Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Pay attention, but choose where and in what way you pay that attention. Don’t allow your attention to be stolen from you.
Know your purpose, know your values. Know your truth and your intentions.
The most insidious threats to your well being are not physical. They are mental, psychological, emotional, and they are very real, highly destructive.
Your attention is worth more to you than any amount of money. When you spend it, be sure to get something equally valuable in return.
Pay attention in ways that support and promote and nourish what’s most important to you. Fulfill the maximum potential of your attention by taking complete responsibility for it.
Pay your precious attention in ways that make you a more positive, creative, generous, fulfilled person. Pay attention with firmness and excellence in your intention, and make yourself a great life out of it.
Ralph MarstonGood new days The good you can bring
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