17 Aug


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“If you love something, set it free; if it comes back it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was.” - Richard Bach

If you love what you are doing, do everything that you humanly can each day and then let go.

Force negates.

Let go of the money, the people, the issues, and everything else.

As you attempt to force the effort, the effect of what you desire moves further and further away from you.

If what you desire is truly yours, it will manifest right on time and right on schedule. It always does but you do have to let go.

The desired images displayed on the screen of our mind by our thoughts molds and shapes our physical world 86,400 seconds of each glorious day.

In order to tune into the exact frequency of your favorite radio station, you have to be very precise.

If your favorite station is 91.7, tuning it to 91.6 or 91.8 will not work.

What we desire and deserve in our life works exactly the same way!

Be precise.

Fuzzy images are not easily manifested into your life experience but crystal clear images in full brilliant color are.

Don’t hang on to something that is not working.

Do everything that is humanly possible and then let go.

Maybe it’s that job, relationship, issue, disagreement, and so on.

Agree to disagree and move on.

Being stuck really sucks and no one wants to be purposely stuck.

Familiarity breeds boredom unless it is injected with spontaneity from time to time.

Change it up.

Doing so will create new thoughts, new feelings, new actions and ultimately new results.

Think of that beautiful butterfly.

If it returns, it was always yours.

Forty-two years ago, I wrote this song Live Life that describes the latter.



Words & music by Franco Cianflone

Performed by Maria Loscerbo Firenze, Italia

Copyright 1978

“How long are you gonna take to come around?

How long is it gonna take for love?

I’ve been waiting for months and months

Time and time again

Nothing seems so real since you’ve gone your way

Why did you have to go and did you find what you’re searching for?

Baby, my babe

Live life and love, touch someone, and share

Be real and see that someone does care for you

For all the times I cared for you with unconditional love

You left me with a child in hand to care for and guide

What we had and didn’t have doesn’t matter any more

Find your path to happiness, someday you’ll see

Love begins within you and happiness is real

Baby, my babe”

Now, let go and live life.

Carpe Momentum

Franco Cianflone


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