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Thou shalt not be a victim. Thou shalt not be a perpetrator. Above all, thou shalt not be a bystander.
-- Holocaust Museum, Washington, DC
 

 

Friday, January 6, 2006

In your imagination

Your imagination is not limited by time or distance, by logic or by scarcity. You can fill your imagination with whatever you choose.

Your limitless imagination can work powerfully against you, or it can be an equally powerful force working in your favor. When you choose to let your imagination work for you, problems are transformed into opportunities and ideas become achievements.

Reality provides you with a faithful canvas upon which to express and manifest the contents of your imagination. The things that dominate your imagination will surely and steadily come to dominate your life.

When things are at their worst, you can imagine the best and then make it happen. When things are at their best, you can imagine what would make life even better, and then follow that course with your actions.

Take a quick look around and you’ll see a world full of valuable, useful and beautiful things that were first born in someone’s imagination. Then consider the possibilities for your own imagination.

Seek to fill your imagination with purpose, with love, with meaning, with beauty and enjoyment. Then watch how reliably life follows along.

— Ralph Marston

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