I Want….



I want to wake up every morning with a smile on my face.

I want to be happy.

I want to be loved.

I want to love unconditionally.

I want to be loved unconditionally.

I want a beautiful smile.

A big smile.

I want to be successful.

I want to be healthy.

I want to promote health.

I want to live in a world where my nieces and nephews and their children don’t have to get ulcers worrying about the environment.

I want world peace.

I want to be missed when I go away.

And I want to miss the people I love.

I want to cry at movies.

I want to spend money on my family and friends.

I want my family and friends to be happy.

I want to be forgiven.

I want the world to forgive each other.

I want us to look at each other and say hey, what the heck you made a mistake, and that’s ok.

I want to make mistakes.

I want to learn from my mistakes.

I want someone to have my back.

I want someone to catch me when I fall.

I want to fall.

I want to get up from falling.

I want so squeeze everything out of this life that I have.

I want people to know that everything is going to be fine, no matter what.

I want to be there with an extended hand to help you up.

I want to cry because sometimes life hurts.

I want to hurt because that is also a part of life.

I want to go for brunch with friends.

I want to sit around and talk for hours about absolutely nothing.

I want to bask in the sun,

I want to walk in the rain.

I want to get ice cold so that I can feel the pleasure of warming up.

I want to eat spaghetti.

I want that last piece of cheese cake.

I want to feel the wind on my face.

I don’t want people to forget me when I am gone.

I want to go to Bhutan and see what the view is like from a man made bird nest.

I want o go to Bahrain and wear a burka.

I want to go to Jerusalem to see the Wailing Wall.

I want to know how many liters of tears a single person sheds in a lifetime, a short lifetime a medium lifetime and a long lifetime.

I want to be around when a cure for cancer is discovered.

I want to wake up every morning with a big smile on my face.

I want to live! NOW.

This is what I know to be true, at our core we all want (more or less) the same things.

Theresa Norris CPCC www.norriscoaching.com

Photo: The Taktshang Tiger’s Nest monastery in Bhutan clings to a cliff 2300 feet above the Paro Valley floor. (also called Beirds Nest) www.darkroastedblend.com

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