– Use These Precious Gifts Wisely

  • Use drugs to make you feel alive, not as an escape from life.
  • Use sex as a powerful tool to experience the depth of your feelings, not as a tool to change someone else’s.
  • Use depression to explore the reason for your existence, not as a reason to cease to exist.
  • Use obesity as a way to be proud and show who you really are, not as a cover up of your true identity.
  • Use food as a way to nourish your body, not as a way to abuse your soul.
  • Use alcohol as a way to drink in life’s riches, not as a way to lose your richness of life.
  • Use money to add pleasure to your experiences, not as the only way to experience pleasure.
  • Use personality to make other people feel good, instead of just making yourself feel good.
  • Use gossip to lift people up, not to “bring them down”.
  • Use facebook and twitter as a place to create long term relationships, not as a place to enlist the most followers.
  • Use cigarettes as a way to choose your own death consciously, not as a way to pretend you are unconscious.
  • Use addictions as a way to find a positive intent behind your actions, not as a way to define your identity.
  • Use death to inspire a life of purpose, not as the purpose of life.
  • Use rape as a way to passionately love someone, not as a way to violently hurt them.
  • Use anger as a path to bring others to power, not as a path to power over others.
  • Use fear as something to rise above, not as something that rises above you.
  • Use habits to build a solid foundation for your life, not as the scapegoat for poor choices.
  • Use your mind to expand your horizons, not as a way to limit your potential.
  • Use words to convey your own truth, not as a way to change the truth of others.
  • Use actions to demonstrate the magnificent creature you are, not to demonstrate a low self image.
  • Use crime as a way to share resources, not to take them away. (Break into someones house and leave them a gift they’ll appreciate, steal someones car, wash it, clean it and return it to them with a note of thanks and a full tank of fuel – this idea would make a terrific concept for a movie.)
  • Use pedophilia as a reason to learn how to love with all your heart, not as a way to destroy everything your heart desires.
  • Use religion to unite the world with one message, not to cause confusion with many.
  • Use attitude to express “who you really are”, not who you THINK you are.
  • Use your beliefs to show how tolerant you can be, not as a way to show inflexibility.
  • Use prolonged arguments as a reason to “breathe in your heart”, not as a reason to forget about your heart.
  • Use rock ‘n roll music as a way to enhance your life, not as a way to detract from the life of others.
  • Use cosmetic surgery as a way to start a new future, not as a way to return to the past.
  • Use mobile phones to have conversations that make people feel significant, not as a way to make others around you feel insignificant.
  • Use television as a way to experience entertainment, not as a way to experience life.
  • Use the news as leverage for change, not as a forgone conclusion.
  • Use the past to cultivate a garden of blessings, not as a place to dig up rotten carcasses.
  • Use pain to lead you in a different direction, not to hold on to and get stuck.
  • Use your partner as if they are the greatest gift, not as if they owe you a gift.
  • Use heart-break to know you’ve experienced great love, not as an excuse to close down your feelings.
  • Use your children as if they give you a reason for living, not as if they need to give reasons to be worthy of love.
  • Use abortion as a way to remove distress, not as a way to replace carelessness.
  • Use marriage as a way to allow the other greater freedom to be themselves, not as a way to remove their freedom.
  • Use right and wrong to define your OWN path, not as a way to define the path of others.
  • Use peace to create freedom inside yourself, not as something you fight for in order to obtain.
  • Use war as a way to seek better resolutions, not as a way to force a solution.
  • Use business to break down international barriers, not to build more walls.
  • Use euthanasia to promote free will, not as a way to remove choice.
  • Use meditation as a way to view the world as “one”, not as a way to make yourself superior.
  • Use exercise as a way to experience health on all levels, not as a way to display an obsession.
  • Use “passion for a particular cause” to demonstrate quietly what needs to be done, not as something to protest loudly about.
  • Use cancer and disease as a springboard to change, not as something you struggle with in order to stay the same.
  • Use age to grow in wisdom, not to shrink in dissatisfaction.
  • Use faith to change YOUR SELF, not to change others.
  • Use knowledge to teach others to be teachers, not simply to attract the most students.
  • Use wisdom to leave a legacy for the future, not as something you keep to yourself.
  • Use love to change the world … and to know it as perfect … just the way it is … that you are perfect … just the way you are … that everything happens at the right time and for the right reasons … for nothing is ever truly right or wrong OR good or bad, unless you declare it so.
  • Go forth and use these gifts and other great gifts you’ve been given, for the highest good of all.


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    About The Author: 

    Elizabeth currently lives on The Gold Coast Of Australia and is a mother, teacher, business developer and author of the International Best Seller 500 Confessions. She worked as a Professional Counsellor, has trained to lead Group Therapy Workshops, attended many seminars by Robert Kiyosaki (world renowned best selling author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad), studied Strategic Intervention with Anthony Robbins and Cloé Madanes and is a certified Rebirth Practitioner (Australian Institute Of Rebirthing). These days Elizabeth enjoys a life of total luxury but still plays as a writer professional photographer and web designer. Her passion for living, loving and laughing, remains at the forefront of her focus.

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