This morning, after 8 years of nagging my daughter to clean her room, I peeked in and it was clean. Instead of being delighted, I teared up. Heartbroken. She had packed everything up, and had gone off to college. All those years, the fights we'd get into. I'd tell her she should clean up because we would get ants, or she is going to trip on something, or it's a fire hazard or... None of that was true. The truth was that I'd look at her messy room and I would ADD MEANING like she was lazy, or disrespectful, or inconsiderate of my requests. Instead I could have just made the mess mean that I was blessed to have a healthy normal teenage daughter still with me, and that one day I would miss her tremendously. --- P.S. I originally wrote this one year ago. My daughter just left again, but now as a sophomore at Hofstra University.
He can only move his face--yet, he started his own business, makes over $100,000 per MONTH, and travels the world. What's your excuse for not doing what you really want in 2017?? https://unstoppable.me/life-lessons/ Link