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  Issue# 07 - Who's in Your Front Row? May 12, 2004  


Disclaimer! This is not mine. I did not write it; but I love it. Unfortunately, I can't give credit to who wrote it, because that information did not accompany the email I got. BUT... it's good stuff; so enjoy.
Kelvin
Life is a Theater...

Invite your audience carefully. Not everyone is healthy enough to have a front row seat in our lives. There are some people in your life that need to be loved from a Distance. It's amazing what you can accomplish when you let go of or at least minimize your time with draining, negative, incompatible, not going anywhere relationships or friendships.

Observe the relationships around you. Pay attention. Which ones lift and which ones lean? Which ones encourage and which ones discourage? Which ones are on a path of growth uphill and which ones are going downhill?

When you leave certain people do you feel better or do you feel worse? Which ones always have drama or don't really understand, know or appreciate you? The more you seek quality, respect, growth, peace of mind, love and truth around you....the easier it will become for you to decide who gets to sit in the front row and who should be moved to the balcony of your life.

Remember that the people we hang with will have an impact on both our lives and our income. And so we must be careful to choose the people we hang out with, as well as the information with which we feed our minds. We should not share our dreams with negative people, nor allow them to feed us with negative thoughts.

Who's in your front row?


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Until next time, have an AWESOME day!

Sincerely,



"Successful people do the things that unsuccessful people
are unwilling to do." (author unknown)

RESOLUTIONS for 2004:
1. Practicing what I preach.
2. Don't ever "settle for" . . . again.
3. We're gonna roar, in 2004 :-)

Kelvin ( http://www.ringold.net )