Best Ever You

Best Ever You
October 7, 2013 Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

Along the journey and way
Life will put you to the test-
How you take it matters and it’s important
To be your very best.

To make the most of time and love
And leave all the rest…
For surely you can’t take things back
In your life’s quest.

There’s sickness, tragedy, pain and death
That you will most certainly see-
These are all growth moments
If you can find the strength and just be.

There’s joy, gratitude, compassion and health
That you can find…
If you look so very closely
And leave your troubles behind.

Discover your worth and your love
With grace, elegance and passion,
Blossom ever so beautifully
In life’s perpetual fashion-

Treat others with kindness, dignity and respect
Instead of trampling in never give up and thoughtless ways-
Perhaps another’s win
Might be your very best day!

Hold another’s heart
As if it is your own-
Honor it, cherish it, and be peaceful
From this all will be known.

So in this lifetime ask yourself
Am I making the most of each day?
Ask yourself this, perhaps, moment-to-moment
Before they fade away.

Peace within is what’s in store
For those willing to see light in the gray-
Inner peace is something
That never fades away…

-Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino



About the Author: 

About Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino


New Hay House author, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, founder and CEO of the Best Ever You Network, understands firsthand the challenges life can bring and has worked with thousands across the globe to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life. She has a degree in communications and broadcasting; is alife coach, food-allergy expert, and anaphylaxis survivor; and is the host ofThe Best Ever You Show, which has over one million downloads.
Elizabeth took a huge leap of faith in 2009 to leave a seventeen year career in the financial services industry to start The Best Ever You Network and become a talk show host and author. Elizabeth is the author of Percolate – Let Your Best Self Filter Through (Spring 2014, Hay House). Elizabeth lives in Maine with her husband Peter, their four boys, four cats and massive Labradoodle. Visit for more information.


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