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Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well.
-- Lord Chesterfield
 

 

Thursday, September 6, 2001

What are you thinking?

In your mind, anything is possible. From the most wonderful, beautiful, joyful and fulfilling things to the most horrible, dreadful, destructive things, you can imagine it all. In your mind, you can be precisely the person you choose to be, with no limitations whatsoever. You can express your most genuine essence by virtue of the thoughts you think. And it is just as true that those thoughts, strung together one after the other in continuing succession, serve to create and define your essential self.

So what are you thinking about from moment to moment? How do you apply the limitless and profound power of your own thoughts? Are your thoughts moving you forward, or are they dragging you down?

Your influence over most things in your life is limited to one degree or another, and yet you have complete control over your own thinking. So, more than anything else, what you think in the privacy of your own mind most genuinely defines who you are. And if you’re not satisfied with that definition, you have the complete and total ability to change it, by virtue of what you think.

Think great and positive and empowering thoughts, consistently and persistently, and the reality of your life will follow suit.

— Ralph Marston

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