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Understanding life, your purpose, love

Understanding yourself is one of the keys to finding        happiness Dancing on our Disabilities Radio interviews *Click here to listen to Rhonda’s amazing Interview* Rhonda Sheryl Lipstein Understanding life, as well as our purpose is a mystery to many people as they travel through their time on earth.  As we grow from a child to an adult, we comprend the world and the enormous universe that it resides in.  It is at that point most of us begin to question what our lives are all about.  During difficult times we find ourselves questioning why are we here? Understanding the “why” remains strangely unclear to us.  Frequently, many of us feel discontent with our choices, our relationships, and ourselves.  This feeling discontent causes us to begin searching for the ever-elusive thing we call happiness.  Our eyes may be wide open and yet we are blind to the gifts that surround us. We fail to notice the wonders and opportunities that are always present.  We focus on what seems unfair in our life.  Believing that life should be fair is a misconception.  Life is what we make it regardless of what adversities we face. Many people are continually seeking ever-greater perfection, which creates restlessness within our spirit.  One might describe it as emptiness within.  When we discover that material wealth does not fulfill the emptiness we feel disappointment and disillusionment. What if I told you that you could begin understanding life, your purpose, and discover the love that you know you deserve?  True understanding comes from within and a deep appreciation for self.  We tend to criticize who...

Grim reaper and creative writing

Never Say Impossible Radio interviews Terry Palmer Click here to listen to Terry Palmers Interview We celebrate the birth of a new life as a society, however we fear death and the loss of life.  Could it be because we understand what it is to be alive and have only vague images of an afterlife?  With the advancement of science in the medical community we are all living longer and with a great deal of ailments that need management and medications.  In many ways, those of us who have been seriously ill have experienced an awakening and understand how fragile our mortality is.  It has been my experience that as we mature and understand that death is a certainty, we become less intimidated by the thought of the Grim Reaper.  In some circumstances, we may even welcome our own passing.  I believe in celebrating every day of life as if you will never see another sunrise.  Make the most of the here and now.  Fearing the Grim Reaper will only create stress because we do not have the power to control the time of our death. However,  a brush with the Grim Reaper can add energy to creativity.  This mystical image of the end of life known as the Grim Reaper often helps individuals who avoid  a brush with death develop a greater joy and appreciation for life.  This experience can heighten awareness and add fuel to all forms of creativity and enhance spiritual growth. Today on Never Say Impossible Radio an author visits us with a deep faith in God.  He had a close call with his own mortality...

Have you ever been close to death and lived to tell about it?

Have you ever been near death and lived to tell about it? Hopefully you have not. However, there are millions of people who have literally crossed over to the other side, only to find themselves back in their own body living to tell others about the experience and how it changed their life.  One  strange thing about those who have experienced this rare and unusual phenomena,  is that they all describe the experience in a similar and recognizable format. The near-death experience seems to unite those who have lived to tell about it. The near-death experience differs from an outer body experience. I personally have lived through an out of body episode during a devastating bout of polio and meningitis as a child. I rarely speak about it  because I am so grateful to be alive some 50 years later. I have been fortunate as the host of the Never Say Impossible Internet Radio Show to interview a diverse array of personalities. One such exciting person is Dan Rhema. Dan suffered a deadly bout of Dengue Fever while working in Mexico, which almost destroyed his body and brain.  Dan lived to tell of his bout with death and speaks openly and freely about the ordeal that changed his life forever.  When Dan came back, he was no longer the “old” Dan he or his family recognized. From this experience Dan wrote, “ I Close My Eyes to See”. Listen to Dan’s story.  Click the link below....

Are you still struggling to get what you deserve out of life?

Do you know what you really want to achieve in this lifetime? Very few of us start out at an early age on a mission to accomplish something that propels them towards success fueled by passion. The majority of us end up settling for mediocrity. By the time we figure out what we really want, half a lifetime has passed. Sometimes, we wake up one day having lived our life on automatic pilot. We go to work, come home, sleep, and do the whole thing over again the following day. However, do most of us feel satisfied? Some of us justify feeling that way because we put money before gratification. But what if you could have both? How great would that be? Imagine doing what you really want, loving it, and awakening each day filled with passion, energy and making lots of money? Ken West recently shared his story and details of his book on the Never Say impossible show. Ken’s book, “Get What You Want” is actually a wonderful way to focus on “what you really want”. It is a goal-setting workbook guaranteed to get you to start taking action and claiming what you deserve and desire in your life. Click below to listen to this wonderful speaker, trainer, workshop leader, and author. home mortgages...

Do you take everything for granted?

Don’t sweat the small stuff. Life is fleeting and if you spend a lot of time worrying, or complaining about the little annoyances that we face day in and day out, you’ll be wasting so much good time. We have ups and downs every day of our life. If you let the downs affect you, you’ll be unable to appreciate the ups. Let me give you a little example. My husband is tall and I am not. When he would drive my car he would move the position of my seat so that he would be comfortable. Of course, he would always neglect to put it back into the position that I am comfortable driving at. I used to let that annoy me to no end . When I was in a rush in the morning to leave the house, even though it takes less than a second or two to move the seat up, adjust the rearview mirror, and position the side view mirrors, I would grumble about it. I would tell him how it frustrated me and he had to try to remember to adjust the seat. Oh of course he never did. Thinking back on that, don’t you think that was petty and silly of me. I don’t think I realized I was taking for granted the fact that I could jump in my car and go anywhere until my driving became restricted during the three month healing after my cervical fusion. fast cash loans up to 2000 So much time is wasted complaining about little annoyances. If I would spend as much time thinking about...
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