Come Clean in 2019

Make this your new mantra: Come Clean in 2019

Say it again: come clean in 2019

Right now today and every day from now on and into 2019—come clean.  Be honest about your dreams, tell the truth about what’s in your heart, expose how you are really doing (maybe for the first time ever), and share your challenges and success.

Have no fear, 2019 is your year to make changes in your life and thus in the world.  It may feel daunting at first to accept responsibility for self-change and then think about how this change , however minute, affects the world.  Accept that change is both a challenge and a bounty that you desire and deserve.

Read books and articles related to change and self growth. Here are some resources to help you come clean in 2019:

Read:

Climb Every Obstacle; Eliminate Your Limits! www.climbeveryobstacle.com

The AbundanceBook www.quartus.org

The Secretwww.thesecret.tv

  • Mediate
  • Write it down

Write It Down Make it Happen: Knowing What You Want and Getting It  (HenrietteAnne Klauser, Ph.D.)

  • Make a Goal List

Goal Setting www.mindtools.com

Begin, the time and date to begin is now.  You have the sufficiency to come clean right now and make 2019 your best year ever. Remove obstacles, meditate, narrate, visualize, customize, stylize, stabilize, affirm, enjoy, live your best self now.

Repeat your new mantra:  I will come clean in 2019©




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Reward Yourself

“There is no reward equal to that of doing the most good to the most people in the most need.”  ~Evangeline Booth (1919)

Eva Cory Booth was born in London where she was home-schooled, grew up doing the work of the Salvation Army. As a teen, she was known as the “White Angel of the Slums.” After moving to America, she changed her first name to Evangeline.

At age 23, she was placed in charge of the Salvation Army’s International Training College in Clapton and put in command of all Salvation Army forces in London. She became the Salvation Army’s principal advocate and fund-raiser. Her valiant leadership was recognized by its Board to announce in 1934 that she was the selected as the 4th World Commander of the Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army, in the United States and worldwide, became first responders to women and families in need. Crises, such as calamities requiring the mobility of mass services, activated prompt response. Families burned out by a fire, homelessness, battered women shelters, weather disasters activate even today the response of the Salvation Army.

During this season of giving, give and reward yourself by doing the most good that you can. The world needs you.


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Just Know

“To know what has come before is to be armed against despair.” ~Jon Meacham

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1000 Reasons To Be Grateful

Gratitude scored times one million to infinity. Gratitude-true gratefulness-can never be exhausted.

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I am starting a gratitude list to help me remember this prayer: “Dear God, may we always be grateful.” I believe that gratitude is the key to serenity.

Truly gratitude is a transformer in our lives. The more I cultivate it, the more joy and serenity I find in my life. Please feel free to add to this list in the comment section…or start your own gratitude list.

1. fresh breezes smelling of loamy ground after a gentle rain
2. little girl giggles that remind me to smile
3. sweet smell of puppies
4. ants marching in a row carrying leaves above their heads
5. raindrops that wash away tears
6. lilacs in the wind
7. friends who make me laugh
8. sweet potato pie with a hint of lemon
9. old men with hairy ears
10. red berries hidden beneath shiny green leaves
11. sweet memories of days gone…

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Cherish the Environment

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“Treat the world well…It was not given to you by your parents…It was lent to you by your children.”  ~Kenyan proverb

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In memory of Medgar Evers &Myrlie living Black History — Be a Seed for Change

About Medgar and Myrlie Medgar and Myrlie Evers are widely regarded as two of the greatest leaders of the civil rights movement. Medgar Evers was a pioneering visionary for civil rights in the 1950s and early 1960s in Mississippi. From the beginning, Myrlie Evers worked alongside her husband, Medgar. In the years following his assassination, […]

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Rapid is the Word

Rapid, hurry on down the road.

Make your goals known, rapid is the word.

Get the job done, whatever your mode.

Rapid is the word, haven’t you heard.

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