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The Power of Worry

Published on 6/23/2012
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Death was walking toward a city one morning and a man asked, "What are you going to do?" "I'm going to take 100 people," Death replied. "That's horrible!" The man said. "That's the way it is," Death said. "Well, we'll see about that," said the man as he hurried to warn everyone he could about Death's plan. As evening fell, he met Death again. "You told me you were going to take 100 people!" the man shouted accusingly. "Why did 1,000 die?" I kept my word," Death responded, "I only took 100 people. Worry took the others." =========== (This allegory was compiled by Robert H. Roberts and I think it hits a home run!) That which you focus on, will likely expand and you can actually bring it to fruition. Think of an idea as a stroke of a pencil on a piece of paper. And as you meditate on it, it begins to grow arms and legs and features and your constant attention ends up giving it life and actually pulling it off the paper and turning it into a 3 dimensional figure, with personality and power. My suggestion to you - if the stroke on the paper looks like bad news, turn the pencil around and erase it and draw something else. For example, don't focus on sickness, but rather on wellness. Don't fear being alone, but imagine often being surrounded by laughter and hugs. Don't focus on how heavy you are, but rather on how great and energetic you feel when you move and make the right food choices. And make these new thoughts regular and consistent and so real you could almost touch them! And as you might suspect, these are but the tip of the iceberg. I challenge you to take inventory and throw out the moldy, cob webbed thoughts of decay and fear, and invite fresh, new, invigorating life and light into your dark spaces. To Your Best You, Coach Kim http://www.whoiscoachkim.com
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