Hope Soap

By March 18, 2009 2 Comments
In last week's message about cutting out everything that doesn't look like that, I got a number of comments and several e-mail responses.  If you thought that was cool, you're going to love what I carved from a family sized bar of Ivory soap …
Soap Chain

Soap Chain

With so much fear, doubt, discouragement, and negativity in the world, we could all use a little soap for our hope.  One of the most powerful ways to scrub your hope is to start noticing all of the amazing things that already exist in your world, and to keep a fresh appreciation for what you have right now.  Forget about all of the stuff you don't have, and foster gratitude for all you do have.  Use this soap regularly, and see how clean your hope becomes.

I hope you will join me for “Soap for Your Hope – A Pep Talk with Dr. Paul” on Tuesday, March 24th at 6:00 MST.  You can learn more or register now for this teleseminar at http://hopesoap.eventbrite.com – and please invite others to attend as well.  If the time doesn't work for you, register anyway and I will send you a link for the recording afterward.

Hope is the thing with feathers that perches

in the soul, and sings the tune without

the words, and never stops at all.

       Emily Dickinson

As an added bonus today – consider all of the things to be greatful for, and enjoy this four minute video – it is hilarious.  You will have to click twice to get a you-tube pop up because this particular one won't play on other sites.


Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • Joy Stubbs says:

    This guy needs some soap for his mouth. He may be funny for some, but I am not uplifted by his language. In fact his words trigger my abuse from the past. Pretty inappropriate, I think, for a therapist to recommend. I do not care to receive this type of material in the future.

  • Dr. Paul, you’re spot on. You don’t have to look far at all to see how fortunate we are and what great opportunities abound. The video fits perfectly. -Michael