• Return Ticket

    ‘Return Ticket’ is about being aware that we will not be here in this body forever. When we travel, the date of our departure is always in our mind and we work around that date with regard to our sightseeing and shopping plans.  So too, we constantly need to have the thought on the back burner of our mind that at some point we will be returning home.  We may not know the date, but we do need to be mentally prepared.

  • Resist and it Persists

    So next time you suspect that life is trying to show you something, stop, look and listen carefully. ‘Life’ only has our best interests at heart, and it may serve us well to listen. But, like a good friend, if we resist the first time, it will persist until we learn our lesson!

  • Follow Your Dream

    So the message is loud and clear: dare to dream, go for what you want, take some risks, and you may just end up living your dream! 

    There is an inscription I have on a plaque in my home which reads ‘Footprints in history were not made by sitting down’.  So get up. get going… and follow that dream!

  • God is Not Idle!

    God is ready and willing to give to all.  His treasure store is abundant and overflowing. He has whatever and what every soul needs.  He is the Ultimate One Stop Shop!  So let us connect with Him, with love, as often as we can.  Feel His vibe of power, love and light, and stay in that loving awareness throughout the day.

  • Staying Cool Wins the Game

    Focus and concentration are important in anything we want to win at, not just tennis.  Staying calm is the secret.  That means managing our thoughts, and most of all staying positive.  The game is never over ‘til the end.  And especially in tennis we have seen how it can turn around quite easily.

  • It’s Just Projection… 

    Stay positive and life is much lighter. We can use our feelings and emotions to guide us through situations. Sometimes we need patience and we need to give ourselves encouragement. But most of all be aware: In this situation how much of this ‘stuff’ is mine? (In which case I need to deal with it) and how much of it is the other person’s ‘stuff’? (In which case I don’t need to take it on board.)