We have three choices in life â€“ be a sacred memory, be a hell memory, or just be completely forgotten. We can be positively remembered, negatively remembered, or deleted like a virus-infected file.
The difference between what you remember and what you forget is the extent of the impact made, good or bad. You remember the experiences that stick out and throw out what doesnâ€™t. What you hold sacred is carried forever. What you donâ€™t hold sacred is dropped.
Every experience is human-based. Humans make or break the experience. We can be part of making a sacred experience, a hell experience, or a completely forgettable experience.
The most important scoreboard is the one that counts sacred memories and hell memories. Nothing is more important because your present will be one or the other. If your present doesnâ€™t become a sacred memory, youâ€™ve wasted an opportunity to lift others and lift yourself. If you canâ€™t remember anything thatâ€™s sacred today, youâ€™ve wasted a chance to run up the score.
I wasted too much time being pissed off at work. I wasted too much time pissed off at things that were never worth the time, effort, focus, or energy. One of my objectives is to keeping adding sacred memories instead of hell memories. It starts at the top with mindset.
I recorded a solo podcast to remind me about what matters and what doesnâ€™t. Sacred memories donâ€™t just happen. Nothing just happens. You make sacred memories happen. You play your part in making your memories sacred instead of hell.
New Blunt Talk â€ª#â€ŽPodcast episode – Sacred Memories with host Gino Arcaro at www.BluntTalk.Libsyn.com
Blessings & all good things.
Gino Arcaro M.Ed., B.Sc., Level 3 NCCP (Natâ€™l Coaching Certification Program)
Head coach â€“ Niagara X-Men Football
Owner â€“ X Fitness Inc.
Blogs – www.GinoArcaro.com and www.SWATFootball.ca