Checklist – personal

June 11th, 2009 by Admin

Get still, then get busy

First get still, then get busy


Most people have personal goals and responsibilities they need to keep track of.    Some of these are optional.    But there are some things that by nature we need to do just be content and prosperous.      One deep need is to be still, calm, at rest.

That’s when we fly in dreams, in our contemplation.     In our inward flights we get perspective, see forward and all around us.   It’s when answers come to our questions, and when solutions become obvious.

Personal checklist

meditate / pray


planning and review

personal care

good nutrition


build / maintain relationships

kindness to other beings / service

increase skill or knowledge

maintenance – home, business

social activity

creative time / hobbies



June 11th, 2009 by Admin

taking care of business

taking care of business

“What gets measured gets managed”    author unknown

“A short pencil is better than a long memory”   author unknown

“Dost thou love life?  Then waste not time, because time is the stuff life is made of.”   Ben Franklin

 ”Intuitive knowledge is developed through the use of the discriminative faculty when there is one-pointed concentration on moments and their succession”.       Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.


“For every minute spent in organizing, an hour is gained”

“Don’t count every hour, make every hour count”

“A stitch in time saves nine.”

“Yesterday is a canceled check.   Tomorrow is a promisory note.   Today is the only cash you have so spend it wisely”.   Kay Lyons

   “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”       Steve Jobs

     “Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.”

    ”You can get more money but you cannot get more time”     John Rohn

     Defer no time.    Delays have dangerous ends.”    Shakespeare

    ”Time is the justice that examines all offenders.”    Shakespeare

“We say we waste time, but that is impossible.  We waste ourselves”   Alice Booth

“Time is the cruelest teacher.  First she gives the test, then she gives the lesson”

“Time heals what reason cannot”.  Seneca