The Discovery of Ourselves
My partners in the RV journey, this letter is sent to you with much love and with great heartfelt passion. I can expound on the many-times-over written prose of this journey having its ups and downs but I will not rehash that.
For by now, we all know it to be true. However, I will say that this journey has been one of sheer discovery. The discovery always was and continues to be…the discovery of ourselves!
Who got you involved in this journey? A friend? A co-worker? A family member? Your spouse? Divine leading? Whatever the scenario was in the beginning that prompted you to be a part of this wonderful event, know with complete assurance that there is a reason you’re in this endeavor.
No matter what you are facing in your life right now, I strongly encourage you to cast aside any worry, fear, discouragement and fill your life and the very fiber of your being with the HOPE and realization of a great tomorrow….that begins TODAY!
Right now, here before us lies a great gift! A moment, a sliver in time in our lives where we can self-examine who we are and truly grasp and understand what our purpose is in this journey and why we became a part of this.
Some of you may already have your life blueprint laid out in preparation for this coming global phenomenon. Some of you may be wringing your hands over current life situations, drastically waiting for the RV as if it is an event to come. In essence, it is.
However, for those of us who are waiting, I do not believe that when the green light appears and all systems are go, that the real event has begun. I believe that the real event…is NOW!
Right now, inside of you waiting to either be discovered or rediscovered. The event of examining our lives for the betterment of ourselves and for the betterment of others that our lives will touch.
I believe that if we look at our journey from this perspective, it creates in us incredibly strong character and a determination to see this journey through to the next chapter in our lives.
Hope in the here and now while promoting hope in our future and for the future of others. Envision yourself in this manner, viewing the impact you will have on others and your spirits will soar!
Get up! Live life beautifully! Live it outward now toward others, no matter what your circumstance is and then observe how your lives touch the lives of others in incredibly positive ways.
Face your days with courage and tenacity for there is a rain of goodness about to shower upon you and the water that washes over you will flow to others through the strength and courage that you’ve acquired through this journey by way of determination, self-examination and self-discovery.
Receive and fine tune your internal sight through this time of self-examination. Know who you truly are. For you are, all of you, winners in the here and now despite what you THINK you see in yourselves!
Remember the classic movie, It’s A Wonderful Life? I sure do.
I remember Jimmy Stewart’s character wanting to kill himself over a financial disaster that was out of his control. In one sequence of the movie, George Bailey and his new bride unselfishly gave away their honeymoon money to those in extreme need.
Later in the film, George’s financial disaster strikes by the hand of the wicked Mr. Potter. George sees no way out of the situation except through his own death and even attempts to kill himself, throwing himself off a bridge into the icy waters below. Later, after being rescued by his guardian angel, George tells the angel that he wished that he had never been born.
So George’s angel makes it so! Suddenly, George was never born. George’s angel, Clarence, takes him on a disappointing and eye opening journey through his home town, helping George see what his family and the townsfolk were like without George’s life impact on their lives. It wasn’t pretty!
Clarence states to George, “Strange isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?” Clarence took George on a journey of self-discovery and self-examination. George Bailey saw the light that night and with the help of Clarence, George Bailey realized the value of his life.
So it is with us! As we self-examine our own lives (and believe me, these words are speaking to me as well) let us see the importance of our own lives and the impact we truly have on others. Self-discovery! We may not have “honeymoon money” we can freely give to others in extreme need at this time like George Bailey and his new bride did but as we wait upon this RV to hit, we can surely give of ourselves in many other ways.
Therein lies the character building. Therein lies our strength. Therein lies our courage to do the very things we might originally think we can’t do!
Folks, today’s millionaires did not become who they are by wringing their hands and fretting for a brighter tomorrow by just sitting. They’ve made their situations great through determination, casting aside doubt, fear, worry and anxiety and acting upon their internal instinct.
You are not ordinary! In your self-examination, you will discover that you possess the same strengths as seasoned millionaires.
We are in training right now! How we react to the twists and turns of this Dinar saga now will determine how we will react once we receive what we have been hoping for.
Will we be wise and reserved in our financial dealings? Will we think like a seasoned millionaire thinks? Will we diligently seek and research ways in which to make our money grow?
All of you are a piece in the puzzle of this global phenomenon. You all possess the will, the determination and the drive to see this through into the next chapter of your lives. Wealth does not make the man. What you do with your wealth unveils the true you.
Take heart! You did not stumble into this venture. You walked into this venture! Your self-discovery through self-examination will be a journey into inner strengths you never knew you possessed.
No matter what you are going through right now at this very moment in time, understand that your life is grand and by the time the next chapter in your life happens, you’ll stand back and think, Clarence was right! My life is important because it touches so many other lives.