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Change Requires A Great Sacrifice

Updated: Apr 19, 2022

For something new to live, something old has to die

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The greatest change we’ll ever experience is that of our thinking. — Henery X

Change Requires A Great Sacrifice

2022, Henery X ©

Was It A Curse Or A Gift?

My thinking, or lack thereof, has led me astray more times than I care to count. But did it really lead me astray, or was it responsible for me being where I was always meant to be? I guess it’s all in the way we looked at the situation, you know, our perspective.

A Little Correct Knowledge Is Better Than None At All

I now overstand (no room for misunderstanding) the power of the mind. Granted, my overstanding is shallow, but I’ve still accomplished some great things with what little I do know. How I once thought kept me away from things I wanted and needed, unlike how I now think, which has opened doors I never knew existed.

As We Thinketh…

The mind needs nothing to function, but we need to think the thoughts it produces without judgment. Our thoughts, when acted upon, become tangible. Tangible thoughts can range from a cure for cancer to having gotten out of bed and going to work. Tangible is something that has been done, not something we’re thinking about doing.

If we want to live our best life, we need to think what that would comprise, and then act on that thought. Like the title of this offer says, “Change Requires A Great Sacrifice.”

Sometimes, Doing Nothing Is The Best Thing We Could Ever Do

Before I say or do anything, I always ask myself two things. The first: Will God be pleased? And the second: Would I appreciate this if it was said or done to me? Very simple, but very effective as well.

So many of us feel as if we don’t have enough time to think before we react. Well, it’s at these times our reaction should be to remain silent and real still, because anything other than, could be a decision we’ll live to regret.

There’s always time to think. We just tend to use the said time to not think so clearly. I believe if we placed ourselves on the opposite side of things before us, our decision making would be more sound.

In Closing

Our past thinking was meant to have us make better decisions in our present. Thought is the start and end of everything.

The mind needs nothing outside of itself to function, but we think the thoughts it produces without judgment.

When we feel we don’t have enough time to think of what would be politically correct to say or do, is the time we should say or do nothing.

Though every voice matters, every matter doesn’t require that our voice be heard. — Henery X

Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge my offering.

Remember. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider.

May we never lose our desire to outdo what we’ve already done.

Peace, Love, and the utmost Respect.

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