Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 Focus: I open myself to the potential of the moment.

Treat time as a resource – don’t waste it feeling sorry for yourself. Each moment of time approaches us with infinite possibility, summoning us to compassion, understanding and well-being. Can you – will you – open yourself to the potential of the moment?

Time, after all, is the only resource you have to expend against adversity. (Even if you throw money at a problem, for instance, all you’re really doing is buying yourself time saved by having others tackle whatever it is that’s troubling you.)

I implore you not to miss the show that time is putting on for you. Don’t let problems pollute your every twenty-four hour cup of life. To trot out the cliché, money can’t buy happiness may seem trite, but the fact remains that there really are only three things you can do with money: spend it, give it away, or pay taxes.

Excerpted from the article:
Never Enough Time? Each Moment Brings Infinite Possibility
Written by Al Weatherhead.

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The Power of Adversity: Tough Times Can Make You Stronger, Wiser, and Better
by Al Weatherhead with Fred Feldman.

With insight and compassion, Al Weatherhead helps us understand that the question we must ask ourselves when bowled over by life’s troubles is not “Why me?” but instead, “Why not me?” In the process, this pragmatic and profound book reveals the secret to achieving a greater understanding and mastery of life by harnessing the Power of Adversity.

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