My dog my master

My dog my master

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My dog my master. I know it!

What kind of relationship does that sound like to you? If your answer is not a very good one, then you may be interested to learn that, despite the name, you and your dog are not always on the same side. While you may be sure that your dog has a master, it turns out that sometimes she is not very sure about you.

I remember a friend of mine telling me this little story about one of his dogs that he had rescued. The dog had been in a shelter for months and his former owner had not been the only person that he had come in contact with. He had been a house pet who had lived with people for years, even becoming a family pet. And then one day he came to live with this new family and started to trust the owner, who had been nice to him and given him treats. But the owner had been going through a hard time in her life at the time, and although she loved the dog, she did not know what to do with it. So when the right moment came, she found a puppy that she could give to the dog and let him go. And the dog stayed with his new family, who adopted him.

But the dog had made the mistake of asking his new master, “Do you love me?”

When he said yes, the dog was deeply upset. He started to cry and told him, “But I don’t deserve it.”

His master was stunned, because it made him wonder. Was the dog asking, “Why do you have me?”

The answer was that his new master did not have to give him to him, but instead he could have given the dog to someone else. The dog was very grateful, and in return, he had given his master a gift that his former owner could not: he had taught his new owner to love him.

When the next owner, the dog’s next master, left him, he was devastated and asked if his master still loved him. The new master knew that he did and promised that he would. That way, the dog trusted him. And when he left him, the new master had been the kind of owner who could let the dog go, and it was time for him to move on.

It’s a difficult time to leave someone you love, whether it is a spouse, a friend, a parent or a pet. But the moment is coming. We may not like it, but at some point it is going to be time to say good-bye.

There is an old Chinese saying: “People come and people go, but people never go and people never come.”

You know that your dog will be upset, that he has been your best friend. You know that he may be jealous when you leave, that he will miss you terribly. But you also know that he will make the adjustment.

A dog’s love is unconditional. It doesn’t change depending on who is around, who is a friend or a family member. He loves us all the same. This is why it is so important to love him back.

We spend so much time living life, pursuing our dreams, building our careers, raising our children, keeping up with our social life and doing the things that we love. The truth is, we are the kind of people who never stop living.

We are constantly moving forward in our lives. That’s because life never stops, no matter how busy we are. That’s the magic of it all. That is why we spend so much time running here and there, doing this and that, and going to work. We are just trying to live life to the fullest.

But the truth is, in the end, it doesn’t matter where we go, how many things we do, how many people we meet, how long we work or how busy we are. We are all still moving forward.

In other words, we are moving forward through life. We are never really stopping. No matter what.

In the last 25 years of running my own company, I have seen this truth come to life in my company, my clients, my life and in the lives of my clients. Life does not stop. We keep moving forward.

So how do we stop and just live life?

We stop when we are no longer moving.

We stop when we give up our dreams.

We stop when we give up our faith.

We stop when we stop believing in ourselves and our abilities.

And in my clients and life, when we stop believing, we also stop growing.

This is when all the good things in our life start disappearing. The more we rely on something, the more it is demanded of us. We put all our energy into it, and then the more we need it.

When you stop believing in something, the magic disappears.

When you stop believing in yourself, the magic starts disappearing.

When you stop believing in other people, the magic starts disappearing.

When you stop believing in your ability to change something in your life, the magic disappears.

And what is the magic?

We move forward through life with our eyes open and our heart and our mind open to the things that happen to us.

When we are open, the magic happens.

And what keeps us open is:

Our faith

Our values

Our vision

Our belief in something bigger than ourselves.

So where do you see yourself in the next 25 years?

How do you want your life to be?

What can you create?

What can you see?

What can you do?

I don't think I have the answers to these questions. I can only ask them.

And I have to start thinking about them now.

Because when I look back 25 years from now, I don't want to have to tell my kids that all of these great dreams I had when I was their age, I never followed through on.

But I need to dream.

So now, as we speak, I am on a trip with God, and I am not going to worry about being somewhere, or doing something, or having something in the future.

What if there is no future?

What if there is only the present, and God?

What if this is the only thing that really matters?

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## Day 7

We Are Never as Alone as We Think We Are

WE ARE NEVER as alone as we think we are.

When we are alone, it doesn't matter how many people are with us.

We need only ourselves to be a real company, a real company in spirit.

When you feel alone, it is simply because you are not sharing your life with anyone.

If someone was dying, and you were told that you had only a few minutes to live, do you think you could come up with enough courage to tell them that? Do you think you would tell the truth, not sugar-coat it?

You would probably say something along the lines of, "I have a lot of regrets and things I would like to share with you, but it will be over too quickly. So here's a brief list of things I would like you to know if it were just you and I in the world together."

Well, we are never as alone as we think we are.

And this is good news.

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