At The End of The Day – What Matters Most?

In my personal reading I came across some information about some beliefs of Ancient Egyptians. I found it all very interesting, but I was struck by their belief about what happens when you die. The Ancient Egyptians had a belief that when you died you were met at the gates of heaven and asked two questions. Your answers determined whether you were let into heaven or not. The two questions are these: 1. Did you experience pure joy in your life? 2. Did your life bring joy to others? At the end of the day, the answers to those two questions are really what matter most! It caused me to step back and ask myself these questions and I wanted to share them with you because I think we can all course correct at times to focus on what matters most. Analyze if you have felt pure joy – and
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At The End of The Day – What Matters Most

This week in my personal reading I came across some information about some beliefs of Ancient Egyptians. I found it all very interesting but I was struck by their belief about what happens when you die. The Ancient Egyptians had a belief that when you died you were met at the gates of heaven and asked two questions. Your answers determined whether you were let into heaven or not. The two questions are these: 1. -Did you experience pure joy in your life? 2. -Did your life bring joy to others? At the end of the day, the answer to those two questions is really what matters most! These questions caused me to step back and ask myself these questions, and I wanted to share them with you because I think we can all course correct at times to focus on what matters most. Analyze if you have felt pure
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Best and Worst

Best & Worst The most destructive habit…………………………………………..…..Worry The greatest joy………………………………………………………………Giving The greatest loss……………………………………………Loss of self-respect The most satisfying work………………………………………..Helping Others The ugliest personality trait…………………………………………Selfishness The most endangered species………………………………Dedicated Leaders Our greatest natural resource……………………………………….Our Youth The greatest “shot in the arm”………………………………….Encouragement The greatest problem to overcome……………………………………………Fear The most effective sleeping pill…………………………………..Peace of Mind The most crippling failure disease………………………………………Excuses The most powerful force in life………………………………………….…..Love The most dangerous pariah…………………………………………..A Gossiper The world’s most incredible computer………………………………The Brain The worst thing to be without……………………………………………….Hope The deadliest weapon………………………………………………….The Tongue The two most power-filled words…………………..…………………….”I Can” The greatest asset………………………………………………………………Faith The most worthless emotion…………………………………………….Self-pity The most beautiful attire…………………………………………………….SMILE! The most prized possession……………………………………………..Integrity The Most Contagious Spirit……………………………………………Enthusiasm Great food for thought 🙂
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