Subject: What Kind of Holiday Will You Choose?

Welcome to Celebrating the Journey!
Monday, December 11, 2000
Issue #44


1. Which Kind of Holiday Will You Choose?

1. Which Kind of Holiday Will You Choose?

Sarah Ban Breathnach, in her marvelous book “Simple
Abundance,” says:

“You can consciously decide to be happy. loving, fulfilled,
generous, peaceful, contented, spiritual, joyous, calm,
festive, and emotionally connected to the important
people in your life for the holidays this year.

“Or you can, unconsciously, choose to be a wreck.”

Which do you choose?


Satisfaction is a choice, dissatisfaction, a habit.
Lori Giovannoni

All good men are happy when they choose to be their own
authors. Those who choose to have others edit their
pathways, must live on the edge of another man’s sword.”
Julie Arabi

Choose your friends carefully. Your enemies will choose
Yassir Arafat

Sometimes in politics one must duel with skunks, but no
one should be fool enough to allow the skunks to choose
the weapons.
Lester R(obert) Bittel

While we are free to choose our actions, we are not free to
choose the consequences of our actions.”
Stephen R. Covey

The last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude
in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own
Dr. Viktor E(mil) Frankl

When you choose not to decide — you still have made a
Neil Peart

Life offers two great gifts–time, and the ability to choose
how we spend it. Planning is a process of choosing among
those many options. If we do not choose to plan, then we
choose to have others plan for us.”
Richard I. Winword

It’s so hard when I have to, And so easy when I want to.
Sondra Anice Barnes

Other people’s opinion of you does not have to become
your reality.
Les Brown

What we call the secret of happiness is no more a secret
than our willingness to choose life.
Leo Buscaglia

Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have
to experience the world in the way they have been told to.
Alan Keightley

When a defining moment comes along, you can do one of
two things. Define the moment, or let the moment define
Tin Cup Movie
Give yourself the gift of a conscious holiday this week.

Namaste, Margo

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