Tuesday, February 02, 2021

Just Do It!


I am awake and aware of the choices I make.

I take responsibility for my life and my creations.

I trust and free myself to follow my inner guidance.

I choose what is highest and best for all concerned.

Step Up and Show Up!

Step up to your place and take a chance.

Step up to your responsibilities and do something good.

Step up to what is yours to do and be proud of yourself.

Step up and respect your self enough to do the work.

What is yours to do?

What are your responsibilities?

What is your right place to be?

What is the real work in your life?

Consider: You came here to learn something more.

Consider: You are responsible for all your creations.

Consider: You have much to do everyday in every way with everyone.

Consider:  There is nothing more important than doing your own work.

The lazy ones complain about others.

The ignorant ones pretend to know.

The arrogant ones try to tell others.

The willing ones simply do their own work.

It is time for each one of us to step up and do our own work.

Clean up our mind and clean up our own words and actions.

Take the time to really care for ourselves and our family.

It is time to be aware of our mistakes and forgive ourselves.

There are many “do-overs” in life.

When we make the same mistakes, we have not learned.

When we complain about others’ mistakes, we delay our own progress.

When we mind our own business and tend our own garden, we can step up and show up for others.

Life is active and inter-active.

Life is personal, relational and impersonal.

Life is a valuable tool in never-ending expanding consciousness.

Life is an amazing amalgamation of all we have ever done and had and been.

When we are fearful, we may hold back, stay asleep and let others DO IT!

When we are critical and judgmental, we may withhold our own ideas and willingness

When we are trusting and free ourselves, we will step up, show up and go for it.

When we are open-minded and appreciative, we may be inspired and encourage everyone to participate.

Today is your chance to wake up and choose what is right and true for you.

This moment is your time to change your mind and move toward trust and freedom.

Right now you can step up to what you know you need to give and be and do for you.

Life gives you the green light to live in delight every second, because you can choose.

Loving you, 

Betty Lue

Once you become aware of what really inspires and guides you, you will begin to focus on it daily.

Your purpose becomes your guiding light.

You breathe it and live it and share it in all you are and do!!

You will attract to you all good and only good for your highest purpose.

Purpose Exercise

What do I really want in my life?

(Make a list of at least 20 wants. Freely write down everything that comes to mind, with no censoring or limits.)

What does your heart want for you?

What is your simplest wish for yourself?

What do you really want to have?

What do you really want to be?

What do you really want to do?


What do I love to do?

What makes me the happiest?

What is my secret ambition?

What has given me the most satisfaction in the past?

What excites me about life?


What am I good at?

What have others told me I was good at?

In what areas of life have I excelled?

What are some of my strengths?

What is important to me?

What would I be willing to sacrifice for?

What do I stand for?

What would I commit myself for regardless of the obstacles?

What was I born to do?

Where in life can I make a difference?

What unique opportunities have been placed in my path?

What specifically does God want me to do?


Based on the answers above, develop a short paragraph outlining your purpose. Take the three top priorities from the four areas to which you just committed answers. Construct a statement that explains what you are beginning to sense in your purpose. This can be a work in progress. What is important is to commit to something in writing. Your purpose can be anything you want it to be and it can include anything that is important to you.

My Purpose Statement: