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What Is Life? - Aug 2005


Dear Devoted Subscriber,

What metaphor would you use to describe life?
How do you picture life?
How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?

Please reply to this email with your answer ASAP

Thanks,
Your Devoted Life Coach
Coach Zev


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life? Sand
castle. It can look great, but you have to keep
rebuilding when the weather and tides tear you down.

How do you picture life? I see the burgeoning
division of cells by simple organisms . . . constantly
replicating themselves in unending abundance.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
Life is a great adventure filled with unlimited
opportunities for greatness

With best regards, much appreciation
and all good wishes,
Don Mitchell
http://livebetterthanabillionaireon5dollars.blogspot.com/


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

Life is beautiful, it is the expression, and gift
of God! We have the ability to dream, create, recreate,
or desecrate. Life is wonderful because it is a
continual journey with many lessons to learn, with
the ups, and downs, in and outs, backward and forward,
without life- there is nothing.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Dr. Stanley Harris
http://www.DrStanHarris.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life? a bolt of lighting, if you
don't ground it, you get burned. If you harness that power -- you have
energy and light for a life time

How do you picture life? like a ship, even though the ship is battered, the
anchor will hold! If you believe

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
If you have a cape that fits YOU perfectly, you will find comfort, strength
and warmth from your cape. With the ability to accessorize it with grace,
balance, fun, laughter, and energy!

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Heather Lynn Jergens
The Superwoman's coach
http://highvoltageheather.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

Life is the opportunity to treat every day
as if its the last chocolate in the box.

Life is a moment-by-moment choice to either
close up and harden or open up and soften.

My life is an unfolding story where it is never too late
to choose to become a more major co-author,
along with God, of the adventure tale
I was meant to live.

... as you are clearly doing that .....

warmly
Kare Anderson


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

I view life as a game. A game has rules and to thrive, and be
successful at it, you must know the rules and use them to your
advantage. People like you are coaches who help people navigate life
and learn to make the most of it and enjoy it. Life is a series of
moments to be experienced in cooperation with universal forces to
maximize your involvement.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Nigel


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?
Life is like a different kind of school made of learning experiences,
initially not knowing what subjects you have to learn and when to attempt
exams to finally become a master of the subject and teach others to pass
the exams.

How do you picture life?
A journey of transformation from ugly, slow, caterpillar just living a
routine life of rut, then spinning cacoon in loneliness and finally
transform into a beautiful Butterfly with wings of freedom, wonderful
colours of Joy and patterns of Success.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
Life is just to be lived and enjoyed. Its not to wish or spend time
watching others live it and regret later that you could have also lived it
that way!!!!

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Ganesh Pai
http://www.plannedforsuccess.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

Life is like a river. The energy is always flowing. The key is to flow
with it. If you are stressed, negative and fearful you are like an
iceberg in the middle of the river. All the energy is flowing all around
you but you are too restricted and too tight so that the energy flows
all around you but not with you. The key is to raise your vibration and
melt so you become one with the river. Once you become one with it you
become part of all the abundance, love, joy and happiness that is
flowing all around you. You become one with the river of life.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Jon Gordon,
Author, Speaker, Coach
http://jongordon.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

metaphor for life - to me like is like golf - you plan and try your
best to actuate your plan, but things don't always go as you plan,
but like golf you continue hoping to succeed.

picture of life - I see life as an opportunity to do the things
you want to do.

description of life - life is a continual challenge. early on,
man's challenge was to simply survive, now his challenge is to
be happy and find satisfaction with his life.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Cowboy


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?

Life is an endurance race. The recent Tour de France serves as a great
metaphor since it is both an individual and team race. I enjoy watching how
cyclists enable each other through the race by forming pacelines and running
in packs in order to encourage each other and improve performance. Some
riders are stronger on the flats, some are stronger in the mountains; each
has their own unique gift, and they work together toward individual and team
victory.

How do you picture life?

I picture life as a series of challenges designed to help us learn and grow.
While each person goes through individual challenges, life is designed to be
a "team sport" where we get much more accomplished by encouraging each other
to realize our own greatness.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?

Life is an endurance race where each of us has our own finish line based on
our God-given gifts. The object of the race is to enable and encourage each
other by running our own race to the best of our ability.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Larry Hehn
Author, Speaker, Coach
http://LarryHehn.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?

Life is the ultimate road trip. We have become so, driven (pun
intended) so goal focused that we often only look out the windshield,
and don't notice the roadside attractions. If you are only focused on
the destination, don't stop to see the sights, you will miss the most
important mile-markers.

How do you picture life?

Life is a constant struggle to keep the important (people, and
enriching experiences) at apex.


How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?

Life is temporary, fleeting, like the fragrance from a beautiful flower.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
D


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

Life is truly like a roller coaster ride. It has its ups and its downs,
it is so fun and so thrilling at times, yet so frightening on those sudden,
downhill turns. However, overall we always come out smiling! The
experience is wonderful, and somehow we are ready for another ride on the
ups and downs again!

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Erleen Tilton
http://ErleenTilton.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?
LOVE

How do you picture life?
As a peaceful, beautiful journey.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
Life is love! Through LOVE, GIVING and GRATITUDE you
experience happiness!

