Wednesday, November 21, 2001
What you imagine
In any situation, it’s easy and commonplace to imagine the worst that can happen. But why would you ever want to do that? It is just as easy to imagine the very best that can happen.
Neither one has happened yet. Each scenario exists only in the imagination. However, whatever you imagine you begin to draw toward you. So, it pays to imagine the best. If your imagination is going to lead you somewhere -- and it is -- then make sure where it leads is where you want to be.
Use the power of your imagination to lift your life up, rather than to get yourself down. There’s no sense in imagining the worst for yourself. There’s every reason to imagine the best.
Imagine the very best that can be. Then give life, energy and commitment to what you’ve imagined by making it happen.
Ralph MarstonWords of confidence Your many blessings
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