Monday, October 1, 2012


It's that time of the day when the birds have stopped chirping, the dogs have settled down to their nap, the morning chores done with, and the school buses have taken off with the neighbors' kids. And everything is quiet.

And you begin to look around you and think 'there's nothing to do'. Maybe... maybe not because I don't buy that. Even if sometimes I too use those same lines to my day and to which I bonk myself on the head with 'you can't be serious!!'.

If someone asks you 'what word is it that never runs out of anything?' The answer is --- the word 'Do!'.

You can .... do this, do that, do it now, do it later, do big, do small, do something, do anything, do everything. And even if you said 'do nothing'... still there is an energy attached to it (but that isn't what we're talking about here). The whole point meant is that the word 'do' is synonymous to 'act' ....and 'act' gives birth to 'change'.... and 'change' is the cousin of 'improve'. So then it penultimately or ultimately will lead you to some amount of improvement which could in the long run take you to whatever it is that you want to achieve.

The small do's of today added up to the small do's of tomorrow will add up to create something which you thought couldn't be ...or have believed for so long wouldn't matter. Do it everyday or every chance you can get and you will be surprised one day to see how far you have traveled or how close you are to a goal or dream. Small is the start of all big things.

To quote......
"Small and consistent actions tend to 
create small and consistent improvements." 
-- Robert Pagliarini

Do have a lovely and productive Monday. With God's blessings.


  1. There is always so much to do and so much we can do...

    1. Well said, Renu. Great to see you. Been to your blog and liked your post. Thanks for dropping by. Blessings!

  2. Ellen,

    Simple but very convincing way of telling that we must do, even a little, everyday for our goal.

    Take care

    1. Hi there, Jack! You know what, am glad that you never fail to drop by and too leave a comment or two each time. Thank you, it's appreciated.

      Sad that I cannot visit your blog because every time that I try to access your blog a message warns me that it has blocked a malicious URL. I think the matter has not been thoroughly solved up to now since that first time I informed you of it. That 'warning' does not happen in the other blogs I visit. So sad!

      Take care too and have a blessed day.


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