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Monday Motivation: Be like a River

Posted by RCPAP on January 1, 1970
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Do you know what percent of our body is water? We BEGIN life as a fetus at 99%…when we are born, it drops to about 90%…then the average human body settles in some where around 70%. So, from a simple physical perspective, we are all made up for the most part of water!

Let me ask you a simple question…if you had a choice to drink from a body of water, which would you prefer….a river or a pond? Why?

Water in a river remains pure because it is moving, and it is generally agreed that the quicker it is moving, the more pure it is. When water is stagnating, trapped, or immobile, what happens? It collects a lot of crap and becomes polluted…right?

So, what is the message we all can learn from water? That it is critical for us to be moving fast and forward if we are interested in improving and not becoming polluted and turn into crap. It is interesting to note that as children, we are expected to grow and improve every year mentally, physically and emotionally. That is why we have different grades in school and you must improve each year in order to move on.

Then we graduate and what happens? Most people stop or slow down drastically that growth process…except around the middle. And the unfortunate thing is when we stop growing, we don’t stay the same…we actually start to move backwards year by year. What are you doing to improve every year mentally, physically and emotionally? Are you reacting to life or are you attacking and taking from it? It is a choice…just continue to be a kid…have fun, learn and improve everyday.

Let’s all make a commitment to keep in action, keep moving, changing, flowing; mentally…physically…emotionally. It is going to help purify who we are. Let’s continue to get more and more pure!!!!

What you see influences your attitude…your attitude influences what you do…what you do determines EXACTLY what you get!!!

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