edited: Tuesday, October 06, 2009
By Char Louise Carradine
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Posted: Tuesday, October 06, 2009
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recent experience I had that was inspirational.
Recently I have had a new and rewarding experience which has had me bring myself into a new light. I know that in no way that I am a perfect person, and that I will not ever be a perfect person, yet there is always room for change in my life. Especially if I feel the change is for the good, and know this, that I only change things about myself for myself and for no other reason except for myself. I may have found a reason to make a drastic change in my life which in time will show. That this change that I am willing to make is purely worth the time and effort I am putting into it.
I have made an agreement with myself to arise everyday and to ride my bicycle for at least three to six miles a day. This is to help the endorphin come back to where they should be without the help of a chemical. Admitting this is not an easy thing to do since I have kept it hidden for a long time and only have wished for it to change. Of course making the effort has not been there and wishing for it to change without the effort just isn't going to happen. So, I have made this agreement with myself to make the effort for myself because I do deserve to have a better way of life.
I wish to wake up in the morning and greet the day with a brighter outlook on life. I have done this before, and know if I search back far enough into my childhood then I know I will find it again. Life has not always been pleasant for me, so I know that this will be a task for me, yet it is one I am going to face head on with the attitude that I can do this instead of one that tells me that I cannot.
I must remember what my daddy told me when I was 15, which was "You can do anything ans long as you put your mind to it , and don't ever let anyone tell you any different," of course he didn't tell me to include myself in there as someone telling me different. Then I have my momma dedicating a poem to me when I was 18 called, "Don't Quit." It has a verse in it that I really must quote that really hits me hard in a good way. It says,"So stick to the fight when you are hardest hit- It's when things seem worst that you must not quit." So here I am, and I thank you Momma and daddy, for these words of wisdom I have used in the past that I must apply to today, and I am grateful that ya'll have given me these words to live by even though I have not lived by them in many days of my life, for I feel it is time for a change once again. I pray I do the right things with my life and live the remainder of my days in peace with prosperity, and the spirituality that I need to have a fulfilling life.
I do thank you for taking the time to read this and any encouragement is welcomed and appreciated. Charlene AKA Kuttiecc