NEVER-REGRET-PM-FBI want to live my life in a way that I want it to end up. There will be no regrets, No apologies and no sorrow. So I try to choose the road that lead to passion, humbleness, gratitude and faithfulness.

Each year, we grow older and we experience new events and things. But that doesn’t mean we have to regret what we did before we learned how to do things differently. Mistakes are stepping-stones to an evolving life. It is much easier to move past regret and value the lessons of your miss-steps that have taught you to recognize opportunities.

We need to learn how to live our life with no regrets to be fulfilled. Too many people fail to achieve their dreams because of a few simple mental blocks.

Never give up when you truly believe. The person with big dreams is more powerful than the one with all the facts – the smartest person in the room seldom beats the one with the most passion.

Post By Len Thicklin


Living a Life of Humility is a Challenge

RIVER CLOUDS-PMWhen you are humble you can expect to see the lower end of life, accept mistakes and learn to give rather than receive.

Learning to be humble is of paramount importance in most spiritual traditions, and humility can help you develop more fully and to enjoy a richer relationship with other people, as well as creating opportunities for you to earn respect.

Humility isn’t a very popular word. Yet, all throughout the bible a life of humility teaches about the benefits of being “humble-minded.” for example in the book of James 4:6. It says, “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble” (ESV).

Humility comes naturally to some people but in most it needs to be learned. We become humble by being around humble people and by deliberately giving of yourself, acknowledging that it’s not about you

In our daily life, this means working to break down the barriers that separate people and to avoid placing more credence on the rich over the poor, the able-bodied over the disabled, the literate over the illiterate, the strong over the weak.  Can you accept that we are only here to be of service to others?

Post By Len Thicklin