toes. It helps to prevent boredom from setting in. But, don’t just make lemonade. Make it a fun adventure. Throw in some creme fraiche and some escargot and do it up Top Chef style. Turn any everyday fruit beverage into an amuse bouche. Inject your own style and personality and make it yours. And then drink deeply of the rich adventure of life. That’s the most precious gift of all.

Rosebud from rose from neighborEvery morning, for something different than the same o’ same o’, wake up, roll out of bed, leap to your feet and scream at the rest of the world, “I am here! I have survived to live another day! And this day will be mine!”

Life isn’t meant to be easy. Nothing good comes easy. You have to want it, grapple with it, subdue it and make it yours.

Remember the wise words of Captain James Tiberius Kirk:

“Maybe we weren’t meant for paradise. Maybe we were meant to fight our way through – struggle, claw our way up, scratch for every inch of the way. Maybe we can’t stroll to the music of lutes. We must march to the sound of drums.”

Aye, Captain. We will make it so!

I feel so different … so alive. Yes, the power of change is coursing through my veins. Today I feel like spreading motivational positivity.

Yes, something has happened to me. Today I feel different.

There’s a stranger in my mirror
Who don’t know how to behave
He keeps grinnin’ ’bout you
And whistlin’ tunes
While he ought to be watchin’ me shave

We move alike and we look the same
But I swear we’ve got totally different brains
And the love we’re in with you just makes it clearer
He used to be my twin
Now there’s a stranger in my mirror

So who’s with me? Who else believes that thoughts are things, and if only you believe, then your wildest dreams will come true and come to you? All you have to do is believe.

Today I’m going out, I’m going to take on the day, and I’m going to do my part to make the world a better place.

Be the best you you can be and your well of abundance will spill over and quench the thirst of those around you. Lead by example!

1 hour North StarJust do it. Make it happen. Be the change you want to see in the world. You are an army of one.

There is no “I” in team! Give it your all, give it your one-hundred and ten percent.

Step up to the plate.

Think outside of the box.

Now I have to go. I can’t wait to get to work. I’m like a kid on Christmas morning who can’t wait to open his presents. Come on, time, move. I’m getting impatient to live this day!

If you need me, just look up. You’ll find me at the second star to the right and straight on till morning.

4 responses

  1. I read this in anticipation of the punchline, bracing myself for it even. And then I started to think, “Well, maybe there is some healing power to sunshine. He sounds like he’s in L.O.V.E.! Yay, him!”

    And then I started to worry that somehow it was Freaky Friday and our personalities have switched because I’ve been reading my daily motivationals from The Universe (“Thoughts become things, Hippie. Make ’em good ones.”), thinking unkind things about the naivete of The (stupid) Universe.

    And then I read the tags on your post.

    Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, and happy April Fool’s Day, my friend.

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    1. How can you put a punchline on the miracle of life?

      See, I even got that “thoughts are things” in there. Trust me, I know what I’d doing!

      As for the rest of your comment, I merely find it confusing. I’m sure I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.

      Happy Miracle Friday!

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  2. I see through your BS!

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    1. Whatchoo talkin’ bout, Willis?

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