Tuesday, October 12, 2010

A successful Spotting

Last night I came out of a Beverly Hills restaurant and there standing at the valet service was the most interesting man in the world. He was handsome, sophisticated and every bit the part. My step daughter and my husband were as thrilled as me to spot him. After all he is the most interesting man in the world. Now what is it he drinks?

No matter what he does he does it perfectly. Everyone is in awe of him. Everyone knows him and no one knows his name but it doesn’t matter because he is the most interesting man in the world. He’s so cool he even impresses himself. But it’s not his ego – he just is most interesting man in the world.

Aren’t we all interesting in our own right? And isn’t being interesting a matter of attitude? Yesterday someone I know cried to me that she was lonely and that no one would want to be with her. I reminded her that she had plenty to give and that a nice man would see her worth but first she had to believe it herself. We’ve all been in a place where we’ve felt uninteresting and unattractive; sometimes worthless and afraid. How do you account for value when it comes to a human being? Value is found in being and not in the accumulation of money or status.

What makes the most interesting man in the world interesting is that he is full of adventure. He is game for anything and confident that he can master it. Creating adventure in your life whether large or small makes you interesting. So open up and enjoy your life and become the most interesting person you know!

Doctor Lynn


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