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Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Worth thinking about!

The following observations were written by an unknown author. Although I cannot give proper credit where it is due, nevertheless these timeless insights are worthy of our consideration. May I suggest that you read each thought and then, like a cow chewing its cud over and over, meditate on it and apply the idea to your personal circumstances:                                        
  • "You cannot control the length of your life, but you can control your life’s width and depth.
  • You cannot control the weather, but you can control the moral atmosphere that surrounds you.
  • You cannot control the contour of your countenance, but you can control its expressions and what it communicates to others.
  • You cannot control the other person’s opportunities, but you can make certain to take hold of the opportunities that come your way.
  • You cannot control the larger incomes that some of your friends receive, but you can manage wisely your own modest earnings.
  • You cannot control another individual’s annoying faults or habits, but you can see to it that you yourself do not develop or harbour tendencies that would become annoyances to others.
  • You cannot control difficult times or rainy days, but you can put resources aside now that can carry you through times of adversity and need.
  • You cannot control the distance that your head can rise above the ground, but you can control the height of the contents contained within your head.
So why worry about things you cannot control? Get busy controlling the things that depend upon you! Don't worry about circumstances you cannot change. Concentrate on attitudes you can!" (A.N.Onymous)

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