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One of the numerous, wonderful things I'm blessed with in my man is his can-do attitude. I see this manifesting in many ways and my deep respect and love for him keeps growing. I'm highly optimistic. In spite of that, I've learned and continue to learn much from him.

The 2012 NaNoWriMo is half-way gone. Many kudos to everyone participating. It's your can-do attitude that will see you through on a successful note. It's perhaps cliched but important to remember that attitude takes you where altitude may not. Look at it this way: by the end of the month, you'd have a complete manuscript! You may be talented but if you don't put that talent to use, of what use is it then? Outside of NaNoWriMo, we can set SMART goals for ourselves and make sure we accomplish them. It takes a can-do attitude to overcome obstacles in the process. This applies to all kinds of goals: writing, career, study, health, relationship, religious, leisure, and so on.

In life, everyone faces challenges - that's the way it is. Challenges may appear in different colors and shades of colors. How you handle each challenge absolutely depends on you. As Henry Ford succintly puts it:"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right". But remember, a can-do attitude can make a positive impact, help you deal with challenges and attain desirable results.

Carl Sagan said that "Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another." This resonates with me, especially from the Scriptural point of view. We must have a clear conscience, free of malice, towards everyone (even those you choose to have nothing to do with) regardless of how they may have treated, fought or hated us for no just cause. Everyone is precious but at the same time, ultimately accountable for their actions. I live by the scriptural principle that the battle is the Lord's.

But I digress a bit....

Regardless of your beliefs, you've been gifted in some ways. Look at your hands. They're not empty. There's something there that you can use to make your life, and those of everyone you come in contact with, better. People should be happy, not regret, they ever knew or met you. Everyone can be a blessing to themselves and to others. Your positive can-do attitude will help you face challenges and overcome them. There's the saying that bad habits are easy to form but difficult to get rid of. But a can-do attitude will help you succeed.

Seek to imbibe a can-do attitude and you'll find that you can!

Enjoy the rest of your week and may your weekend be awesome!

Many blessings to you.


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