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March 28, 2006

Create Your Own Miracles

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 10:26 am

maybe a MOVE to Steamboat might be possible

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Create Your Own Miracles
Eight steps to bringing wonderful experiences into your life.
By Michael C. Rann and Elizabeth Rann Arrott
“Are there really miracles?” Yes, of course, there are. All of us have heard of miracles in the form of physical healings that cannot be explained by medical science. There are also miracles when the perfect solution presents itself at just the right time. There are miracles when some action taken by a person puts him or her in just the right place and results in a greater good than ever seemed possible. There are miracles in finding the perfect job, the perfect mate, and/or money when it’s most needed.

Miracles happen through natural and normal circumstances, and the “new science” of quantum physics is proving that we are–every one of us–already wired for miracles. The reality is that every one of us can consciously take control and work to create a miracle or miracles in our lives. We are not victims of a random existence in a confusing and possibly hostile world. Life is for us, not against us. Not only is it possible to experience a dramatic healing or find the perfect solution to our problems, but it’s also possible to express the dream or desire that we haven’t dared pursue up to now and to learn how to bring such wonderful experiences into our lives more often.

To help get you started on the path of creating your own miracle, here are eight simple steps…

Be very clear.
You need to be very clear about the miracle you desire – about the good you want in your world. As you clearly visualize or imagine your miracle, focus only on the end result of what you want, not the means by which it comes about. Let the “how” be up to the Infinite Intelligence that’s working for you in response to your thinking.

Expect the best.
We tend to attract that which we love, fear, or steadily expect. So expect the best, even when negative circumstances appear–in fact, especially when they appear. When we expect less than what we want, we get less than what we want. Remind yourself that you do deserve the good you desire. You deserve it by the right of your very existence. Consciously and consistently expect that everything is working to your greatest and highest good.

Let go of fear.
Fear is faith in something negative. Be watchful about your thinking. Your thoughts magnetically attract others like themselves. When you think negatively, your mind will go on a stream-of-consciousness journey into all sorts of related realms of negativity until you consciously stop yourself. All of this will block your miracle. Of course, you can’t eliminate every single negative thought for the rest of your life. But all you need is 51% faith and your life will begin to turn in the right direction. When you realize this truth, you will begin to feel empowered, and your faith will become more and more self-generating.

Open your mind to all possibilities.
When we open to a greater flow of Universal Power and Intelligence in our world, we also need to let go of the way we want it. Although miracles always unfold in a very natural manner, they often come through unexpected channels. Whenever we hold tight, mentally or physically, to having things unfold “our way,” we run the risk of delaying our good, diminishing it or even blocking it all together. “What” is up to you. “How” is up to Spirit.

March 27, 2006

Life of a Cab Driver

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 4:54 am

the rolling ministry……….

There was a time in my life twenty years ago when I was driving a cab for a living. It was a cowboy’s life, a gambler’s life, a life for someone who wanted no boss, constant movement, and the thrill of a dice roll every time a new passenger got into the cab.

What I didn’t count on when I took the job was that it was also a ministry. Because I drove the night shift, my cab became a rolling confessional. Passengers would climb in, sit behind me in total anonymity, and tell me of their lives. I encountered people whose lives amazed me, ennobled me, made me laugh and made me weep.

yep, this is why we drive!

Skibare

March 23, 2006

On Vacation for a Week Skiing

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 9:59 pm

I will be taking the Week off till March 30th next Thursday for some much needed R&R Skiing!

March 20, 2006

VOIP, Level3 , and a Taxi

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 10:07 pm

an amazing day today in the markets with Level3 UP 11%!!! Skiing was great today at Eldora for a wonderful SPRING skiing…………about 10 inches new powder
Skibare

March 16, 2006

Taking Spring Break off to go Skiing

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 11:12 am

I will be OUT of the Taxi over CU Spring Break………..when the CU students leave, I leave! and Great Snow is coming to the Rockies for Spring Break!

