I usually like to talk about things related to cash flow, a wealthy mindset, or anything dealing with breaking the "poverty spirit". Today I am going to change up a bit and talk about my incredible wife and her passion.
My wife Lisa absolutely loves horses. Without a doubt, she is a great wife and mother, but deep down in her heart, she is a cowgirl. You know, riding before she could walk, understands horses better than people, loves to touch them, smell them, hear them run, watch them play. I see her eyes shine with just the thought of horses. It's that passion and free spirit that really attracted me to her. Falling in love with this cowgirl changed my life.
Her passion for horses has helped me in ways that I am only beginning to understand. You see, many of us forget what life is about. Life is supposed to be a passionate experience...connecting, living, enjoying, laughing and crying. We limit our worth and value to a bank account or a portfolio. Have you ever had a deep, meaningful conversation with your car or house? Of course not!
Think about this and let it sink in. Live your life to the fullest! Enjoy the gift that God has given you. Look to connect with the good in others. Share the good in you. Be passionate about something! It may not be horses but it should be something that brings out a child-like faith and excitement that empowers you to make a difference in the lives of others. It's like this, if you do not find something to be passionate about, you are passionate about nothing. You tend to go through life without purpose and drive. Where is your motivation?
Get the "shine" back in your eyes.
P.S. If you are into horses, you can connect with my wife through her portable horse stalls web site.<a href="http://www.ljtrailcorral.com">