Week 13: Thinking

Haanel 13:23

“Thought is a spiritual activity and is therefore creative, but make no mistake, thought will create nothing unless it is consciously, systematically, and constructively directed; and herein is the difference between idle thinking, which is simply a dissipation of effort, and constructive thinking, which means practically unlimited achievement.”

As I alluded to last week, concentrated, focused, and sustained thought is the habit I most need to develop.  This week, I have been mindful to be diligent in this area and to “do it now” rather than tell myself I will focus on it later.  I am not just thinking, I am directing my thought to my DMP and my inner self.

Thanks for reading!

Peace and health to you on your journey!

Joel

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Author: joelhallblog

I am married with four children: twin sons who are 19 years old and currently in University (Education and Law), a son who is 15 in grade 10, and a 13 year old daughter who home-schools. I have my PhD in Educational Administration as well as a degree in Economics. I love reading, writing, learning, and teaching. I have one published book about public education and I have several more books in the works. We currently live in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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