Another thought that was sent to me that Inspired me...

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Posted: 27 Feb 2008, 18:14
This was sent to me and I wanted to share it with all of you!!

As you choose the way you will live this day, remember this. Accomplishment is truly a joy that's worth experiencing over and over again.
The joy of accomplishment is in the doing. There is nothing that can match the feeling of knowing that you are making a difference.

Working to get something done enables you to discover and develop your own unique strengths. It is a highly fulfilling way to spend your time.

Accomplishment never gets old or tiresome. For each accomplishment opens the door to a whole new level of exciting possibilities.

Right now, there are all kinds of things that can be done to add value to your world. Decide to be the person who will step forward to do them.

Though the outer rewards of accomplishment are many, accomplishment is also its own reward. Choose today to make the effort, to persist with purpose and commitment, and know the special joy that accomplishment brings.

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