…for this year, at least; and I can honestly say with an ear-to-ear smile, the group of bloggers I followed were the most positive and optimistic I’ve yet to encounter by a country mile!
That said, here comes what remains of my comments left still to view. Take a deep breath, ’cause there are quite a few.
BLOGSTER BITS ON DISPLAY
A chronological chronicle, a comment compendium composed and collected by the guy some call Lorenzo.
69. Sue tells us, like begets like. I like it! 🙂
70. The cream of the crop, Sue is rising to the top! 🙂
71. The new Sue is shining through! Day by day, it’s true, it’s true! 🙂
72. Georgina can’t go wrong! It’s obvious she is finishing strong! 🙂
73. No weather warped Georgina’s day, with silent observation, she truly found her way! 🙂
74. So many voices, so many choices; make it harder, make it more imperative; to hear your own, make your own. 🙂
75. Jacqui’s day of silence is a total binge, as she walks along the fringe. 🙂
76. When life finds you in a bog, there’s Og! 🙂
77. DGS ist dividi in tres partes for Mr. Guy; and anyone who reads this (there should be more) is to know the reason why. 🙂 Idyllic!
78. “when you’re ripe you rot, and when you’re green you grow,” and when you’re red you’re hot, and when you’re white you’re snow. Unless we’re talking people, which, of course, we are; then color-coded designations don’t determine the brilliance of our star. If being creative is when we’re best, I think you do agree; then “The March to 3000” should put this theory to the test. I guess we’ll wait and see. 🙂
79. My heroes journey has taken me to Kauai three times before ye, Alejandro. So, my question to you is, are we to meet at that magical place this year come June? Around a bonfire, perhaps, next to the pounding surf, under a silvery, silent moon? 🙂
80. Then beam me up, Scotty, ’cause I want to be there! Guy, your posts are always a delight! 🙂
81. You’ve put a different spin on hump day, Angela, and soon you will be sliding down on the other side. Quite content without your cement, a new self-directed thinker has found her way! 🙂
82. I couldn’t agree with you more, Mark. Sticking with the herd, that’s controlled by some turd, is simply absurd! 🙂
83. There’s no doubt in my mind, Sue, as each week you point out how the MKE program is reinforcing your previous learning, that you are finishing strong. Since that’s the case, I know you can’t go wrong! 🙂
84. Georgina, you took those feelings of being worthless and fearful, turned them around, and used them to your advantage, the MKE change the blueprint way. O’lay! 🙂
85. A frightfully fearsome post, Georgina. If I were fear, I would be hanging on for dear life! As you continue to use your blog to finish strong, what a terrific MKE example you are setting! 🙂
86. What a wonderful tribute your family paid you, Jacqui. You are absolutely correct. As the cement chips fly, the real Jacqui is finally being exposed. Great job using your blog to finish strong! 🙂
87. Norina, like the wonderful and unique snowflake you are, you’ve summed up what Wayne Dyer with his great wisdom said, “When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at, change.” Thanks for using your blog to finish strong! 🙂
88. This reminds me of a story told by Brian Tracy, Mark. A salesman out on the road for about a week called home, and with disappointment filling his voice reported he had not made one sale. Not a problem, she replied, they had won a lottery. The next day, before returning home, this salesman made sale after sale. When he got home, he found out his wife had made up the part about winning the lottery, just to cheer him up.
89. It sounds as if your musical mission, Marshall, may have started with three, yet has served as a temporary home for so many more! It had to be the right ear, Marshall, because even if it was the left, it was still the right one. LOL
90. When frozen to the bone, the “HOT COFFEE LADY” is a sight for sore eyes. Not just the brew that she brings, but her words filled with compassion, and so very wise. 🙂
91. Bravo, Manuel! If anyone is going to tinker with your life, it shall be you, a self-directed thinker; and, my guess, a self-leader beyond compare! 🙂
92. Just in case, Laurie, I’m bringing along a couple extra tanks of oxygen!
93. If sunshine is what you want, then sunshine (or something equally brilliant) is what it will be, Crystal, because it sounds as if you’ve put all those dark clouds behind you! 🙂
94. This gives me pause for thought, Julie. I’m not one to second guess Haanel, yet I very much doubt that anyone equipped with “the mightiest intellect, the most profound and penetrating mind” would ever base his hopes on a premise he KNOWS to be false. On the other hand, such a person (there are a few) if so inclined (they are), given enough financial, media support, etc (they have) could lead millions/billions (today’s societies) to catastrophic results simply by convincing them erroneous premises are the truth (for example, living in fear and lack with poverty, hunger, starvation, war…are necessary components of the human condition). It almost seems a race between the herd mentality and the truth. My money is on the latter — on you, Julie! 🙂
95. Let me be very “candid” here, Julie. It sounds as if MKE/Haanel is changing you from a can didn’t to a “can did!!!” 🙂
