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No Time Like the Present

Let the good times roll!

It isn't always easy to remain optimistic, especially during pandemics, upheaval, and, in some cases, continued lockdowns. But it was a fabulous experience to interview with 10-time author, publisher, entrepreneur, mega-mogul, and Chief Igniter, Kary Oberbrunner! We had a wonderful discussion on the importance of keeping our eyes on our priorities, and for me that includes helping people find that glimmer of light - the hope, happiness, and healing in their lives that I have been fortunate to find.

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It's an ongoing process.

Life is a funny thing and it's not like we "make it" and then the work is all over. For me, I have to continually reimagine my priorities and refocus my determination and perserverance in order to keep the hopeful healing & happiness flowing. There is no time like the present to reject fear and distractions. We just need to keep our eyes on the prize and lean on The One, whose power is great enough to uphold us through any challenge. Isaiah 41:10, "Fear not, for I am with thee; be not dismayed for I am thy God. I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee, yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness."

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These are quite remarkable promises!

1Corinthians 2:9 tells us, "...Eye hath not seen, nor nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." Our infantile human minds can't even imagine the great gifts God is prepared to pour out on us, if we hold tight to our faith and keep our sight focused on him. So, if you feel inclined, please check out the interview and I hope it might help to renew your own hope and faith. Even in troublesome times, we have unbelievable optimism for a beautiful future. As always, I aim to encourage you along your marvelous journey of success and I wish you summer breezes and warm moonlit nights in a wonderful world full of inspiration!

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