Archive for December 2011

Change is difficult at first but we must work through this to reap the benefits of change. Here’s something I think of when going through positive changes in my life. Short term pain leads to long term pleasure. Short term pleasure leads to long term pain. This is overly simplified but is very helpful when breaking bad habits and developing new good habits. Pay it forward always works. Give now… get later. Investing in yourself and your health will pay great dividends. You deserve the Best of You! Make it happen! You can do it!

The problem with most advice is people try to give it in a binary way. It’s either this way or that way . Ok, sometimes they will put down several options and even number them as if those are the only options. There is no right or wrong way to run or do anything for that matter. There are ways. Once you start saying it is this or that only, you alienate yourself from any more expansive thinking. You’re stuck in a box and all you can do is keep shaking the box. Of course all that comes out of the box is the same two options you put in it. Right or wrong I am rethinking and advancing….

A person that is driven to do quality work will always receive his just rewards. Rather then advance within a system where topping out is still below his true potential. If ones superiors do not see or just steal from him without giving him his just rewards he will move on. He will always move on either way with or without them. Their loss, their lack of vision. He does not hold onto to his past accomplishments as anything more then leading him to more bigger future achievements. He loves the work, he loves the now, he is someone that if you are fortunate enough to employ you best hold onto him at any cost. He will always advance. He can take a company with him or leave them behind. If you don’t notice the best you do not deserve the best!

© 2011-2012 Louie J. Auslander

Why free will or fate?
Why closer or further from our path?
Why do we always think which such polarity?
In many ways this is because it’s the most rational reasoning for our minds.
I think our hearts know more then our minds. No polarity there.
There is all knowing.
There in the heart is the truth.
There in our heart is our connection to the divine.
In our heart there is no right or wrong, just knowing.
The cleaner and more pure we become the more knowing is availiable.
It’s not all at once though.
Courage and commitement to such purity of mind, body and soul will give you more and more glimpses into the knowledge of the divine.