BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, October 3rd, 2011 by Lynn Grabhorn in EXCUSE ME, YOUR LIFE IS WAITING

“Dare to want. Dare to
dream new dreams. Dare to take your old dreams out of the closet and
dust them off. Give yourself permission to want; in fact, make yourself
want. Then pick a funky, nonessential little Want and start talking
about why you want the thing until you get the hang of clicking into
that turned-on feeling. Before you know it, you’ll be having physical
manifestations on your hands, and I’m here to tell you, when that
happens, it’s a screamer of the first degree.

Check out what you
like or don’t like about what you’ve got in your life right now. Then
get over the guilt of wanting and get that Want motor revved up, for
wanting brings the passion, passion brings joy, joy brings more wanting,
and now you’re creating on purpose. You are the inventor and the
partaker, all in one. (Never mind being the design engineer who has to
figure out how something will come together. That’s no longer your job)…

The
point is to get over the stigma of wanting, and do it. Dare to want
whatever in this whole wide world will give you pleasure, for wanting is
taking charge. Wanting is creating. Wanting—and manifesting those Wants
into reality—is fulfilling your reason for being. And therein lies the
true richness of Life.”

            Lynn Grabhorn, in “Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting”

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