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End your world

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If the world ended tomorrow and, hey I didn’t start this rumor, would you go out knowing you had said all the things you wanted to say and done all that you wanted to do and loved with an open and full heart? Did you make this world a better place for your being here?I keep thinking that maybe many years ago some wise Mayan thought at this point in history we might all need a reset button and a way to start fresh. I’d have to agree considering recent events.

So it’s not too late to change. 

I propose that we all end our worlds as we know them today and start over tomorrow.

Instead of buying survival gear and dehydrated rations, send someone flowers, a note or a quick call to say hello.

Instead of putting the last minute touches on the bunker, do something to make the world a little brighter.

Instead of stockpiling food and water, go and work in a food pantry, donate, volunteer.

Instead of gathering zombie repellant, spend some time thinking about what it is that you should be doing every day to reset this world that will surely be here come Friday morning and then again on Saturday and so on.  Maybe the end of the current world and the creation of a world we can all really live in is not such a bad idea. 

What can you do right now to change your world tomorrow? 

Hello world!

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When we are no longer able to change a situation – we are challenged to change ourselves.
Viktor E. Frankl
 
I created this blog in order to  journal  the events surrounding the starting of a new business, as well as an affiliated nonprofit. I thought I could show others that reinventing yourself is possible, but as I write I can see that it’s also helping me to see the same thing.
 
The business will allow me the opportunity to start an organization that provides loans and grants to woman, who have previously lived below the poverty line, so that they can start their own businesses. 
 
To be a part of someone realizing their dreams or giving them the encouragement to change their perceptions of themselves or what is possible in their lives would be an incredible gift.  I’m looking forward to the process. Thanks for following along!