I have this attitude toward life and then death that I would like to share with you…
Figure out what you’re here for and then go do it - and do it well. Take care of yourself so that you can do what you need to in order to fulfill your desires & commitment to creation. Tap into creation with prayer and meditation to get the answers. Use intuition and then fire up the power of intention to get the job done! Don’t quit! You can’t quit anyway! Life doesn’t end! Ever! Don’t kiss anyone’s ass but be compassionate when appropriate. When you get sick of doing one thing, find another thing to do and make the transition. Don’t get stuck! Don’t bitch about it for too long! Just make the change and do your best! Take breaks when you need to and then get back to your passions. Keep getting better and better. Learn more every day. Dig deep and find the answers. Write down a to do list and then pound out each task throughout your day. Mostly, be in the now but think about the past and future so that you can optimize your every action. When people challenge you, and they will, think about whether you are truly at fault or not. If you are, make a change. If not, blow them off instantly. Listen to great music throughout your day and don’t forget about art too. Listen to the signs. Understand that everything is a clue. Some are more obvious than others. Start to recognize the easier ones and work your way up. - When you can get a great sign from a vagrant on the street, then you know you’re really listening to creation!
Before you leave this world, give it all away!
As you get closer and closer to death, start becoming a philanthropist with everything you own. Give all your stuff to people and organizations that need and deserve it. Seek out the ones that will use your stuff and money the best. You can’t take anything with you anyway. Why let someone else divvy it up after you’re gone? Besides, it’s fun to give stuff away and you will gain major points with creation if you do! Why give it to family members unless they are the ones that truly need and deserve it? Give them a photo album! Also, when it comes to charitable organizations, use your head. Do the research! Don’t give money to charities that have CEOS making millions of dollars! www.CharityNavigator.com is a great site that rates all charities.
I hope you like my writing and do something with it.