DJ Droood wrote:Do you visualize a pension plan and dental benefits with this job, Merlyn?
Spit out coffee laughing on this one. Being older, I would definitely include dental/pension/senior care
But then there is a magical aspect to it also. When I was looking to move away from the city and wanted a completely different lifestyle, she had me make a map. One of the photographs we chose was a one room white church in the middle of a field. There was something special about the "vibration" coming off the picture. When I did decide where I was going to live we drove past that church. It was the church, not one that looked like it. 1/2 a country away.
Too often we are stuck between the lofty ideas of the Air Dragon and the Emotionally charged stress of the Water Dragon and fail to move ahead.
Merlyn wrote:We can decide what we want to do, and then do it. the balance and our direction is up to us.
Merlyn wrote:It has been a good subject with lots of good ideas from everyone, I agree.
It has made me think about things I might have not, and more.
echoe wrote:Somehow I feel it's unrealistic to sit back on the haunches and visualise an employer coming and knocking on your door, and a lottery (without purchasing the ticket) being awarded to you. Somewhere in the visualisation there must be action, no?
echoe wrote:I've achieved a hell of a lot in my life, that many people would not achieve, against all odds and against all scientific observation (that's for Drood. <grin>) But In no way did I just sit on my rear and let it come to me. I had to work for it. I had to determine whether or not it was important to me to achieve and I had to really want it, because any time I faltered, I found that I must not really want it or I'd see it through.
echoe wrote:(geez, I'm having a hard day, my z's and s's are mixing up again, kind of like my frenglish.)
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