The Science Behind the Law of Attraction Magazine October, 2015 - Page 47

my yak and seeped up my trouser legs. There was no turning back as this hefty beast weighed down by baggage and me carefully placed one foot after the next on the slippery riverbed of stones and moss. The applause that greeted me when I reached the bank safely was comical, a crowd of relieved nomads who face this challenge daily recognized that I was clearly way outside of my comfort zone and praised me with their eyes and hands for my courage. I smiled sighed a deep breath and felt exhilarated, if inwardly hoping that we didn?t have too many more ahead of us. I have made a personal promise to regularly stretch myself, not to take outrageous risks, but to feel the fear, weigh the situation up and when it?s right, push on through. I have, as a very ordinary woman and not a natural risk-taker, jumped off the side of a mountain and para-glided down to earth whilst sharing the thermals with hawks, has driven a snowmobile in minus 30, 200kms north of the Arctic Circle and has ridden a camel deep into the Sahara desert. My message to you is to not waste time because it will run out unless you live it? the inevitable will eventually happen to us all? so make the most of it now. You will be so glad you did. For more information on how you can become a humanitarian contact Linda Cruse directly via email at To find out more about her crusades, visit: Page 47 - Oct ober, 2015