Week-2 The price must be paid

“Everything you want in life has a price connected to it. There’s a price to pay if you want to make things better, a price to pay just for leaving things as they are, a price for everything.” –Harry Browne

Yes, there is a price to pay for whatever you may want in life, however your ability to determine what that cost will be before setting out on your path is a kin to trying to capture the Great Northern wind or calm the rolling seas. This price that is spoken of is an unknown and as much an evolution as is your own personal journey.

The price will be revealed in increments as your path unfolds before you, your desire, commitment and constitution will establish this cost at every turn, hill and valley you encounter on your journey. If your philosophy and principles are sound and in harmony with the Source, what you owe will be ” a small price to pay for the happiness and success that will be yours”.

On your journey it will be vitally necessary to nourish the “Gate Keeper” with good and just habits to ensure the protection and expansion of the Source within you, fear not these requirements for through daily exercise of body, mind and spirit lay the furrows of fertile soil in which to plant the good seeds of habit.

Do not let the cost deter you from taking the first step, it is only by moving your mind and body forward one step at a time that you will arrive at your destination and ready for your next journey.

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3 thoughts on “Week-2 The price must be paid

  1. earch2014

    The cost for taking all steps is not a major concern at this point. I have lost much to get to this point and I am gaining as we proceed. II had my dreams set on Hawaii for a few years, applied for my license, interviewed people in Maui mostly to set the ball rolling. As other things unfolded, my sites shifted to Kauai. As It turns out through various synchronistic events and people I picked Kapaa. This was before I knew about Master Key with any serious thought. And, whew, the MK people turn out to be in Kauai and meet there as well. Well there was great cost before MK, now the cost is the push and the doubts, to date overall gain.
    My greatest appreciation goes to Heather as she introduced me to both Kauai for health reasons and then to MK… !!!

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  2. The Coach

    Wow, you are speaking nothing but the truth. There’s a price on everything in life. If and only if we are willing to pay that price will we reap the rewards associated with the cost. I related to this piece deeply. I wasn’t willing to pay the price early on in my career and I suffered dearly for it. I would like to thank you for writing this blog, I’m blessed to be on this journey together. I can’t wait to read more about yours in the weeks to come.

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    1. Keith McCauley (aka) Mac

      Keith,

      Thank you for the kind words. I am also receiving much insight from our fellow travelers. I am finding new ways through their posts and expressions that are helping me to re-frame some of my thinking which is helping me establish better habits. It is sometimes hard for an old guy like myself to admit when his thinking has been wrong, especially to myself. This process is starting to really open my eyes as well as my mind and for the first time in a very long time the possibilities are starting to reveal themselves. As Mark say’s Peace be the journey to you. Keith McCauley

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