96. Why worry? Be happy! You can be what you will to be. That I can plainly see!
97. A daily mastermind reminder; what could be kinder? 🙂
98. Needless to say, Angie, your focus on the MKE exercises remains paramount in your journey! 🙂
99. “One for all. All for one!” is a powerful motto…especially, when coming from a self-directed thinker, such as you appear to be, Myriam. It’s so powerful, in fact, it can be perilous; especially when knowing we’re surrounded by sheeple, who have given their allegiance to lies built on illusion, creating delusion and a dangerous confusion — darkening transparency, and, unfortunately, sometimes demanding a high degree of personal tact. Mahalo for letting me witness your journey! 🙂
100. 10,000 a month! As Willie Mays might exclaim, “Say hey!” You can bet there will be more than your son’s eyes looking on as September approaches. 🙂
101. There’s so much to appreciate after reading (and watching/listening) this most recent post of yours, Guy, I’m simply left in awe…and wonder! In addition to the significance you’ve given to the usually insignificant “will,” enough to prompt a high-pitched, congratulatory “twill,” there’s the as yet unanswered question, “How much Guy, and how much Van Gogh?” I continue to ponder. And ponder still as I peer at the art work, you’ve labeled “Super Wolf Blood Moon Meets Total Lunar Eclipse,” astounded, I let out a cheer. All in all is compounded by my eyes as I watched, by my ears as Bolero’s crescendo (bound and magically concealed as if by Rune Stone tablets) raucously resounded. 🙂
102. …so much better than counting our sins. Perhaps, all will come to know it as the Sunshine way, Ms Day! 🙂
103. Yes, life can be quite a ride, Marcel. Based upon this description of your recent adventure so heavily involved in dealing with the consequences of both mother nature and human nature after doing some of their malevolent worse, I’m inclined to re-name you “Bronco Billy.” Yet Clint Eastwood has already taken that name, so that would be kinda silly. 🙂
Meanwhile, my congrats on providing evidence both in the way you turned your hardship into a “Hail Mary,” and look upon Google’s scrutiny as a positive thing called accountability, rather than a treacherous act to rally the troops into mass mutiny. 🙂
I must further congratulate you for following around 290 people. I’m not sure how large your hands are when brought together to create that church with its two-fingered steeple; nonetheless, I’d like to bring my hands together loudly, because there could be mass this Sunday to honor you as if “A REBEL WITH A CAUSE,” so worthy of my applause that I must point to it quite MKE proudly! 🙂
104. As a Blog Rover, Marcam22, as often as I’ve had to deal with this same issue, I must admit it’s never been due to problems involving cell phone voice recognition. I could chalk it up to an active case of DD (Davene Dyslexia), however, I would then need to further admit that there’s probably no connexia. LOL 🙂
THE FOLLOWING THREE WERE USED TO WRITE A POST A FEW WEEKS BACK
105. Tragedy has such gravity, it implores the metaphysical magnitude of the paradox, doesn’t it, Angela? The darkness of death reminds the blackness of those holes in the universe consuming just about everything that comes too close; yet what about that radiant energy from time to time shooting from its inner core like a burp as it consumes cosmic gases and masses? What about the theorized connection between the “big bang” birth of our universe and both the most massive and tiniest of black holes? What about? What about? What about the self realized guru who sees death as a transformation to be celebrated and not mourned; and the evidence coming from how the spirit of Muktananda, for instance, came from his predecessors, and the existence of those preceding masters miraculously witnessed in the accounts of some still waking and walking on this earthly plain? Love the beauty of your post, Angela, even as I feel your pain. Only fitting that kindnesses swirl when allowed the bounty that keeping the balance brings.
106. Haven’t taken the time yet (ALTHOUGH i INTEND TO) to watch the video, Alejandro. Nevertheless, so many of today’s challenges can be summarized in the lessons taught by “BROTHER BUZZ.” When and why is a B sometimes better than an A? And isn’t it just like the bee that on the front end the survival of all mankind depends, while on the back end exists the stinger. The sweet intensity of honey for those allergic is like a Medusa curse. And the pollination it performs so critical, sugar, in general, has been linked to so many health conditions — diabetes and cancer to name just two. Whew! Now let’s see what your video has in store. Bet it’s more. 🙂
107. The dilemma you’ve described, Mark, I believe is one encountered by many. Just look at the resulting architecture. For example, if something needs to get done, and such a thing as “perfection paralysis” actually exists (as I know it does from first-hand experience) then simply being good may be the best option. This ties in with, “Being effective is getting the right thing done; while being efficient is getting a thing done right” (I suggest better might be “…the right thing done right”). Cliches abound. For example, “where do you draw the line” between “Look before you leap” and “He who hesitates is lost.”? Great value is given perfection; yet this might add undo pressure depending on the situation, of course. When it comes to the accomplishments of mankind how often is absolute perfection ever reached, anyway? Better everything is continually being invented…even light bulbs; yet when it comes to light bulbs, whose name do we remember?. In summary, the idea underlying, “Being good is perfect.”