Always here to help you Zev,
Your Devoted Subscriber,
Dawn Waldrop
Best Impressions


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?
It is like a butterfly. We start out inside a cocoon and then
we are free to fly. There is no way to completely prepare for
our flight-it is partly magical and all divine.

How do you picture life?
So awesome it can't be put into words. The pulse of living
creatures and the beauty of all of nature and even the beauty
of the mechanical world is so intense. You can just look
more and more closely at a piece of fabric and it is awesome
or standing next to a tree and just feeling its energy.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
It is precious. It is sweet.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein
Psychologist, Happiness Coach & Author
http://www.enchantedself.com/


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

My life is like an unfinished sculpture. It is my job to find the beauty
that's already within it.

My life is like a jigsaw puzzle. All the parts were there from the
beginning, but I didn't know how they fit together.

My life is like a odyssey. I travel the world seeking to define myself, only
to find it out that who I am was already there from the start.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Jill Konrath
http://sellingtobigcompanies.blogs.com/


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

What metaphor would you use to describe life?

For me right now, it is a roller coaster up and downs, excitement with the
coaster climbing the peak, one clunk at a time whilst your heart beats with
excitement and anticipation and then to reach the top, you take a deep breath
in and for that split second you FEEL so high, so lifted and then suddenly
the coaster plummets down YOUR SOUL IS STILL WAY ABOVE but your body simply
experiences the letting go.

As you reach the base and come to the end My thought I want more and yet
relieved to have rest

I am in control of my actions to sit in the roller coaster and take the
journey I also choose resting time to ground my experience but the hook
for me is KEEPING THE EXCITEMENT THERE EVERY DAY!

How do you picture life?
Full of surprises waiting to give you the gift of earths wisdom and an
opportunity to learn, give and be filled with something new every day.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
Life is about having fun, an opportunity to be your best and surprise
yourself with magic and then to give it to others to enjoy. Each Day is a
Gift.

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Diane Montoya
Life Skills Coach
0419 622 966


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Dear Coach Zev,

Heres one of my all-time favorite (anonymous) quotes which sums it up much
better than I could:

"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving
safely in an attractive and well preserved body, But rather to skid in
sideways, champagne in one hand, strawberries in the other, body
thoroughly used up, totally worn out, screaming WOO HOO What a Ride!

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Lisa Wilder
www.lisa.bookyourselfsolid.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

Here are my thoughts to your questions:

Life is like a flower that blooms slowly, opening up further and further
to more beauty each and everyday.

On another note - I just wanted you to know that I love your site and
message and would love to do an empower message for you soon, if
that is still available. I have been recently working with Heather Lynn
Jergens in putting together the Tattered Cape - website, concept, etc. She
has been
really grateful to be working with you and has said great things about
the experience.

Love, Light & Laughter,

Your Devoted Subscriber,
Krystalya Marie'
"The Empowered Spirit"
Krystalya@EmpoweredSpirit.com


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Dear Coach Zev,

In response to your developing empowering seed number 2 audio clip and your
request about my input on how I view LIFE!

I view life as an incomplete learning experience we venture into when we
make the decision to reborn in this physical world as a spiritual soul. We
are successful in our mission, if we can balance our spirits with knowledge,
sacrifice, good actions, lots of patience, courage, and lots of love to God
and to other people. We also have to learn to love ourselves, to respect
ourselves and to care for our physical bodies as well as our spiritual
bodies. The emotional and psychological part is the really tuff part of life
we have to control and deal with. If we can deal with it, we have dealt
with the battle of all the internal wars an individual suffer throughout his
life. You can control this emotional and psychological part of you through
the powerful messages that cross your mind, your thoughts, your memories,
and your dreams. In one lifetime it's impossible for us to acquire the
necessary tools to become a complete and whole individual, as similar to God
as we can. It takes a couple of lifetimes to complete our spiritual cycle
experience.

When we are grateful for what we have, we find happiness. When we
appreciate and value what we have, we find happiness. When we give love and
service to others, we find happiness. For happiness is the state of mine
not involved with self, but . with, for, and about others but without
forgetting about the "self" - For you have to love yourself to be able to
truly love others. When we decide to work on our relations and ourselves:
when we give and share our lives to others, we are happy. When we judge are
neighbors with the same yardstick we would judge ourselves, we become more
flexible, compassionate and understanding. And that is what life is all
about.

Life is the experience of why our spiritual souls came to this earth. To
work on the knowledge of dealing with others. kids, husbands, parents,
friends, co-workers, neighbors, etc. The more we accept, deal and open up
to all our relations, the more understanding and compassionate we will be.
When an individual is absorbed with self, he can neither give happiness to
others or find happiness within him.


What metaphor would you use to describe life?
Life is the perfect cycle of human, animal or vegetal development. There is
a time and place for everything. for birth, growth and even death.


How do you picture life?
I picture life as a valuable and beautiful gift we have yet to appreciate.

How would you describe life in 2 sentences or less?
Life is the experience of accepting, appreciating and letting go. The best
way is by prayer, meditating and putting yourself mentally and emotionally
in God's will.

With warm regards,
Your devoted student
Lillian Dvila

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