Comment on NBA Recap of Game 4 Finals Between Warriors and Spurs

by Pete on May 25, 2017

I’m curious. How many of us enjoy watching teams like the Warriors because they seem to have found a way to perform with excellence consistently in a constantly changing world of thought, feeling and action? Basketball is not just a game of “I win, you lose,” for the Warriors is it? Isn’t it also a game of hope for all of us? When it looks like all is falling apart around us and we decide, instead, to react in the way that makes the most sense, that promises to benefit everyone the most, don’t we all win? Don’t we all win when one of us finds a way to be or do something better?

What I see when I look at everyone associated with the Warrior Team is a group of individuals who are enthusiastically living and learning for the sake of being and doing the best they can – not so much for money but because they can! I see them as learning how to consciously create their own reality, not just for themselves but for everyone who watches them. To me they serve as a great source of hope and inspiration for everyone, because with conscious intent and their example, we too can learn how to create better lives and relationships. We too can learn how to create what works best and makes us happiest in life.

To quote an excerpt from the post, We Create Our Own Reality:

The challenge of being and creation is learning how to use the power of thought and imagination to shape energy, money included, into a pleasing reality. The prize is a sense of satisfaction, the feeling of a job well done. Like learning how to walk and talk, it is a personal, subjective endeavor that requires creative aggression. It is a great balancing act where we must accept falling as part of learning how to stand.

Remember: thoughts are ‘“things”’ with a reality of their own and each of us, an artist. With thoughts in the form of beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations, we construct the landscape of our lives. Create a great day!

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Sandra Peterson May 29, 2017 at 9:19 AM

When they’re at their best, it’s almost like watching a perfectly synchronized ballet. Their talent, together with their cohesiveness, not to mention all the things they do for young people and others in their Oakland community and elsewhere, is heartwarming.

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