What if things did not have to stay as they are?
What if things could be different?
What if things were different?
It is easy to get caught up in the “us and them” drama of what we see on television and let those behaviors affect our own. It does not have to be that way.
What if we loved one another? No strings attached and no exceptions.
The phone rang before the end of our first service. It was Susan. Her husband had just passed away after a brief fight with cancer. From the time that he learned of his cancer to the time of his death was less than 2 weeks. It was an aggressive type of cancer and he did not find out about it till it was too late. He was only in his late 50’s. The family was shocked and devastated. Susan said that she just wanted us to know about it. I thanked her for calling and told her I was on my way there. I had no more hung up the phone than I began to question my decision to go.
How do you destroy your life in only 90 days? I have some great tips listed here. I promise you that this will drastically affect your life well before 90 days.
Here are the 6 easy steps to destroy your life in 90 days.
1. Remember it is all about YOU
Everything in life is about you. You job is all about you. Your family is only there for you. Let everyone know it is all about you. Don’t hide this fact or attempt to be humble or self-defacing. Refuse to do anything for someone else unless you are forced to do so. What are they thinking asking you for help? It is not about them, it is all about you.
In American culture there is a tendency to blame others when things don’t turn out like we hoped they would. “It’s not my fault!” many say. People blame their parents, their teachers, the guy who cut them off in traffic, and the like. They think that blaming another for where they are today excuses them to do or be whatever they want, because,“it’s not my fault”. Some even go so far as to say, “I am the way I am because of what__________did to me.” You fill in the blank.