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A Bloody Brilliant Life

If I had to condense the wisdom of my life into a page to leave as my legacy, here's the most valuable information that I've learned in my life. I hope it inspires you to fully live your dreams. The key to A Brilliant Life, as I see it, is to always, always, always listen to yourself first. We all have our own unique guidance system within us that comes from the spirit side of us. It is there to keep us on track to our own unique destiny. Often the road along the way doesn't resemble where we want…

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Today’s Brilliance from Gail Lynne Goodwin

I'd like to share a few things I've learned... Gratitude! Begin and end your day with gratitude. What you focus on grows, so focus on good things. Develop an attitude of gratitude. Realize that what's happening around you isn't who you are. Illusions can appear real but we get to choose whether or not to buy into them. You can be the chess master or the pawn- your choice. Dream big and make life fun! Do something outrageous each day. Follow your passion. Believe in yourself. Change your attitude to "I'll see it when I believe it", not the other…

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Your Mission: Love Fully!

We live in the most technologically advanced times in our history, we can send people to the moon, invent iPhones, yet our world seems to be in a state of chaos. These are indeed intense times: war, terrorism, uncertainty, as well as technological advancements, and material wealth. Yet we are also plagued with great "soul poverty" and a famine of inner fulfillment. Often losing sight of what is real, and truly important. My message is simple: LOVE NOW! Growing up on 4 different continents, and seeing the reality that people from diverse walks of life live daily has deeply touched…

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Are You Living the GratiDude Way?

Living the GratiDude Way means remembering the power of "thank you." In a world of duality, we are given only two choices really... we can either be grateful, or we can be ungrateful. Everything in life is a matter of perception. We are the ones who give each moment the power to be "good" or "bad," we make the conscious choice of labeling it one or the other at the time of its conception. When we focus on what's going wrong and what's missing from our lives, we miss all the incredible things that we have to be grateful for.…

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The Fine Line of Truth

There is a biblical passage that says..."Straight is the gate and narrow is the way that leads unto life and few there be who find it." It causes a person (or it should) to seriously think about its deep and rich meaning, and the wonderful effect that it can have for you. Truth is truth regardless of facts and it's important to know, that the facts are always changing. We have been taught to live our lives based on facts without realizing that facts are only facts until we become aware of another fact that supersedes the previous. Because we are…

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The Difference Between Winning and Losing

I sometimes wonder what the difference is between losing and winning in life. The difference between non-achievement and achievement. The threshold you have to cross to be considered a "success." And then, given the answers to these questions, wouldn't the answers be subjective? Aren't the terms "success," "achievement" and "winning" all conditional based on what these ideas mean to you? If you win a race, and were so happy about it that you did a back-flip and broke your neck, would you be considered a "winner" still? The moral to this commentary? Put your assessment of life's ups and downs…

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3 Lessons Learned from Serious Illness

When I was born doctors quickly realized something was wrong. I started to turn blue. It was my heart. Doctors told my parents that if I was going to survive, I needed open-heart surgery and quickly. I was put on a helicopter and flown away for open-heart surgery. The surgery was incredibly risky but it was successful. After a lengthy recovery, my parents took their new son home. There were more surgeries and hospital visits, but it was 22 years before I faced the biggest challenge of my life. It was 2002 when my condition grew worse. Suddenly I couldn't…

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