What We Can Learn From The Rollercoaster

“Kids and adults like rollercoasters. Not everyone, but enough that they are popular amusement park rides. What does a rollercoaster do? It takes you on a high speed journey, through ups and downs, fast and slow. The purpose is to scare, thrill and delight you with fun.

Life has been likened to a rollercoaster. Remember that, when you have a moment. Life is a journey. There is no desire to quickly get to the end. From birth to then, there are ups and downs. What if the purpose of all these was to scare, thrill and delight you with fun?

Consider, every event, good or not so good, there for your delight. It is part of an adventure. It is the journey. It is all for your well-being. It is designed for you to grow and learn and evolve and transform. Enjoy the journey. Enjoy all of the ride. Let go and be thrilled.

Everything Is A Blessing And An Opportunity To Think Differently

Be grateful. Have fun. Delight. Enjoy. Be thrilled. Make every moment special. Be thankful. Live fully. Express yourself. Smile, love, laugh. Let go. Learn from obstacles. Transform troubles by viewing each of them as a blessings. Celebrate everything!” Rex Sikes

Ride! Ride! Ride! Be thrilled today!

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