“In order to get the most out of life we need to use our time wisely. That means living in the present, focusing on new challenges, creating positive experiences, envisioning a future full of hope, and enthusiastically viewing the world with optimism.” —Judith Land
The older we become the faster life seems to pass. When we were young our early years were filled with new experiences and first-time events, but when we begin to repeat the same events, go to the same places and do the same things, our memories become less distinct and the days and years seem to uneventfully go whizzing by. Perhaps, the key to slowing down the psychological pace of life is the need to engage ourselves in new and unique experiences, much as we did when we were young.
Behind every adoption story there is a potential book, play or movie. Why not make a commitment to create a purpose-driven-life for yourself by building an optimistic view of the future; surrounding yourself with happy individuals; going on a quest to discover your ancestry; and writing your own memoir or novel. Tell the world what makes your adoption story special and your kith and kin unique. Go for the gusto! Think of the glory! Experience a positive sense of achievement by accomplishing something out of the ordinary.
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