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I'm a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.
-- Thomas Jefferson
 

 

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Imagine the future

You do not know for sure what will happen in the next hour, the next day, the next week or year. Yet you can imagine, and when you do, it pays to imagine the very best.

No, your imagination by itself does not make it so. But it can certainly line up many factors in your favor.

The more you imagine your most desired and treasured scenario, the more clearly you can visualize the actual details. And the details are important, for they provide specific goals upon which you can focus.

When you can clearly see yourself being there, you can see much more clearly how to get there. You can imagine the path to your dreams, then start to actually walk it.

Imagining a bright and shining future can serve to draw you toward such a state. So fill that imagined future with whatever you treasure most.

Play an active role in your own future. Imagine with passion and detail how you’d most like it to be.

— Ralph Marston

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