Thanks for your thought-provoking post, Mark! 🙂
108. From what you just said, Jan, combining “scary” and “fun” as you have, Jan, I’m guessing Halloween is your favorite holiday, and VERY soon you will be making 20 Gold calls each work day! 🙂
109. I’m pretty sure, Crystal, so I’ll give it a crack. Given what you’ve just reported, you have all the symptoms of coming down (down? pretend we are in Wonderland for a moment) with a bad (bad? LOL) case of “HAPPY KNACK!” 🙂
110. Sorry, “VAL,” I’ve apparently taken Davene’s dyslexia to another level. LOL 🙂
111. Whether I do, or don’t become more aware of kindness, in general, Cindi, your post has tipped the scale in the positive direction! 🙂
112. Yes, Julie! Awareness of the function and power of the subby is undoubtedly extremely important. Reinforced via habit, we have learned the aforementioned power can easily work for or against us…haven’t we?! Bam! Bam! Double bam!! 🙂
113. Your shopping cart charm is disarming, Georgina! 🙂
114. It seems that blog posts are tapping into my memory banks this week, Grover. “Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream. Row, row, row your boat; life is but a dream.” Mahalo! 🙂
115. Your post, Myriam, clicked on something, and sent me searching my memory banks to find it, “YOU ARE NOT WHAT YOU THINK YOU ARE, BUT WHAT YOU THINK, YOU ARE.” Thanks for sending me on this mental jog! 🙂
116. Sue, having read most of your blog posts published to date, your writing is clear, crisp, harmonious, and happy! 🙂
117. Not only do I love the value you’ve placed upon the importance of discipline in your life, Sue, I love your willingness to speak up and ask for help during the Sunday webinars, as you did during the Week 17 call, and the one a few weeks prior to that. Well done! 🙂
118. I have just one comment, Laurie…BAM!!! 🙂
119. Aside from writing your usual seriously superior blog post, Guy, is how you derived the 99.964%. LOL 🙂
120. And using this “GIVE MORE. GET MORE” strategy, Tracy, you are raising the overall consciousness of the world! 🙂
121. In part, Laurie, it’s due to the understanding just provided, I sometimes find myself substituting “KIND” for “HAPPY,” in our affirmation/mantra, “I am whole, perfect; strong, powerful, loving, harmonious, and happy.” You are exactly what the doctor ordered! 😉
122. And as your list points out, Lena, the inextricable connection between mind, body, and spirit. One might even say that meditation is a type of personal medication — less expensive, less invasive, and done correctly result in a synergistic, positive response…or is it? Thanks again for the opportunity to join in your journey! 🙂
123. As usual your lists are fascinating, and right on target, Lena! Good show! Way to go! 🙂
124. Yes, Julie, as usual you’ve captured the quintessence of MKE. As you’ve no doubt guessed by combining this understanding with this week’s Haanel lesson are ingredients making Mr Spock’s Volcan wish, “PROSPER AND LIVE HAPPILY,” more likely to come true. Good for you! 🙂
125. You may have heard, Alejandro, as I have that doubt is the mind killer. No where is that much more apparent than what happened to the doc once he realized the nature of the success he had treating an incurable skin condition. Another mesmerizing post. Good job, A! 🙂
126. You’re leaving me in suspense here, Pamela. “The…? It’s such a pleasure reading your post, all the while thinking you are back on the MKE blogging band wagon. What happened? Did you suddenly decide to jump off? Hope not. As you know, “the red-pencil syndrome” is just one of many dangers lurking when passing through the hostile territory of society in general; and as you probably also know, traveler’s insurance just ain’t available. LOL 🙂
127. Hi Cristinica! You got the poetry, you got the music, and you got the message regarding patience and persistence worthy of a trillion ears. I, for one, am glad I have two of them! Nice! 🙂
128. My hat goes off to ya, Mark! You’ve hit another one out of the park! You may have skipped publishing a blog post a week or two, yet you persist, and overall you continue to follow through! Right on!!! 🙂
129. I can almost hear the chant ringing in your ears, Hot Coffee, “DO IT NOW!,” “DO IT NOW!,” “DO IT NOW!,” Now that’s hot!!! 🙂
130. There doesn’t appear to be in paralysis in your analysis, Lena. Right on!!! 🙂
131. The way you’re pumping out these posts, Lena, I can tell you practice what you preach. Yes! 🙂
AND SO ENDED BLOG ROVER YEAR #3
And now this particular Rover is looking forward to year #4, and the opportunity to add to his comment compendium once more.
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