Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Before we proceed to our next theme, you may want to visit the following topics that we've discussed before:
tips to get rid of stress
keys on how to have a happy life

Now, our new theme will revolves around the topic on "How To Succeed"
We are all born to succeed! All we have to do is to work hard to achieve it. Before we go to a much deeper explanation, let me just share you this poem written by Jane Perry entitled "Success"

Think of the days you have lost to defeat.
They are as dead leaves on a plant. Snip them.
The roots are alive awaiting the water
from your hand that new growth will emerge
for life must flow through you, not to you.

Remember when young how each day was adventure?
The sun never rose enough and why did it set?
Then one morning it rose too soon and set too late.
You were adult, "grown up", but in ways regressed.

Each morning should find you aglow with the chance
of testing of your courage and moving ahead
to that goal which may seem as far away as youth.
If sorrow and pain knock you down, know that
joy and pleasure are bought with these coins.

When tired and sure that life has bypassed you,
take another glance. It is then that wisdom,
sweetness of soul, and inward peace will be yours.

The tools for creating a masterpiece of life are here.
You are thhe artist. Success will depend on your faith.

And what should success look like?

Success is vivid, colored with bright hues.
brought about by the power of you to rule yourself.
When you want friendship, it is with you.
When you desire Love, it unwraps you
When you seek wealth, it enfolds you.

Your masterpiece has balance and design
brought about by your hand which has placed
all that you experience in proper proportion.
The focal point is clear, past worries do not appear.

Your masterpiece has feeling, a soul that radiates
and harmonizes with the exterior, greater self,
for it is that strength which moves other men.

That is Success. That is yours.
That is what you are about.


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