Que Sera Sera, Whatever Will Be Will Be

When we are pondering, thinking about what our future lies ahead, no way we can find the answer. All we can do is to do our part and do our best to achieve our goals, no one knows what result would be,hence a lot of people get frustrated when things don't turn out as what they expected.

When you start pondering about future, may be this song can help you to calm yourself down and relax.

See the lyrics below

Whatever Will Be, Will Be by Doris Day

When I was just a little girl
I asked my mother what will I be
Will I be pretty, will I be rich
Here's what she said to me

Que sera, sera
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours to see
Que sera, sera
What will be, will be

When I grew up and fell in love
I asked my sweetheart what lies ahead
Will we have rainbows day after day
Here's what my sweetheart said

Que sera, sera
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours to see
Que sera, sera
What will be, will be

Now I have children of my own
They asked their mother what will I be
Will I be handsome, will I be rich
I tell them tenderly

Que Hera, Hera
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours to see
Que sera, sera
What will be, will be

Que sera, sera...

What can greed and ego do to one's life?

Greed and Ego is a comment attitude that causes many people fall. I read a news today and find it is a very good story to remind people who doesn't know 'enough is enough'

This is a story of a Miami's celebrity real estate agent who was once a rising "Red Hot" agent and now a guy who is broke and in debts. And when asked what was the culprit of his fall, he answered " Greed and Ego".

This is very encouraging to hear that not because he is broke but he realizes what caused her fall and he starts to change or repent. With the right attitude i am sure he will stand up tall again.

Let's read the news from ABC

Keep your head low," cautioned Carlos Justo as he ran under the whirling blades of a helicopter that landed on a vacant lot on Miami Beach's star-studded Star Island -- some of the most expensive and exclusive real estate in the country.

Within seconds he was onboard and heading for the sky. Justo doesn't miss a beat.

"This is Puff Daddy right here," he said, pointing out the helicopter window at an impressive waterside mansion. "Next home is owned by the Estefans -- I sold that to them. Two doors down is Rosie O'Donnell."

When the Miami real estate market was hot, Justo was red hot, selling $200 million in real estate in one year to multimillionaires and billionaires. He used a helicopter the way most agents use a car.

"Miami is flat," he said, raising his voice in the noisy cabin but clearly reveling in the moment. "Once you get up in the air it changes your whole perspective. That's where the magic happens!"

Justo admits that the helicopter is part of his real estate arsenal. In better times, he chartered helicopters every week to show premium clients prospective homes.

Typically, whenever I get them in a helicopter, they see it differently. I get them forever. They end up saying, 'This is my thing. This is my guy,'" he said.

Biggest Fish in Shark-Infested Real Estate Market

Just a few years ago a program called "Million Dollar Agents" on the TLC cable channel celebrated Justo as the biggest fish in Miami's shark-infested pool of real estate agents.

When times were good he toured around town in his chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce. Million-dollar homes weren't his business. He was only interested in multimillion-dollar homes, and the people who owned them or wanted to. That was then. Today, the Rolls has been replaced by a Land Rover. The high flyer who was worth $20 million in 2005 is now $12 million dollars in debt and declaring bankruptcy.

For a while, Justo's home was a $7 million waterside Miami mansion. But when the market tanked, he could no longer afford the taxes -- $135,000 a year -- and the mortgage.

"I owned this home and we did the renovation and it didn't sell for about six months," he said as he stood on the driveway. Justo says he lost over $2 million on his own home alone.

His story is typical of many speculators -- it's just that the dollar amounts involved are, in his case, so staggeringly high. At the market peak, he owned 12 homes and carried $50 million in mortgages. Seven have been repossessed by the banks, and the remaining five are all facing foreclosure.

It is a story of a spectacular rise and fall.

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Miracle Man - Morris Goodman

Morris Goodman is an amazing man. In fact they call him “The Miracle Man." He has a beautiful wife named Cathy. An incredible dog named Bandit who, by the way, likes to sing.

Morris is a sought-after motivational speaker. His clients include AFLAC, General Motors, and Xerox to name a few. He’s written a powerful book and there’s even a short film made about his life with a special appearance by Zig Ziglar.

