Poor Khadafy - he never made it past Colonel. In 2011 he faced a difficult situation. The nation he commanded for years was turning its back on him, much the same way a husband or wife might turn his or her back on the other spouse. Suddenly the boat of life is treading rocky waters. The thrill is gone. So is the fun. Anything could happen.
What do you do and who do you blame when things go awry? My suggestion, as tough as it may be to swallow, is to simply move on. Some things just cannot be repaired, nomatter how much you pray or cry or wish. Walk quickly, and don't look back just yet - you can look back a year from now - probably without regret.
To his credit, the Colonel tackled life as an OPTIMIST! According to a study by the Mayo Clinic, people who see life from a more negative, pessimistic viewpoint, do not live as long as their more optimistic counterparts. That includes "dictators."
If you could re-set your lifetrack, what would you do? Read "The Power of Positive Thinking?" Watch "The Secret" video?
One way to introduce some changes that may re-set your life compass is to adjust your daily
“...try to stay positive and never allow another person to change who you are.” ~ Freeley Happy
Tags: Khadafy, Happy Thinking
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