New Ideas Lead To Self Discovery| How To Do What YOU Want To Do

New ideas lead to self discovery!

So, you want to discover more about yourself, but you don’t know where to start.

Start focusing on your needs and stop focusing on outside distractions.

Once you know where to remove your focus from, go ahead and conceive new ideas, pathways, and pursuits instead!

This video shows you how.

11 thoughts on “New Ideas Lead To Self Discovery| How To Do What YOU Want To Do

    1. Hey there Roger! 🙏🏽 Thanks! I hope this week has found you and yours doing well. I decided to advise folks against paying too much attention to all this sad buffoonery we’ve been seeing in The U. S. House of Representatives.
      How are things going in the UK? Last I checked there was a lot going on there as well.
      I’ll just continue to pray that God helps us all shift out of this crazy timeline and into something more wise and compassionate—or at least something more sane. 😂

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      1. Just so Gwin. The World is often a hard cruel, crazy place, but of late it seems to have become worse. We can but pray, ask God to forgive us…yet again..and this time we’ll try to do better.

        I would call some of the antics over on Capitol Hill as Criminal Irresponsibility. Some folks need to be visited by the Ghost of Republican President Teddy Roosevelt, he may have been a hunter of wildlife and too fond of US foreign Imperialism, but at least he could sniff out hucksters, snake oil merchants and buffoons in the name of the USA.

        Over here we’ve been on Planet Crazy ever since then Prime Minister David Cameron announced there would be a referendum over Brexit, getting on for 10 years of wasted opportunities .

        Sheila and me, we hunker down and try to keep on keeping on.

        Keep on keeping on, I say 😀

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      2. These are some strange times, but I think you’re right. We’ve gotta hunker down and continue to keep on keeping on🙏🏽 There’s really no other choice. 🌺Take care and give my best regards to Mrs. Sheila.

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      3. Hi there Roger. I hope that you are well. I have a question for you, it is in regards to Sir Winston Churchill.
        I’ll be very honest, I have never really studied the man, so I don’t know much about him, but today I heard a very interesting story about how he convinced people in the UK to envision a wall of light surrounding the British isles in order to push Hitler back; thus protecting the UK from harm. Have you ever heard this story? If you have, can you share what you know about it? It seems that Sir Winston created a mastermind using group visualization and I find this extremely interesting. Now, my friend, I know that if there’s anyone who could properly recant the tale and the facts around this story it’s YOU—-whether it’s fact or fiction 😂😂😂Do tell! 😂😂😂😂

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      4. Hi Gwin.

        Aww, thanks very much for having confidence in me on this issue. There is a wealth of information about Churchill, and mis-information too.
        Good places to start would be:
        The site dedicated to his memory:
        https://winstonchurchill.org/

        But for an idea about ‘the warts’ because everyone has then, then good old Wikipedia has a page covering his tenure as Prime Minster in WWII :

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill_in_the_Second_World_War

        And also one which goes into his life in details with links to pages on other aspects.
        Just go to Wiki and enter ‘Winston Churchill’…There is a lot there!

        I think the one you are referencing Gwin may relate to his famous ‘This was their Finest Hour’ speech in which he said:

        “Hitler knows that he will have to break us in this island or lose the war. If we can stand up to him, all Europe may be freed and the life of the world may move forward into broad, sunlit uplands. But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science.”
        As you can see he makes reference to ‘broad sunlit uplands’ as envisioning a British Victory but a Nazi victory seen as ‘sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age’
        Here’s the link to the whole speech:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_was_their_finest_hour#:~:text=Hitler%20knows%20that%20he%20will,forward%20into%20broad%2C%20sunlit%20uplands..

        Churchill was renowned for writing and re-writing speeches then rehearsing them. Sometimes they didn’t go down as well in the House of Commons as when heard by the public over the radio.

        However this one to the Cabinet (MPs selected to be part of the government)
        “If this long island story of ours is to end at last, let it end only when each one of us lies choking in his own blood upon the ground.” was received with enthusiasm, applause and back slapping.
        And was made at a time when there was still a movement within British Government to seek a peace with Hitler.

        Hope that helps: 😀

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      5. Thank you for those resources and for your time Roger, and, of course, I have faith in you and your vast knowledge on the history of those glorious Isles.
        And yes, I think that quote you called out is probably the source of my original question. One thing’s for sure, Sir Winston Churchill definitely had a way with words! LOL! I know that’s an understatement! LOL!
        All my best to you Roger, send my regards to Mrs. Sheila.
        LadyG, House of Mathilda 🌹

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      6. I’m pleased that was useful to you Gwin 😀. Yes he was indeed a man with words, presence and heritage. Sheila and myself when watching a current day politician sometimes say ‘Ha. They’re doing their ‘Churchill’ bit,’ 😏
        Controversial still, particularly over his support for a British Empire, long past its ability to hold together, which was starting before World War I. Not a nice fellow or an easy person, some of his more ill-informed critics still don’t ‘get it’ that none of the main figures of that pivotal WWII era were ‘nice guys’ (some far worse than others) or had spotless records. Sadly when it comes to wars ‘nice guys’ are usually in supporting roles.

        Thanks for the greeting Gwin, and best wishes to you and yours too. Long may the House of Matilda thrive.🌞🌻🌼🌷

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      7. “Sheila and myself when watching a current day politician sometimes say ‘Ha. They’re doing their ‘Churchill’ bit,’ 😏”……………………
        THIS IS PRECISELY why I asked you, because I knew you’d give a REAL assessment. LOL!!!

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