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The Classic Pamela Positive: “The Big Lesson In Life, Baby, Is Never Be Scared Of Anyone Or Anything.” – Frank Sinatra

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“The big lesson in life, baby, is never be scared of anyone or anything.”

Frank Sinatra

American Singer, Actor and Producer

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Many of us wish we could say that. 🙂  If we are trusting and calm in our thoughtsthen we truly cannot be scared of anyone, or anything.

Frank Sinatra, as the beautiful singer he was, was always fearless on stage. He tried to take that through his life, living with vigour. He lived with energy, with excitement, and continued to sing, sing, sing. He never feared he’d lose his career, his voice, his talent. He just kept being him, being his best.

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Maybe one of the ways to do that is to Have Trust.

If we are trusting and calm in our thoughts, then we truly cannot be scared of anyone, or anything.

That Trust focuses on doing our best, being you, being me. We focus on doing our best to be us!

And so then you are not fearing. Because you are focused on being your best writer, best lawyer, best mom, best friend, best dog walker, best vice president of sales, best gardener, best neighbour. There’s no fear there… because you are trusting and being your best.

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Frank Sinatra is an American singer and motion-picture actor who is known as one of the greatest American singers of the 20th century. He played a key role in changing the music industry by popularizing jazz music. Sinatra was born Francis Albert “Frank” Sinatra in Hoboken, New Jersey as an only child to two Italian immigrants. As teenager, Sinatra had decided to become a singer after watching Bing Crosby by joined a glee club in his high school and began singing at local nightclubs.

Sinatra began his musical career in the swing era as a boy singer with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra found unprecedented success as a solo artist from the early to mid-1940s after being signed by Columbia Records in 1943 and released his first album The Voice of Frank Sinatra in 1946. Due to his dreamy baritone voice, it earned him nicknames such as “The Voice” and “The Sultan of Swoon.” He later signed with Capitol Records in 1953 until he left Capitol in 1961 to find his own record label Reprise Records. Among the albums, he released “Come Fly with Me”, “Nice ‘n’ Easy”, and “Sinatra at the Sands.”

Sinatra made his movie acting debut in 1943 with the films like Reveille With Beverley and Higher and Higher. His other film credits include From Here to Eternity (won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), The Man with the Golden Arm (nominated for the Best Actor Oscar), The Manchurian Candidate, Guys and Dolls, and High Society.

Sinatra had three children, Nancy, Frank Jr., and Tina, all with his first wife, Nancy Sinatra (née Barbato) (m. 1939–1951). He was married three more times, to actresses Ava Gardner (m. 1951–1957), Mia Farrow (m. 1966–1968) and finally to Barbara Marx (m. 1976–1998; his death).

Bio Source: Wikipedia  Fig¹; Biography; Britannica . Photo by Wikimedia; Pixabay

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