To set my mind to do something and never give up until I have reached my goal and achieved what I set out to do. That makes me feel great and proud that nothing had stopped me from achieving.
Though I have always set my sights on accomplishment and achievement, I have recently learned that, for me, neither is really necessary. What I have found significantly more fulfilling in my life is a focus on listening for the calls for help that resonate with my heart. When I am conscious and able to answer these calls, I fulfill my purpose without artificially interfering with the gift of another. In this way the paradox of life is completed. All is achieved without effort for when you do what you love it is rarely considered work.
Getting to this viewpoint is my greatest accomplishment and I did little to get here except to surrender the labels of the past I so tightly held onto.
Peace be with you!
when I've finished something and know that I've done the absolute best that I could possibly do.
This is a easy one! My Family! We have 8 wonderful kids and 4 darling grandsons! When we all get together there is nothing else like it.
Here is my hierarchy of success and accomplishment:
2nd my Wife
3rd our Family
4th our Church
5th our Community
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