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February 2, 2017
‘Self Help’ is a waste of time! Pfffff! The latter 20th century was the era of doing the ‘self help’ groups and reading the books. One or two words are sufficient to address all the help anyone needs. No one needs to read a book on etiquette to become a master of it. Great minds and people have been with us before history was written who had no ‘self help’ courses of any kind. However, given the prevalent, viral unconsciousness and unwillingness of most to improve, any form of self help certainly is an option even if is just a step to a more enlightening life for some.

Doing something to evolve the inner and outer being is a wise choice before a ‘rigor mortis’ like life and love sets in  freezing all growth. Just because upward physical growth stops in teenage years, doesn’t mean one needs to forget how to grow with the adult environment in a healthy positive way. THE REAL QUESTION IS not whether life exists after death, but the real question is whether you are alive before death. Being stagnate in inner growth is internal ‘rigor mortis’. 

Henry Ford said …”When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the  wind, not with it.” Only one thing in life is certain while you are alive, and that is change. Surely adapting to external changes is prudent as well as internal changes morphing into the best alternatives to cope and hopefully grow. There are simple words that when used experientially save reading self help books, attending groups that cost money, or other  money  gimmicks for the obvious. One simple word is be in awareness. Use sensitivity, common sense, and/or discernment always seeking the ‘best’ of options. When I went to New York out of college, I had no connection with dress of suits and ties. I soon connected with the word ‘best’, and best choice to present myself as if I were equal to those who were already successful in corporations and law firms. I’d buy standard suits, and yet find the best shirts and ties sold in Manhattan to look successful bound in my mid 20’s.

Focus on your inner silence. Note that listen and silent are spelled with the same letters. Think about that. Be watchful for the highest answers hidden in plain site. Be you! Don’t get caught up in thinking you are who you are not deep down where the perfect you dwells waiting for recognition. Be the archetype of godliness from your abilities and situation. Let go and make the commitment to find out who you really are.

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