First Lady Nancy Reagan said: “I am a believer that eventually everything comes back to you. You get back what you give out.”
What are you putting out in the world? An actress in Hollywood in the ’40s and ’50s, Nancy Davis married fellow actor Ronald Reagan and became First Lady of California when he was elected Governor in 1967. She took an active role visiting elderly, veterans and handicapped people, and worked with a number of charitable causes such as the Foster Grandparent Program. After becoming First Lady of the United States in 1981, she was best known for her “Just Say No” campaign against drugs and then worked tirelessly to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease during her husband’s decade-long health battle. Her grace and generous heart made her beloved by millions regardless of political affiliation. In the spirit of Nancy Reagan, give out good. Share what you have with others-–whether it is money, food, knowledge, talent, encouragement or even a smile. If there is an issue you’re concerned or passionate about, focus on that. For every action you take there will be an immediate or downstream effect. When you give unconditionally you start a circle of good attracting what you project.
Until next time, remember–it’s your divine life, live it to the fullest. The power is in your hands!
With Purpose & Power,
RIP Nanacy Reagan – March 6, 2016
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