“Love yourself first and everything else falls into line.
You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world”

~ Lucille Ball


I read this in the Alternatives News Letter.
So true! So important! Feel good about yourself and the world will feel good to you thus providing the right environment for you to succeed.resulting in things just happening the way you would probably want or even better.

Lucille Désirée Ball

I grew up watching Lucille Ball and her husband, Dezi Arnaz. The “ I Love Lucy” show burned in my memory for sure!

Lucille Ball playing “Lucy,” an ambitious  scatterbrained red head with very little talent,  getting into all sorts of scrapes and mishaps trying to acheive her numerous ambitions, appeared on TV for 23 years!

Lucille Ball – Born August 6, 1911. Died April 26, 1989.
Look her up on Wikipeida or at http://www.pics-celeb.com/2009/12/lucille-ball.html

Images from Wikipedia


Important Fears

“In order to learn the most important lessons of life, one must each day surmount a fear”

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


Got me there RWE. I don’t get it!

By and the large the most important lessons have come to me as a WOW! They creep up on you and change most everything at that point in time.

However, I can see the value of surmounting fear.   Most are constructs and the deconstruction that takes place leaves space to create or construct something more contemporary and/or closer to your needs

Ralph Waldo Emerson’s bio available at aypee.wordpress.com/universal-decisions

Stay great BE awesome!

Destroying my Enemies?

Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them?

Abraham Lincoln

  • Born February 12, 1809 Assassinated April 15, 1865
  • 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination
  • Led through the American Civil War by preserving the Union by force while ending slavery and promoting economic modernization
  • Came from a poor family on the western frontier
  • Mostly self-educated
  • Failed in two attempts at a seat in the United States Senate
  • Affectionate, though often absent, husband, and father of four children
  • Ranked by scholars as one of the greatest U.S. Presidents
  • Issued his Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, and promoted the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, abolishing slavery.

Sources brainyquote.com and wikipedia