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March 15, 2006

Driving the Taxi Cab in Boulder

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 11:05 am

everyone wants to know ”’WHAT its like to drive a taxi Cab in Boulder””………..well, its a Granola Love-IN, a drunken CU student, a handicapped older lady…………its a smorgasboard of LIFE, culture, stories, and interaction with a LOT of different people! I like the short duration of touching others lives through stories, laughs, or jokes…………..I just try and treat everyone like I would like to be treated if I was getting in somebody elses taxi!!! PS I even shower every day and speak perfect (well southern slang) English!
Skibare

Skiing was GREAT at Winter Park on Monday an pretty much blew at Copper on Tuesday======too many KSU Human Gates laying on the slopes!!! BUT, I did ””SKI”’ pretty well no matter how many KSU grads I almost ran over on the slopes…………..BIG 12 HUMAN Gate Running !

March 12, 2006

The Four Drunken Stooges of Boulder

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 3:22 pm

My last trip of the evening was the highlight of my shift=====the Four Drunken Stooges of Boulder!
You had Moe, Curly , Larry, and Mr Pass Out………..one sleeping silent idiot, one mumbling “”I got to Pee Drunken Curly, Larry, the lets get FOOD idiot, and Mr Pass Out who was out quicker than you could say ‘””STOP SNORING””‘!!! What a bunch of goons back from Steamboat skiing and way too whacked to get behind the wheel! Thank God they were in a cab and NOT behind the wheel!
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One Last Skiing Vacation

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 2:58 pm

I am taking today off to rest and tomorrow to go Skiing……..looking forward to some good time away and some great Spring Skiing with plenty of new fresh powder!! Spring Break for CU students is less than two weeks away!! I need a TRIP to MOAB also to recharge the Batteries! MOAB in the SPRING is suppose to be to DIE for! Hope I dont Die on one of those Slick rocks riding my bike!!!

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Blogging is the New Business Card of Tomorrow HERE TODAY!

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 9:45 am

everyone ASKS Me that calls me for a ride, “”HOW DID YOU get to be Number ONE in Yahoo”””??????
its a SECRET and this website will SELF DESTRUCT if I told ya======call me for a RIDE and I will share my dirty little secret of HOW I infiltrated YAHOO Internal Spyders and planted the “”BUG FOOD””” for my rise to top of YAHOO Numero UNO Baby!

1. Blogging software will be integrated with our other software. Calacanis started off the discussion about the ways in which blogging has infiltrated our information channels on every front. “Blogging has become our new business card,” he said. “Devices are getting easier to use.” Bloggers put out their viewpoints and outlooks, making it easier for readers to get to know them and their convictions.

2. Video blogging technology is becoming more practical for more people. Calacanis doesn’t foresee a big demand for video blogging- or is that vlogging? Why? Quality can be a big factor in its popularity. Video blogging isn’t for the creatively challenged. He posed a what-if example: Suppose a group of 10 video bloggers is covering one event, and one of those video bloggers is director Martin Scorcese. Which video do you think will be better than the other nine? Mastering the technology takes a certain skill level, Calacanis said. While blogging is getting easier, the rumor going around that “everyone is blogging” simply isn’t true. But we can expect blogging devices to get easier to use. People like the self- publishing process.

3. Voice over IP (VoIP) will develop more applications. Pulver focused on the notion of “purple minutes”-i.e., the ability to work with existing communications and Web technologies that add value through Web add-on capabilities. Think about the concept of a mobile phone that can automatically send a message to a spouse when the plane lands when he/she is traveling on business. With GPS data currently being defined, we have the ability to track someone who’s willing to be tracked. PC-to-PC calls, anyone?

March 10, 2006

Can Boulder Taxi make the USA TODAY??

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 11:26 am

will Kevin Maney write a story on a Taxi Driver reselling VOIP????? Well, it AINT the Wall Street Journal BUT I will settle for the USA TODAY!
skibare

“””Give me the Wall Street Journal or Give me DEATH””’
PatrickHenrySkibare

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