My dear friends, experience has shown that:
You may never know what the total cost of your education was, but for a lifetime you will recall and relive the memories of schools and colleges.
A Few years from now, you will forget the amount you paid to settle the hospitalization bill, but will ever cherish having saved your mother’s life or the life you get to live with the new born.
You won’t remember the cost of your honeymoon, but to the last breath remember the experiences of the bliss of togetherness.
Money has no memory. There no denying that anything that’s material cost money, but the fact remains the cost of the experience will be forgotten, but the experience will live on. So what if we are in a economic recession? Let it be, but let there not be a recession to the quality of your life. You can still take your parents, if not on pilgrimage, at least to their favorite spiritual place. You can still play with your children, if not on an international holiday, at least in the local park. It doesn’t cost money to lie down or to take a loved one onto your lap.
It is a great time time to train the employees, create leadership availability and be ready for the wonderful times when they arrive. Aspects like your health, knowledge development and spiritual growth are not economy dependent. If you are not happy with what you have, no matter how much more you have, you will still not be happy. Make a statement with the way you live your life: How you feel has nothing to do with how much you truly have.
Peace and Love, Jim
The Daily Buddha – Support The Server
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