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Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't.
-- Jerry Rice
 

 

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Focus

If you focus on resentment, you’ll create many more things to resent. When you focus on gratitude, you’ll bring many more things into your life for which to be thankful.

Focus on anger, and you’ll continue finding additional reasons to be angry. Focus on love, and the opportunities for experiencing love will greatly multiply.

Focus on life’s best possibilities, and you’ll move steadily in the direction of your dreams. Focus on the things you truly value, and they grow even more valuable.

Focus on what you are able to give, and you’ll greatly expand what you are able to have. Focus your energy, your attention, your interest and your passion on some particular thing, and you can make the impossible happen.

Where is your focus most consistently directed? That is where your life is most certainly headed.

By choosing your focus, you choose your lifestyle, the world around you, and your future. Focus on what is truly good and right and valuable for you, and you will be gloriously immersed in that goodness.

— Ralph Marston

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