Mark J. said that this is the week that we will either quit or give the Master Keys process 100% of our effort. I don’t know about you, but I don’t plan to quit. The daily list of things to do is long, but every day, I plan to do things to the best of my ability.
I plan to do it because I want to change, improve and grow. I want to replace the old blueprint with a new one. I want to develop new habits. I want to grow rich.
Ralph Marston of Corcoran Coaching, [http://www.corcorancoaching.com/] recently wrote an article in which he said:
“The richness in your life is determined not by how much you have. It comes from how much you treasure and appreciate what you have.
Living richly is not necessarily a matter of living extravagantly. Living richly is living with purpose, with meaning, and with authentic joy in every moment.
You don’t need a certain set of circumstances to enjoy a life of richness. What it takes is a profound sense of gratitude for the life you have.
On this very day, in this very moment, you can live as richly as anyone. You can give great meaning and fulfillment to this moment by simply appreciating the fact that you’re in it.
Life’s endless goodness and richness surround you even now. Open your awareness to the positive possibilities and choose to live them.
Be truly rich, not by virtue of what you have, but by how much genuine meaning you give to each moment. Be truly rich, and let life’s goodness freely and unceasingly flow through all you do.”
I want to live a rich, full life. I am certainly grateful for what I have and I purpose in my heart to have more, to be more and to do more. To that end, I promise to stay loyal to the exercises, and I always keep my promises.
Patsy Clarke Peters