Watching an emotional battle
- Make that big impression
- What about the events in your world
- Will probably not improve your life
- Big events are out to control your life
- Two things that you must ask yourself…
Watching an emotional battle. Everybody knows about the major world events going on today. Overshadowing everything is the Super Bowl, the epitome of sports fanatics’ time of the year.
Companies spend multi-millions of dollars just to get people’s attention for a 30 to 60 second commercial slot. Some companies spend their entire advertising budget on one commercial hoping to make that big impression.
What about the events in your world – your tiny world? What is it that is taking up most of your time and attention? Is it an illness you are facing, or is it a new job you are seeking so you can take care of your family, is it worrying about another family member and people you care for? It can be these and many much things.
Do you see the difference in these world events? The big world events are striving to fill up all your time and attention, and at those commercial breaks, get you to do something that will probably not improve your life. Buy a new car or truck, eat at different restaurants, dress in a certain type of clothing, drink this alcoholic beverage and eat that type of junk food.
It seems that the big events are out to control your life if you let them; while the small events in your everyday life are the ones that actually do control you. You get to the point where there isn’t any more time left in the day for any new world events, large or small, to enter your life. This is what causes the despair and discouragement in your life.
Two things that you must ask yourself;
- Is this life worth living the way I’m doing it?
- You must address each event in your life and the emotion it’s causing you individually and allow us to help you replace the pain, fear, and disappointment with hope and a clear direction for you from here on out.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: If you let events control your life you won’t have any time to enjoy your life.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because on Super Bowl Sunday, millions, perhaps hundreds of millions of people will be distracted for an entire day watching a highly emotional battle while being bombarded with commercials that all tell you that you are lacking something.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You must reevaluate your choices of entertainment and addiction so you can find some new ways that help you evolve rather than allowing yourself to remain stuck.
COMMENTARY: These sporting events are loaded with emotions; the battle on the field, the winners and losers, the injuries, the commercials, the indulgence of food and drink, and the bets. It’s the highs and lows that people thrive on. It’s all about the distractions that turn into addictions that run your life. It’s these ultimate distractions that keep you stuck in the same place, year after year. Same time, same place, same habits, same addictions equal the same destiny. No wonder these people feel so tired and frustrated.