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Happiness is activity.
-- Aristotle
 

 

Thursday, March 27, 2008

What begins in your mind

Your worries create their own fulfillment. But you don’t have to worry about that, because you can let those worries go.

Your fears bring you closer toward whatever you fear. But do not fear such a scenario, because you have the ability to let those fears go.

Your thoughts do not end when you finish thinking them. They continue to echo through your life in ways you may not even realize.

So fill your mind with thoughts of gratitude for the abundance you already enjoy. That abundance will most certainly grow as a result.

When you feel doubt, or fear, or anger, or frustration, know that you can let it go just as surely as you can pull your hand away from a painful sensation. Keep your life focused on the goodness, on the positive possibilities and on your most treasured dreams.

What begins in your mind ends up in your life. Think continually of the way you most would like to be, and your reality will reliably fall in line.

— Ralph Marston

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