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I AM ALIVE AGAIN: THANK YOU, MY PEOPLE!

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CLOSING SHOP TODAY

©Simon Chilembo, 2013

Much to my chagrin, on the one hand and elation on the other, an exciting 15 and 5 years Oslo journey of my Chilembo Nordic Chi massasje (CNCm®) , COOL Coaching® and my ENERVITAL Health & Wellness Centre, respectively, has come to an end. My time to practice what I preach has arrived: self-discovery, self-knowledge, self-renewal, and self-reinvention.

New beginnings, journeys, destinations, visions, and energies are ever such a thrill. I am alive again! Not that I’ve been dead though. I’ve been living to stay alive for some time; now I’m again starting to live to live and create, as well as sustain new levels of personal development and business success for myself, and others wishing to come aboard and ride with me.

©Simon Chilembo, 2013

Over the years I have used at least 20 000 hours working with some of the finest human beings anywhere. Many have come and gone, and our paths have never crossed again. Many have come and gone, and our paths do cross each other once in while. One or two have come and gone; if their paths led, or will lead, them to hell I wouldn’t be surprised.

And others came and stayed, followed me everywhere, developing strong business/ friendship relationships in time; opening mutually our inner worlds to each other, learning more of each other about the art of living and staying alive. When time to die finally comes, we take it with dignity and honour. But it can wait. No hurry … (Continued in the book: MACHONA BLOGS – As I See It. Order Simon Chilembo books on Amazon)


SIMON CHILEMBO
OSLO
NORWAY
June 25, 2013

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2 Comments

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  2. […] by failed business in rough economic times, and looming personal bankruptcy, I found it prudent to let it all go. I was not ready to die yet. If and when my dying day finally comes, I will be standing on the […]

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