Make it, don’t Take it!

“Make it, don’t Take it!”

“Don’t be Taken by Taking!”

I was on the phone yesterday with a friend who is challenged with addictions to substances.

I was sharing with him what had come to me over the years that exercise and the resultant internal generation of endorphins and such constituted enabling, internal, creation of good, good feeling, drugs.  Further went on to contrast this with taking external drugs and how this was disabling, expensive, destructive, enslaving, and addicting leading to myriad losses of money, work, health, family, home, food, and friends.

Also talked about how the Light, Love, and Joy of Jesus, God, and The Holy Spirit is overarching our lives from conception through death into eternity.  That this amazing Agape Love combined with making of the internal drugs dwarfed any addictions.

As we were talking it came to me that the boiled down sound bite was “Make it, don’t Take it!”  When I shared that, he really liked it and asked if he could use that saying.  I said of course and wanted to float it out in case it would help others.

Subsequently had the other sound bite above come to me too of “Don’t be Taken by Taking!”

Hope they help.

Ummmmmmm and afterwards also thought that it kind of made sense for the budget balancing battles.  Much more better to lighten the tax and regulation loads and kindle the economy to flourish and then have real made money to share versus taking to the point of stripping money of any meaning.

Dual Tasking, Dual Meaning, for dual duels.

I Love You and so does Jesus, God, and The Holy Spirit as well as Mother Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint Anthony, and Saint Anne as well as Your Guardian Angel, all the Holy Angels, and all the Holy Saints whether you like it or not and whether you know it or not with each beat of heart.  😉

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