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Monthly Archive for February, 2013

Thought is just an idea, a new program. When attempting to create change the subconscious mind must accept the change. The old and the new paradigm cannot exist together. The subconscious will attempt to override the new paradigm.

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Every action we take alters our destiny. Even if the direction is only altered by a degree today, if the future it alters our destiny in gigantic measures.

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You can spend all day experessing you don’t want to be broke, without money and scratching for every penny but do you see where this thought is focused? Instead focus on what you want, act like what you want is happening, capturing the feeling and make room for it in your life!

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Everything that has happened to us is something that builds our experiences and character. It makes us unique and it gives us the ability to help others.

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If used as an alert and then taking action, worry can be avoided and the issue corrected. Certainly left as is with no action, the issue will fester like a thorn under the skin.

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You could always count of Orvin or Rose when she was alive. They were neighbors and friends. Orvin never stopped doing things for others and continued climbing as sure footed as anyone.

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When you return to your source things will begin to fall into place. Your purpose, is not something necessarily that will envelope you but you will envelope as you develop your passion.

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It is also important to realize the past is what it is and can not be changed. Regardless if it was marred by a horrible event, claim responsibility for the event and then begin again! Although, we can not change the details of the past, we can change the details going forward.

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Thought is powerful too, but the words speak things in to existence. You can use yourself to change the life of others just by a smile, and even more so by an encouraging word or two.

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I am encouraged by all the other writers who suggest writing for 15 minutes or longer each and every day in a journal or a blog. Within a short time you will have enough material for a decent sized book. I loved my mother deeply, however I wish that her, “if only” would have been, “I has been done.”

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