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Hello Community, May your days be most fantastic. We must take time to acknowledge our blessings. I know the world activities can get us in such a dizziness, we sometimes forget WE ARE BLESSED!!

So take minute and share your acknowledgment with people you care for and people you may have just meet.

WE are in the PEOPLE Business, First and Foremost.

We can share our blessing with enthusiasm, for we operate from abundance and not scarcity, We Know we will Reap the Seeds we Plant, so we plant good seeds.

We know that the Power of God flows through us, awaiting our instructions. That this power has no limit except the limit we place on it.

That with faith the size of a mustard seed and placing that faith to WORK, we can accomplish great things.

That is not over UNTIL it is Over and It Aint Over til we Say SO!!!!!

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Juniques www.jussuccess.com
Everything Starts With Attitude



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AHHH THAT WAS SO SWEET AND THOUGHTFUL RICKEY TO COMPOSE AND SHARE THAT WITH THE COMMUNITY.
WE ALL ARE TRULY BLESSED AND WE DO GIVE THANKS.

Thank you Rickey, that was beautiful
It is good to reflect upon thankful thoughts. It is even better to continually put thankfulness into action.
The way to be truly and fully thankful for what you have is to put it to use. Abundance grows more abundant when it is exercised.

Life's great and wonderful blessings are not for hoarding. They are for living.

What's important is not how much or how little you have. What's important is what you do with it.

You won't find richness in the objects of your desire. True richness comes in the living, dynamic expression and fulfillment of those desires.

Be genuinely thankful for your good fortune by applying that good fortune in an authentic, purposeful direction. Make good use of life's goodness, and there is no limit to how valuable it can grow.

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