We Can All Move Upward and Onward Forever!


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To live in what may be termed the “all right” attitude, that is, in that attitude that expects to find everything all right and that constantly affirms that everything is all right, is to press on to the realization and the possession of those things that are as you wish them to be. Disappointments and failures, when met in this attitude, simply become open doors to new worlds where you find better opportunities and greater possibilities than you ever knew before. When the average person meets disappointment he usually declares, “Just my luck;” in other words, he enters that mental attitude that faces ill luck; he thus fails to see anything else but misfortune in that which has happened; and so long as that person, consciously or unconsciously expects misfortune, into more and more misfortune he will go. He who believes that he is fated to have bad luck will have bad luck in abundance. The reason is he lives in that mental attitude that places his mind in constant contact with those confused elements in the world that never create anything else but bad luck. That person, however, who thoroughly believes that everything that happens is simply a step to greater good, higher attainments and greater achievements, will steadily rise into those greater things that he expects to realize; the reason being that he is living in that mental attitude that places his mind in contact with the building power of life. Those powers will always build for greater things to those with whom they are in harmony, and we all can place ourselves in harmony with those powers; therefore, we can all move upward and onward forever, eternally making real more and more of that which is ideal.

~Christian D. Larson

Phenomenal Friday-Knowing Your Weakenesses and How To Conquor Them


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“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”   ~Thomas A. Edison

Today is Good Friday on the Christian Calender, now work, no school. For me, it’s just one of those extremely rare lazy days I’m starting to enjoy. Not having a do to list or in my case ignoring my to-do list means I get a chance to reinforce my practice of taking care of me! I’m reminding myself that I’ve spent the past few days taking care of everyone so it’s time shut the door on everything and do something for myself.

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Release The Mental Handcuffs!




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“It is amazing to think how many interesting and worthwhile things most of us could do, if we had not put mental handcuffs on ourselves. Have a mental stock-taking, and ruthlessly throw out all those can’t-be-done’s you find in yourself. Break those handcuffs with the power of Truth.”   ~Emmet Fox