You are the master of your destiny

Written by C.Krishnan

Every thought of a human being is transformed as picture in everybody's mind.

The picture transformed into your mind will be depending upon your thought. If your thought is about success,repparttar picture transformed into your mind, will be as if you are getting success.

If your thought is failure, thenrepparttar 143121 picture transformed into your mind will be as if you are getting failure.

Never think or doubt, when you begin with something that it will end in failure. If you think so, then that thought or doubt will be transformed as a 'failure' picture in your mind and your sub-conscious mind will direct your action according to that 'failure picture', which naturally your action will end in failure.

Onrepparttar 143122 other hand, if you think onrepparttar 143123 other side,repparttar 143124 thing will end in success, your thought will be transformed intorepparttar 143125 picture of success, and automatically your subconscious mind will directrepparttar 143126 result to end in success. It isrepparttar 143127 secret of nature.

Because you can yield only what you plant.

Planting of paddy yield only paddy and not wheat.

Planting of success in your mind only yield success and not failure.

Thoughts, picture, and action all have close interaction with each other. They cannot differ and distract at anytime.

For example, if you want to have your own house, think deeply about your dream house as if you have purchased a beautiful house.

The Glass Block Story: Patience Pays Off

Written by Anne Alexander

Copyright 2005 Anne Alexander

I don’t know about you, but patience is not my strong suit. In most situations, I want to move forward in action. A few weekends ago I had an amazing experience that powerfully drove home to me, once again,repparttar value of patience, especially when it comes to finding creative and effective solutions to our problems.

The beautiful wood lot next door to our house was recently cleared to put up two more homes. We knew it was going to happen sooner or later. Onrepparttar 142980 window that facesrepparttar 142981 lot, we had a beautiful stained glass piece, however,repparttar 142982 window showed through about 8” on either side.

Now, withrepparttar 142983 lot cleared, every time I went byrepparttar 142984 window, instead of beautiful greenery, I noticed raw earth, scraped byrepparttar 142985 bulldozer. It made me cringe every time. I am a big believer inrepparttar 142986 tremendous benefit of setting up our environment to support us. This includes all kinds of environments, like clients, friends, beliefs, food, etc. But in this case it was my physical/ social environment.

We had to do something to change that view outrepparttar 142987 window. I came up withrepparttar 142988 idea of a lightweight translucent plastic roller shade that would go behindrepparttar 142989 stained glass. Definitely tacky, but I was adamant I did not want to see construction forrepparttar 142990 next six months or look into someone else’s window for years after that.

Although this idea wasn’trepparttar 142991 greatest, I didn’t see any other option and my perspective, as an impatient, action-oriented person was “Let’s just put uprepparttar 142992 shade.”

Fellow “action” friends take note: sometimes action can be premature.

So what happened? We started tossing ideas around - an attractive Japanese paper shade of some kind, plastic film you stick on windows in bathrooms for privacy that still lets light through, even spray-on coatings.

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