When you "beat the odds" do you embrace it, or do you analyze, question and doubt? Do you find yourself saying, "Yeah, but..." - what I call the 'Dreaded Yabbit Dyndrome' (DYS for short). I found myself battling my own DYS the other day, related to the numbers game. When I remembered that kind of thinking doesn't represent the paradigm I live in, nor does it serve me, I was able to exhale it out and express gratitude for the number of people I am able to serve, for those who are making their way to me now, and for those whose lives have been changed by something I have said or done, or by someone I have helped sharing something they have learned. You get the point, right?
The esteemed Dr. Deepak Chopra tells us that every time we think a positive thought or make a positive change in our lives, that resonates out and can create a positive change in the lives of 30,000 others. So... If I help one person, even if I help only myself, I am also helping my 2 children (now we're at 90,000, for those who need to see the numbers).
No more Yabbit... No more doubt. No more worry. Only thanking the universe/god/your highest self/source for the incredible opportunity you have every moment of every day to make a difference. Go, love yourself, believe in yourself, GIVE of yourself. Because every time you do, you are changing lives. Yes, you are! ~ TLC
Blessings. Gratitude. Love.