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I remember a scene from ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’, a western movie from back in the days. A man pointed a gun at his adversary and went on and on about how he was going to kill him, the pleasure he would derive, and so on. At some point in his speech, his adversary shot him, then said ‘If you want to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk’. Laugh out loud! I think that’s all I really remember from that movie. It was just so funny.
Well, there’s a lot of sense in what that man said. People often go on and on about what they plan to do and at the end of the day they don’t do it. It’s almost as if the passion and zeal evaporates through their mouths as they speak and before they know it, they’re wondering why they wanted to do it in the first place. It’s easy to settle into the state of rationalizing your dreams away and this is something you must guard against.
Was it a good idea? Did it make sense to you? Do you know how to get from where you are to the place where that dream becomes a reality? If you don’t, do you know the people and resources that could help you chart your course? Have you consulted the experts to improve your chance for a safe landing at your desired destination?
Don’t procrastinate anymore. Get up and get moving. Pursue your dream. Don’t sit around asking, ‘what if it doesn’t work?’ You’ll never know until you try. What if it does work? What difference would that make in your life? Is that difference worth the effort? Keep that in mind and GO FOR IT!


I fell ill. Wow! This usually doesn’t happen to me, but it did. The height of it was the moment I fell to the ground while trying to get from the hospital bed to the restroom which was only about 10 feet away. Someone helped me back to the bed and a nurse assisted me to the restroom.
The amazing thing about this experience is how normal I felt in my mind, I could say I was mentally sound, but physically incapacitated. I knew everything that had to be done, and that I would have loved to do, but I also knew my body was unable to handle any of those at that time.
Now I am well and totally excited about it. All the pain’s gone and my strength is restored. I feel great. I can move about and do what I want to do and I am thankful for this. But in retrospect, I learned something from this illness. I feel like I had a peek into how it feels to be advanced in years, especially if you didn’t take good care of your body when you were young. You become more aware of the fact that your body is a container, a house, a case, a shell… and you experience the frustration on not having it respond to you as you would desire. It’s like pressing the accelerator of an old car and the car’s just not responding.
They say time waits for no one, and we all get older as the years go by. I do not want to realize in my old age that I am yet to do the things I’m meant to do in this lifetime. I want to know them now and pursue them now; now that I still have zest and vitality; now that I can think it and my body can respond accordingly to produce the result I desire.
Time waits for no one indeed. Take time out to review those things you’ve said you’ll do and then begin to strategize and take bold steps towards achieving them. We have to WAKE UP! and get about our business today. We don’t have time to waste.

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