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Moving forward

We sometimes choose to hang onto things in our life that are not helping us at all—the things that at some point have hurt us, angered us, made us feel sad, or depressed us.

Its funny how we so intending on not letting go of the bad memories and those discomforts in our past is be on my comprehension, what I can say is, holding on to misery is very bad for your health, and is hindering your forward movement.

When we choose to hang on to a bad situation, we never move forward, and we even create physical or medical damage to our bodies. To prevent this from happening, we need to let go.

We really don’t know the extent of the damage that could cause from trying to keep what not good for your well been, it could reach where it can cause serious health problem for you body. The body functions are very delicate and work according to the feeling that is generated from how the mind thinks.

We go through different experiences in our lives, some are positive, and some we see as negative and u…

Taking charge of your life

Sometimes we find our self saying things that we regret latter on in our life. In the heat of the moment is when most of the things are said out of anger and frustration, stepping back and taking some time to think about what you are going to say could make the different between you being able to accepting the situation.

What are you saying? Are your words good or bad, Positive or negative, happy or sad? The words from your mouth are they leading to failure or success. Do you ever wonder how you got into that mess? All these contribute to accepting the situation.

You are in charge of the words that you speak. Will you be strong, or will you be weak? Do you speak words of sickness, or words of health? Do you speak of poverty, or are your words of wealth? Speaking over your situation is a great way to dissolve any situation.

What you say each day is what comes to pass in your life.

Motivational speaker/author Carl Mathis http://ww.carlmathis.com
Author of "Life is what you make it…

(Life is not what it used to be)

Life is just not what it used to be. There was a time when little boys and girls would play street games like kick-the-can, stick-ball, and tag. Those days have come and gone. The quality of television programs seems to have diminished. If you are not saying something profane, sexual, or degrading to somebody, then you are not popular. It seems like the world took a three hundred and sixty-degree turn in a negative way. Nobody wants to work anymore. It’s all about a quick fix, microwaved products, and fast food. Where are we heading by racing down this superhighway? It’s all about sex and degrading the wonder of God’s creation of the female figure. Innocent boys and girls are being violated on a regular basis. And then we have to worry about the terrorists, whose intention is to destroy those who stand for good. There was a time when the family was the most important thing to a person after God. Now you find mothers fighting against their daughters, fathers fighting against their sons…

I WANT TO BE HAPPY:

Do you see yourself in this?

I WANT TO BE HAPPY:

I look around and I see so many smiling faces. I see couples walking down the boulevard hugging and kissing each other. Even at the ballpark people are cheering for their favorite team, while I walk around with a sad face. Well, enough is enough; from this day on I decided to make it my duty to have a smile on my face. God made me in his image, and I do not think God would appreciate me walking around with a sad face. I deserve to be happy, I want to be happy, and I am going to be happy from this day on, because I now know, with God, all things are possible.


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It’s not often that many find life after death. But through the loss of his wife, Carl Mathis found the inspiration and the dedication to not only raise two successful sons, but…

HOLDING ON TO THE UNKNOWN

We sometimes choose to hang onto things in our life that are not helping us at all—the things that at some point have hurt us, angered us, made us feel sad, or depressed us.

Its funny how we so intending on not letting go of the bad memories and those discomforts in our past is be on my comprehension, what I can say is, holding on to misery is very bad for your health, and is hindering your forward movement.

We really don’t know the extent of the damage that could cause from trying to keep what not good for your well been, it could reach where it can cause serious health problem for you body. The body functions are very delicate and work according to the feeling that is generated from how the mind thinks.

When we choose to hang on to a bad situation, we never move forward, and we even create physical or medical damage to our bodies. To prevent this from happening, we need to let go.

"LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT - seven steps to moving forward" in stores now.
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When the going get tough, what is your respond.

By Gary Alan Ruse


CARL MATHIS
Cutler Bay resident Carl Mathis, a minister and elder at Holy Ghost Tabernacle Ministries in Goulds, brought out his first book in March of last year after overcoming a personal tragedy. That book was Life Is What You Make It: Build a Better Life for You and Your Family.

“When I lost my wife in December of 2005, my life took a dramatic turn for the worse,” Mathis said. “Trying to raise three boys while grieving was not an easy task, so in a sense, I could sympathize with someone who may need to know that if I could tread the path of difficulty and come out victorious, they could also.”
His new book, Life Is What You Make It: Seven Steps to Moving Forward, will be published on Aug. 17 by Tate Publishing. The 104-page paperback will be available through Amazon.com and other booksellers.

“As I look around I see so many people who have lost a loved one or somebody who is close to them, and they are having such a difficult time coping with the separation that …

BOOK REVIEW by Anita Finley

BOOK REVIEW: LIFE is What You Make It...
seven steps to moving forward

Author: Carl Mathis — Reviewed by Anita Finley

Carl Mathis writes about the dramatic change he experienced when suddenly his wife died. He said that he waited a long time hoping someone would come to his assistance but that didn’t really happen. And it was at that defining moment that he found out that life is what you make it, and that another cannot make your life for you. There is so much motivation on the pages of this small, but powerful book, that it requires re-reading to absorb the excellent messages. One of his chapters, “Accept the Situation” probably affects each and ever y one of us at some time of our life. Mathis continually reassures us that we have the ability to achieve anything we want or need. One should ask if hanging on to negative past events makes everyone feel better or worse?

We all know the answer, it’s just how to accomplish being positive and not letting t…

YOU HAVE THE THE POWER INSIDE YOU TO DO ANYTHING

"THE POWER LIES WITH IN YOU"

The greatest power you could ever acquire is the power to do what you want to, in the Bible its call free will. This incredible power lies inside of you. What happened is, God allows you to make any decision you want concerning you life. But you must understand that there will be consequence you will face. This consequence is control not by anyone else but you, not even God will intervene; He gives you the right away to do what you want to do. However, remember the result of your decision was you own doing, making the right decision keeps you from ever having to come to the conclusion of accepting the situation that you put yourself into.

To avoid such action in your life is to know your purpose.

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WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE MOST

Lets simplify this, what you think about the most will eventually be the dominant force in your thinking capability, this will be the result of which direction you are going to take, or whether you will accept the situation and move forward with your life.

So what you want to do is choose something that makes you smile and happy, then think about it on a daily bases.

You need to realize a few things; you are not the only one with unfortunate situation and circumstance. In most case, your situation may be small compare to others. Everyone has some kind of situation in their life. Everybody is busy with their own life. So you too need to come to the conclusion that it’s all up to you and only you that could transient your ability to do such a thing. You have the ability inside of you that can enable you to achieve anything you want or need; all you have to do is use that ability.

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE PURSUING SUCCESS

What many fail to realize is success comes with a price, and a heavy price at that. Whatever area or expertise you are pursuing will cost you plenty if you want to be succeeding at a higher level. Especially if you are doing something good that will help and improve other people lives.

If you think that the enemy will just give you free course to exceed and promote good without any interference, you are in for a heart breaker. This is why he is called the enemy, because he will throw everything, even the kitchen sink at you, so you could give up.

Okay, you want to be successful, do you know what success it?

The achievement of something planned or attempted like fame, wealth, or power. This may not be your intention, but when you are successful, these attachments come with the package.

When you are pursuing success, the strangest things seems to always come up, money problems, not enough time, my family and friends don’t agree with me, it’s to much work, I going to quit, maybe I was …