Tuesday, February 01, 2022

Needs and Wants


I want to do what I need to do.

I choose to handle my basic needs first.

I take care of all essential business for myself and my family.

I remember to do first things first.

Needs and Wants

Do you do what you need to do first?

Do you do what you want to do first?

First things first.

Are your needs and wants handled well?

We seem to be living in a world of conflicts.

Some do what they need to do and occasionally do what they want.

Most seem to do what they want to do and occasionally do what they need to do.

Are we raising a culture of hedonists or selfish folks who please themselves first?

What comes first for you each morning?

What do you do first when you come home from work?

What do you do first for your partner and children?

Are you aware of what you need to do for you?

Build on a solid foundation.

Take care of essential business first.

Prepare yourself to be your best.

Give your best to each one you encounter.

Take impeccable care of your own needs first.

Be ready for the day before your family awakens.

Put your own house in order before you take on worldly business.

Come home to a house ready to relax and enjoy one another.

Life can be organized to get everything done.

Meals can be prepared to offer the best nourishment with love.

Bedrooms can be inviting, calming and ready to rest.

Finances can be managed so there is no worry or stress.

Simplify your life so you can handle all basic needs.

Children and adults benefit from simple routine.

When everything is in place, there is no chaos.

When people no their function, there is no upset.

Everyone benefits when basic needs are met.

Enough sleep, food prepared, gratitude and love shared…..these are the essentials!

Everyone is happy when Mom is happy.

Mom is happy when everyone is doing their part.

Keep life simple.

Fulfill the basic needs first.

When all is in order and everyone is happy.

Then there is time to enjoy what you want!

Blessings of gratitude for the Good in us all.

Betty Lue