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Tue, August 7, 2012
Inside Out
The gap between what you say and what you do, between what you promise and what you deliver, is like a drain in the road.
The drain is where water escapes, just as your power will seep away if there is a difference between your words and your actions.
Ask yourself everyday, were your thoughts, words, and actions aligned? 

This is a beautiful thought provided by my friend Brad Simpkins; I love the reminder as this requires my focus and re-focus in each day. 

My thought: We are most powerful when our outside matches our Inside and our Inside matches our outside. 
We can feel the success of this accomplishment in evidence when we offer the world our impeccable word and feel the sense of bliss and harmony in knowing the difference.

So if I am the change I wish to see in the world, how might the world be changed for us All?
All for One and One for All, Let's Go!!! 

Let me hear your thoughts . . . 

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