Tuesday, November 05, 2013

What Matters?

I am respectful, kind and giving to what matters to me.
I treat others as I want to be treated.
I give positive attention to everything I value.
I care for the relationships, experiences and things that I value.
I honor and respect my own ideals, values and needs.

What really matters to you?
What really makes a difference in your life?
What would you miss if it were gone?
What can’t you live without?

Some can live without people.
Some can live without a bed.
Some can live without a kitchen.
Some can live without electricity.

If you can’t live without something or someone, it matters to you.
Be grateful and treat what you value with respect.
Pay your bills and take care of what matters to you.
Be kind and giving to those you value.

Take no one and nothing you value for granted.
Value what you value.
Demonstrate your values by living them daily.
If you err and are abusive to what you value, forgive yourself and make amends immediately.

You will find, where you are kind and considerate, what you value lasts.
You will find, where you are uncaring, mean or neglectful, you will lose what you value.
You will find the universe will show you what you need to value more.
You will find you need to begin by valuing you with kindness, consideration and appreciation.

Logic prevails.
What you give, (thoughts, words or behavior) you will receive.
The universal law of reciprocity is you receive all that you have given.
You may receive it from another person or in another form, but you will receive it.
It seems we learn from direct experience, so we are constantly experiencing what we have asked.

Feelings can be changed easily.
Thoughts can be undone quickly.
Actions can be remedied and transformed.
There must be conscious intent to change your thoughts, emotions, words and actions.

What matters to you, you can heal.
What matters to you, you can remedy.
What matters to you is yours to do.
What matters to you is a direct call for your immediate and constant attention.

Make a commitment to yourself to take full responsibility to give exactly what you want to receive.
Make a choice to never hurt, abuse, neglect or deny what and whom you value.
Make a decision to observe your thoughts, words and behavior and correct what is uncaring.
Forgive yourself for being ignorant and taking your life and what you value for granted.

When someone or something matters to you, show it, say it and appreciate it.

You matter to me, therefore, I write to you and for you everyday and in every way that matters to me.
Loving you more than you know, Betty Lue


There is no difficulty that enough love will not conquer;
No disease that enough love will not heal;
No door that enough love will not open;
No gulf that enough love will not bridge;
No wall that enough love will not throw down;
No sin that enough love will not redeem.

 It makes no difference 
  how deeply seated may be the trouble,
How hopeless the outlook,
How muddled the tangle,
How great the mistake. 
A sufficient realization of love will dissolve it all.

 If only you could love enough, you would be the happiest 
and most powerful being in the world.

Emmet Fox