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Enter The Dragon.


As you sow, so shall you reap.

Since ancient times, the dragon has always been a symbol of power, strength and good luck. Thus, we can expect this year, the Year of the Dragon, filled with tremendous opportunities and great achievements. But, as always, all gains will require effort and hard work on our part. However, we can also expect the Dragon, to bring along its set of problems as well.

I believe giving of the best is always selfless and unconditional. If we give our best, then the best comes to us.

Be mindful, as you sow, so shall you reap.Β Happiness in the self is sustainable only by having good feelings for others. Where there are no bad feelings, ill-intentions or negative reactions even when we are challenged or criticized by others.

Your life is what you make of it. I reckon you are always stronger than you think you are. You have courage you do not recognize until you need it. And, you are equal to challenges that you have not even imagined yet. In a nutshell, you are the master of yourself, your feelings and your emotions.

Warmest Wishes and God Bless.



  1. Visionkeeper says:

    Right you are Michael!!! You get back what you give out. Just like we need food to survive, our souls need food as well only soul food is love of self and others and following ones path. Souls are starving everywhere. I hope people get the message soon and embrace life with an open heart. Thanks for your words. Blessings…VK πŸ™‚

  2. It came in so handy in time… a good reminder.. what one needs these days to revamp the spirit… thanks

  3. So nice to hear from you again Michael. Have a blessed Week! πŸ˜€

  4. Visionkeeper says:

    Michael…I meant to ask you…Where do you get the link for the genuine blogger award you nominated me for a while back? I need an address to put in but I don’t want to use yours…..VK

  5. Beautifully said Michael.. I read/heard somewhere that ‘In life God only gives us the burdens that we can bear’… That is something to think about, isn’t it?

  6. Good to see another post from you Micheal! God Bless πŸ™‚

  7. lesleehare says:

    Thank you for this inspiring post, Michael πŸ™‚
    I’ve enjoyed reading about Dragons lately, and really appreciate the perspective you share. It really resonates for me!

  8. Hi Michael,

    Great to see you back… with your usual positivity.I believe sustainable happiness comes from a space of strong personal internal commitments. When you synergise with your passions, you give out your best, unconditionally and selflessly. And such unconditional giving-out actions open the doors of opportunity to new roads to happiness.

    It was from a similar journey of self discovery and actualisation that I wrote a recent blog titled, ” I AM….”. Appreciate if you check it out at :


    Cheers and God bless.


  9. bibuji says:

    Hi! Nice to see you again!

  10. Michael says:

    Welcome back Bibuji. Hope you are re-settling well by now. Regards. !!!

  11. Jane Thorne says:

    Hello Michael…I agree with your beautifully written post….we are the captains of our ship…happy sailing to you Jane x

  12. Yes, it’s even possible to face adversity with a positive attitude – though I’m better at it some times than others.
    Thanks for the reminder πŸ˜‰

    • Michael says:

      Bela, It is always a delight to have you visiting and commenting. Thank You for the reminder and have another great day Bela. Warmest Wishes. !!!

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