Share that which you know to be most important. Seize opportunities to pass on knowledge. Enable others to find and utilize their own gifts.
If you can get eggs, red roses, or doughnuts by the dozen . . . why not get something as uplifting as inspiration imparted that way? Here are my 12 thoughts on living life fully:
- It costs nothing to give a compliment or a smile to a friend or even a stranger. Indulge in these acts often. Never have I felt that a kind word was wasted; however, a negative thought or utterance can carry on indefinitely.
- Forgiveness is a difficult thing to embrace and yet there is great strength in surrendering to it. Uncomfortable and wrong things will happen in your life. By forgiving the person or the injustice that occurred, you can lessen the effect of the hurt that has been imposed on you.
- Mentoring and teaching others can be reciprocal; it is amazing how much you can learn from those you guide. The greatest leaders and teachers empower others. Listen to those you lead because they may have invaluable insights to impart.
- Parenting is a beautiful gift. Unwrap it as often as you can and delight in the minutes, hours, days, and years. Remember that you, your children (if you have them), and others you love are the youngest you will ever be . . . ever again . . . today! Enjoy your “youth” and theirs by engaging fully in the important moments….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.
Dr. Shellie is an Associate Professor at Robert Morris University, an inspirational speaker, and the author of five books.
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