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Notes from the Universe

Notes from the Universe

“What started in 1998 as an email sent out weekly to 38 addresses has since blossomed into today’s daily Notes from the Universe, sent to over 350,000 subscribers in 189 countries! These Notes are brief passages written by “The Universe,” personalized with your name (and occasionally your personal goals and dreams), designed to remind you that you have, indeed, been given dominion over all things.” — Mike Dooley, www.tut.com

A good friend of mine mentioned the “Note from the Universe” to me a few years ago. At that time, I needed every bit of inspiration I could get my hands on, so I signed up. Since then, reading the daily email from Mike Dooley has become a fun and inspiring part of my morning routine.

Here’s the note I got this morning:

“In life, Ilan, you can only ever be scared, when you believe in limits. You can only ever feel lonely, when you stop doing things. You can only ever become bored, when you no longer follow your heart. And you can only ever get overwhelmed, when you think the illusions are real. Whew! Who knew it could be so easy to get back on track?”

— The Universe

“If I told you there have been no mistakes, that I understand every decision you’ve ever made, and that the challenges you’ve faced, you’ve faced for everyone, would you listen?

If I told you that what you dream of, I dream of for you, that the only things “meant to be” are what you decide upon, and that all that stands between you and the life of your dreams are the thoughts you choose to think, would you try to understand?

And if I told you that you are never alone, that there are angels who sing your name in praise, and that I couldn’t possibly be any more proud of you than I already am, would you believe me?

Would you? Even if I pulled your leg, made you blush, and winked between the lines?

Then I shall…”

The Universe (from the Foreword of Book 1)

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One Response to “Notes from the Universe”

  1. Ilan says:

    Here’s the one from today:

    “Enjoying short-term pleasures at the expense of long-term dreams is just about as silly as pursuing long-term dreams at the expense of short-term pleasures. Pursue both.”

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