Monday, 1 September 2014

The Scroll Marked IV - (I am Nature's Greatest Miracle)

I am nature's greatest miracle.

Since the beginning of time never has there been another with my mind, my heart, my eyes, my ears, my hands, my hair, my mouth. Non that came before, not that live today, and none that come tomorrow can walk and talk and move and think exactly like me. All me are my brothers yet I am different from each. I am a unique creature.

Although I am of the animal kingdom, animal rewards alone will not satisfy me. Within me burns a flame which has been passed from generations uncounted and its heat is a constant irritation to my spirit to become better than I am, and I will. I will fan this flame of dissatisfaction and proclaim my uniqueness to the world.

Non can duplicate my bruch strokes, none can make my chisel marks, non can duplicate my handwriting, non can produce my child, and in truth, non has the ability to seel exactly as I. Henceforth, I will capitalize on this difference for it is an asset to be promoted to the fullest.

I am nature's greatest miracle.

Vain attempts to imitate others no longer will I make. Instead will I place my uniqueness on display in the market-place. I will proclaim it, yea, I will sell it. I will begin now to accent my differences; hid my similarities. So too will I apply this principle to the goods I sell. Salesman and goods, different from all others, and proud of the differences.

I am a unique creature of nature.

I am rare, and there is value in all rarity; therefore, I am valuable. I am the end product of thousands of years of evolution; therefore, I am better equipped in both mind and body than all the emperors and wise men who preceded me.

But my skills, my mind, my heart, and my body will stagnate, rot and die lest I put them to good use. I have unlimitted potential. Only a small protion of my brain do I employ; only a paltry amount of my muscles do I flex.  A hundredfold or more can I increase my accomplishments of yesterday and this I will do, beginning today.

Nevermore will I be satisfied with yesterday's accomplishments nor will I indulge, anymore, in self-praise for deeds which in reality are too small to even acknowledge. I can accomplish far more than I have, and I will, for why should the miracle which produced me end with my birth? Why can I not extend that miracle to my deeds of today?

I am nature's greatest miracle.

I am not on this earth by chance. I am here for a purpose and that purpose is to grow into a mountain, not to shrink to a grain of sand. Henceforth will I apply all my efforts to become the highest mountain of all and I will strain my potential until it cries for mercy.

I will increase my knowledge of mankind, myself, and the goods I sell, thus my sales mill multiply. I will practice, and improve, and polish the words I utter to sell my goods, for this is the foundation on which I will build my career and success with only sales talk, deliverd with excellence. Also will I seek constantly to improve my manners and graces, for they are the sugar to which all are attached.

I am nature's greatest miracle.

I will concetrate my energy on the challenge of the moment and my action will help me forget all else. The problames of my home will be left in my home. I will think naught of my family when I am in the market place for this will clould my thoughts. So too will the problems of the market place be left in the market place and I will think naught of my profession when I am in my home for this will dampen my love.

There is no room in the market place for family, nor is there room my home for the market. Each I will divorce from the other and, thus will I remain wedded to both. Separate must they remain or my career will dies. This is a paradox of the ages.

I am nature's greatest miracle.

I have been given eyes to see and a mind to think and now I know a great secret of life for I perceive, at last, that ll my problems, discouragements, and heartaches are, in truth, great opportunities in disguise. I will no longer be fooled by the garment they wear for my eyes are open. I will look beyond the the cloth and I will not be deceived.

I am nature's greatest miracle.

No beast, not plant, no wind. no rain, no rock, no lake had the same beginning as I, for I was conceived in love and brought forth with a purpose. I the past I have not considered this fact but it will henceforth shape and guide my life.

I am nature's greatest miracle.

And nature knows not defeat. Eventually, she emerges victorious and so will I, and with each victory the next struggle becomes less difficult.

I will win, and I will become a great salesman, for I am unique.

I am nature's greatest miracle. 

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