Friday, June 1, 2007


Seeds IX, 22

Seed: W.I.N.

Lou Holtz is a well-known former college football coach. He is credited with leading the University of South Carolina to victory. Applying his philosophy will go a long way toward helping us know when we need to apologize. W.I.N. is an acronym for a wonderful question, “What’s Important Now?”

So many times in life we get stuck in the past. It doesn’t matter if it’s the deep, dark, old past or the less deep, less dark, recent past—the past has passed! IF we’ll let it. Do you want to win? Ask “What’s important now?”

I think you’ll find that if you center yourself in the present what used to be so important isn’t as important now. I know I do. What was important loses its charm next to what is important now.

It’s a great philosophy for football games. Last’s week’s game? Not so important. This week’s? Crucial. Dear one, ask yourself “what’s important now?” and let go of what used to be important. The bluebird of happiness could light upon your shoulder.

Be serene,

Dr. Susan Corso

Seeds are remarkable gifts. Sown in consciousness, they bring you to the most important part of your being—your Divine Spark.

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