Monday, January 26, 2009

How to Achieve implementation in life..

Achieve Fulfillment
It's completely natural to hold deep thoughts. However, this becomes unnatural when this is all a person has to fill their life. By offering more and caring about the truly important matters in life, you will get so vastly more in return.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with getting excited about the smaller things in life. If waiting for your monthly magazine subscription or looking forward to your favourite television programme puts a smile on your face, then that's a good thing. What's not so great is when deeply shallow people don't have anything more to offer. They also have nothing more to gain.
Take a leaf out of Craig Busch and Karen Grey Brook's book. They run Zion Wildlife Garden's in New Zealand, a renowned sanctuary for big cat's. Both are unbelievably inspirational and highly dedicated individuals who, for four years lived in one bedroom ex-quarantine facility in the park. They are a publicly funded organisation which allows them to preserve such a remarkable species. No doubt they enjoy the simple things in life but that's ok because they possess such a giving nature that the rewards themselves reap the benefits.
Those who hold no significant meaning or value just simply end up coasting through life. Some may feel fine with this but those who constantly feel empty won't achieve fulfilment unless they do something about it. There are many ways in which we can all make a difference, even if it isn't something on a grand scale. Some times in life, the best things are the simple things.
Making a difference doesn't necessarily mean having to spend a lot of money or give up too much valuable free time, maybe even none at all. Find something that you feel passionate about and persevere with it. Trust me, it will make your life seem full. There isn't really such a thing as a selfless act but that's ok. Just by carrying out a good deed, it's still a good deed even if it makes you feel good about yourself. In my opinion, it's even better because not only do you help someone else but you help yourself too and there's nothing wrong with that.
If everyone in the world only cared about superficial things such as designer labels, fancy cars, posh houses, etc, it would be a very selfish and uncaring society. Yet if a person was to also care about deeper things in life such as poverty, child and animal cruelty, homelessness, etc, then it would make caring about shallow things seem less insignificant.
So, start by donating some of those superficial possessions to charity, volunteer at a shelter, help those less fortunate because if the shoe was on the other foot, wouldn't you want to live in a more caring society and be helped by those luckier than yourself?

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