Thursday, January 01, 2004

Another New Year! 

What are your choices for your life today and everyday?
Every moment is a microcosm of my whole life.
When life isn’t working, I can watch the last hour of how I spend my time, my energy and my resources and see where I am not living what I value.
I got up at 5AM, took my Mom to the airport after a full 2 week visit, came home and organized my clothes in drawers and closet, my bathroom, the laundry room and now my office and creative room. I have done three loads of wash and made many phone calls, handled correspondence and business. I will prepare homemade pizza (yes, even the crust from scratch) and watch the Rose Bowl while writing thank you notes. Robert and I will take a one hour walk, when not raining heavily. Some more business to be done, organize the kitchen for fun, and read into the evening.

I like life full, balanced, in harmony and order and feeling pleased with my activities at the end of the day.

Choose what really has value to you and you will follow through.

I choose again to give my blessing to each and every one I encounter.
I choose again to forgive where I have judged.
I choose again to treat myself as I want to be treated in thought, word and deed.
I choose again to respond with both my mind and my intuition.
I choose again to seek the spiritual truth within every worldly experience.
I affirm to slow down a little and enjoy the journey with a little more enthusiasm.
I choose again to greet everyone I meet with the joy and love I feel.
I choose again to give myself the very best.
I choose again to do what I say I am going to do when I want to do it with joy.
I choose again to create only goodness, wholeness and beauty in everything I do.
I re commit to a life that is totally healthy, happy and fulfilling.
I recommit to fully enjoy and appreciate my home, my family, my friends and my good work.

I love to make New Year’s resolutions …because they are my everyday affirmations with a new feeling and flavor.
I love being alive, awake and enthusiastic.
I love being with you and Spirit,
Betty Lue