Week 3 on the journey – It really works!
I must say, It’s a miracle!
I persist despite of the difficulty: Hannel ‘s book is difficult to read and understand in English, that is not my native speaking language. I read and translated into Hebrew, using a dictionary, to understand the words and their context. Not always I understand… Every Day – I understand a little bit more!
The first scroll of Og Mandino, I had translated on the first two days of the course, and I read happily and quickly…
The tasks have become a routine, and even when I’m tired, I’m not giving up! My dear spouse is studying the course with me, and sometimes when he’s tired and fell asleep before completing the tasks, I say to him parts from Og Mandino’s scroll: you’ve promised yourself not to stop reading the scrolls, a day that has passed will not return, you cannot replace it with another… The words have become part of the conscious, and had penetrated to the subconscious.
When a member of the family is doing something that is defined as a bad habit, I ask him to fix it to a good habit. This is one of the gifts I received from Og Mandino! Every action made is tested whether it is a good habit or bad. We discuss the situation, draw conclusions and act accordingly.
The task written on the cards are made! Like a miracle, stacks of notes and paperwork that I have long been waiting to be thrown away – begin to disappear… and the house begins to be organized! Thanks for that!
The chore cards are something brilliant! Every week I wear a colored wristband for reminding me the job! This week I wore a bracelet with red beads 🙂
My favorite part on my daily discipline of the tasks is reading my DMP. I enjoy it a lot! After I chose the appropriate PPN, I understand and feel what motivates me and why! It became obvious to me that I achieve my goals! I decorated the DMP with inspirational photos I found online, and when I read the text, and looking at the pictures, I am inside my big picture! I live it and feel it! I add some inspirational pictures for your enjoyment!
Wish you a fascinating Weekend and a lot of fun, Daliya.