Posted by John | Filed under Steve's Corner
Being There is a 1979 comedy-drama film featuring Peter Sellers as a middle-aged man who lives in the townhouse of an old, wealthy man in Washington D.C.
He seems simple-minded and has lived there his whole life tending the garden. Other than gardening, his knowledge is derived entirely from what he sees on television.
When his benefactor dies, Chance is forced to leave and discovers the outside world for the first time.
“IT’S A WHOLE NEW WORLD OUT THERE….sound familiar?
Chance’s simplistic utterances about gardens are interpreted as statements about business and the state of the economy.
See it is very simple.
Well, one of my favorite lines in the movie is:
“Life is a state of mind.”
Wow, simple-minded yet so true!
Lets all go there now and never leave.
We can live our live’s from that mindset.
We can predicate our behavior on that reality, not the illusions that now surround us.
Filter every thought, question, and answer from there.
Let your focus shift and be there!
Dwelling from, not upon, the space you want to inherit is the fastest way to change absolutely everything.
Change is among us folks!
See the difference?
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