A Vision for Being Available

We see a world where people have come out of their homes, cubicles and cubby holes and are now available to help their friends and neighbors with whatever need arises. In the same way, we see a world where people everywhere have risen up and out of their fears, their shynesses, their timid ways and are now getting to know their fellow travelers better.

Now that we are ready and willing to be of service to those around us, the Spirit of community is blossoming everywhere. Where there was once isolation and loneliness, there is now camaraderie and expansion. Smiles show on the faces and joy fills the hearts of everyone we look upon. A sense of togetherness pervades the peoples of the Earth, as we have taken the first step toward bringing true Oneness – the Atonement – back into the lives of all humanity.

And all of this has happened because we have ventured forth and begun to make ourselves more available to one another.

“No preclear really has any problems of his own. Every problem he has is somebody else’s problem. If there’s something wrong with his body, it’s somebody else’s problem, isn’t it? It’s his body’s problem that he has interested himself in.

“If there is something wrong with his mother, he has interested himself in this problem. If there’s something wrong with his father, he has interested himself in this problem. We get this rather interesting interwoven scheme in existence: everybody being interested in everybody else’s difficulties and nobody, individually, with any slightest difficulty.” 

“The best way out is always through.”
Poet, Robert Frost

Your action for today is to see on what project you are procrastinating and take a small step towards completing it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“If you know what to do to reach your goal, it’s not a big enough goal.”
Author and Speaker, Bob Proctor

Your action for today is to look at a goal you have and see how you can make it even bigger and more exciting.

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Source: OFAC fines Exxon $2 million for violating Russia sanctions, Exxon sues – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: Andy Spalding on Bhutan: An anti-corruption movement like no other – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: OFAC fines Exxon $2 million for violating Russia sanctions, Exxon sues – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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A Vision for the Sea

Our Vision for today was sent in to us from Therese Bryant and we would like to dedicate is to all those who have been in the original Intenders Circle in Hawaii. We truly resonate with this Vision. Thank you, Therese!

I have a vision for the sea – that we all take care to not destroy it so that all marine life can live in harmony and that people can enjoy all aspects of the sea whether through play or just though vision. For me I find that the sea meets all of my moods and it is where my soul is meant to be. I find it calming in times of turmoil and love to take my grandsons to my local beach to collect shells and splash in the water. All my visitors always want to visit the sea.

 

 

 

 

 

“We get disagreement and the fellow says, ‘I don’t want it. I wouldn’t ever touch it if anybody ever gave me one and a million dollars to boot. I’d have nothing whatsoever to do with it’—and there it is sitting on his doorstep. This ferocious and horrible determinism not to have something winds up in what? It winds up in making the flow vector of matter say, ‘Have me.’”

 

“In life, change is inevitable. In business, change is vital.”
Author, Warren G. Bennis

Your action for today is to think of a change you could make that would improve your job or your business.

 

 

 

“The mystic, for millennia, has been talking about Faith. He never built a bridge to it. He made a terrible fundamental error in converting Faith to Have Faith. When he said Have Faith, he invited understanding, then confusion of understanding because one does not understand Faith. One isFaith.”

“The source, content of and contact with FAITH is YOU.” 

 

 

“If you can’t be a good example, then you’ll just have to be a horrible warning.”
Author, Catherine Aird

Your action for today is to reflect on what kind of example or warning you are sending based on how you take care of your health.

 

“The Auditor’s Code, then, is not an arbitrary, nor is it a code which tells you to be sympathetic to the preclear, nor is it a code which is necessarily relegated to the field of healing or the practice of Scientology. It would simply be a code of how to be civilized.

“And if you were being very, very polite indeed, you wouldn’t invalidate or evaluate for people to whom you were speaking, beyond this point: you would simply keep the communication going, adding your ideas to it, and weaving theirs into it, and weaving theirs out of it while they wove yours in and out of it. And you would just have an interchange there which would go along and there would be good affinity preserved all the way along the line. You wouldn’t evaluate or invalidate anywhere here.” 

 

 

 

“To get what we’ve never had, we must do what we’ve never done.”
An Unknown Author

Your action for today is to plan on going somewhere within the next 12 months, and make it somewhere you’ve never been before.

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Source: Former FCPA fugitive pleads guilty in Haiti Teleco case – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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Source: Alexandra Gillies: Congress can (and should) fix the law on shell companies – The FCPA Blog – The FCPA Blog

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