So what is this man’s incredible story? It all started back in March of 1981.

“It’s a modern day story of Job. You know Job lost everything. He lost his health, his wealth, his family. I did the same thing,” says Morris.

Like Job, Morris had it all. He was one of the most successful insurance agents in the country.

“I started with MET Life and became their No. 1 agent.”

But one day his world collapsed. Morris took his new airplane out for a test flight. That flight ended in tragedy; his landing gear got caught in power lines.

“The last thing I remember is the ground coming up. I thought to myself, Well, I’ve had it now... I can’t begin to describe the pain I was in. How bad I hurt. You can’t put it into words.”

After Morris survived the trip to the hospital, all he could do was lie in his bed and blink his eyes.

“Unless you’ve been in the position I was in where you just look at the ceiling and all you can do is blink your eyes, it’s pretty hard to put into words,” he tells The 700 Club.

His injuries were horrific. Morris’ neck was broken in two places.

“My diaphragm was destroyed, and I couldn’t breathe. My swallowing reflex was destroyed, and I couldn’t eat or drink.”

He also couldn’t talk; his voice box was crushed. Doctors said every muscle in his body was affected by the crash.

“My kidney, bladder, bowel and liver didn’t function. I destroyed pretty much everything in my body,” he says. “All I could do was blink my eyes, once for yes and twice for no. That’s the way I functioned for a long, long time.”

But Morris Goodman is a fighter. He fought long and hard. He had to regain control of his body one small step at a time. His first goal was to get off the ventilator.

He recalls, “I tried to suck a little air with the respirator. Every time I did my lungs hurt something terrible. I took 100 breaths. I’d rest five minutes. I’d take a 100 more every time. Then I started taking 200 breaths. Then I started taking 300. One night I did that and my lungs expanded three times on their own.”

Finally the medical personnel cut down his dependency on the ventilator.

“Therapy department came in and cut the machine down where it was doing 90 percent of my breathing. I was only doing 10 on my own. Then it was doing 80 and I was doing 20. Then 70, 30. Finally they weaned me from the machine. They were at a loss for an explanation.”

Eventually Morris started using his stomach muscles to replace his diaphragm.

“I’ve been told I’m the only known case in the world that’s ever consciously done that. So I breathe with my stomach, my diaphragm doesn’t work ‘till this day.”

Morris’ road to recovery was daunting. He walked out of the hospital in eight months, but it took years to get a lot of his bodily functions back.

“It took me two years to learn to say a sentence,” he says. “Still after I returned home it still took almost five years to get back on my feet again.”

While Morris freely admits that God was a major factor in his recovery, at that point in his life, he wasn’t a Christian.

“It wasn’t that I didn’t believe in God, but it was kind of like I let God do His little thing, and I did my own little thing. But I think the accident in retrospect was probably the best thing that ever happened to me.”

God brought an amazing friend across Morris’ path.

“After my accident, I met a man named Dick Woodward. He’s a Bible teacher. At the time he had [multiple sclerosis]. He was in a wheelchair, and we kind of related.

After a couple years, Morris made a key decision while listening to his friend preach.

“He said, ‘You ought to think about accepting Christ as your Savior.’ I said, ‘I already did.’ He said, ‘You did? When did you do that?’ I said, ‘While you were up there preaching.’”

Morris’ recovery is so remarkable. It’s understandable why they call him “The Miracle Man.”

The Goodmans“I have a story: a one in a billion story. It’s a story that can help so many people. Not everybody will be in an airplane crash and destroy their whole body like I did. But everybody has adversity and challenges to deal with in their life.”

Morris and Cathy are excited about God’s next step for their lives.

“I’m very thankful for my family, my wife. I’m thankful that I can go around the world now and share my story with people and help inspire, motivate other people to realize what potential they have and that they can go out and do things also.”

He’s also thankful that the accident that could have killed him only made him stronger.

“I’m very thankful that I didn’t die at the time of my accident ‘cause I don’t know where I would be today. I’m thankful that He gave me another chance to find salvation and to save my soul.”

source from CBN


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