Week 11 has culminated in a ‘Big Payoff.’ The FOUR habits to Persistence, the great principle that insures success, we have already formed. I am noticing that small things are showing up in my life that corresponds with the teachings I have been learning.
I had an opportunity to help a veteran who was wounded in one of the ongoing wars. He walks with a cane and is in pain all day. I manage a wellness center and gave him a complimentary floatation session. These are deprivation tanks that allows you to suspend yourself in 11 inches of water that is filled with over 1000 #’s of Epsom salt. You are like a cork in the ocean. After the session, he said that he was totally pain free for the 90 minutes while he floated. I was so happy to offer this relief to a beautiful young man who lives under difficult circumstances.
Three months later his sister comes to the center and buys a 10-float package for him because of the relief he got from his first experience. This is the Law of Giving in one of its finest housr.
In reading an article this week, I came across a story that was talking about the world’s oldest billionaire. Here is a short clip from the article: The world’s oldest billionaire. That title currently belongs to 100-year-old Chang Yun Chung, a shipping magnate based in Singapore
Beyond his business accolades, very little is known about Chang, who shies away from the limelight. During one rare television interview he hinted at his secrets to success: “I’m hard-working, I’m very honest with everyone,” he said. “Whatever I promise, I always fulfill my promise. That is my principle.”
These are several of the examples that are confirming that what I am learning is showing up in my world.