Chris Fenwick

A Quote by Chris Fenwick on einstein, choice, and richard bach

Character of Rene speaking on our choice in the matter – how our thinking literally creates reality.

“Einstein once said, ‘The problem will not be solved by the same minds that created it.’  I always thought that meant that different people needed to come in to solve our problems.  But what about our personal problems?  Someone else can’t necessarily come in and solve them for us.   I,  …  realized that it isn’t someone else’s mind that is needed, it is a change of mind that is needed.    We can change our own minds!  We have the choice to relinquish our past and choose a new set of possibilities.  All we have to do is change our minds.  Einstein also knew it wouldn’t be easy. … He said, ‘Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”
Character of Fritz speaking on our choice in the matter – how our thinking literally creates reality.

“We become accustomed to what we believe reality to be and we are overwhelmingly convinced that we are limited in our ability to make that reality any different.  We must give up these convictions and limitations.  I think it was Richard Bach who said, ‘Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they are yours.’”

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 186

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A Quote by Chris Fenwick on gratitude

“Gratitude… is a state of mind, a state of consciousness, if you will.  You cannot feel gratitude in the past or in the future.  You can think about it outside of present time reality, but you can’t experience it.  The true experience of gratitude requires several things.  It requires you to be in the present moment, completely devoid of past regrets or future projections.  When you experience true gratitude as not only an emotion, but as a state of mind, all traces of being a victim, or of self-pity wash away and are replaced with power and connection to God.”

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 308

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A Quote by Chris Fenwick on conscious thought and intent

“… what you think about expands.  Ponder that for a moment.”

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 310

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A Quote by Chris Fenwick on purpose and possibilities

Philosopher Pantanjali

“When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds:  Your mind transcends limitation, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world.  Dormant forces, facilities and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be.

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 130

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A Quote by Chris Fenwick on pupose and living on purpose

Answering the following questions leads one to purpose and God.

“Why am I here?  What am I passionate about?  What did I dream about when I was a child?  If I could do anything, without concern for money or circumstances, what would I do?  How can I serve my neighbor?  What can I do?  What gives me a sense of peace, joy and satisfaction?”

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 132

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by Chris Fenwick on fulfillment, purpose, and living on purpose

The average Westerner, some would label civilized, (I would not choose that word), is caught in a life of mediocrity and unhappiness.  The magic has been lost on most.  We are sucked into the spell of consumerism, to be left with many things in our garage but nothing in our hearts.  We live frustrated, desperate lives of hopelessness, which are only occasionally sprinkled with moments of hope and clarity.  The most we look forward to is the next thing we can add to our already bulging pile of stuff.  We somehow go to jobs we don’t choose, day in day out, wondering if there isn’t something more to life.  We skimp and scrape to get by, never thinking about the next person.  It does not often cross our minds, that giving away our time, energy and love to another, gives us more happiness and hope in our own lives.  We live in fear – fear of dying, fear of living, fear of losing our stuff, fear of our neighbors, fear of the environment, fear of change, and fear of ourselves, really.”

Sherman continued as the others focused their attention on him.  “If we compare this type of existence to the type of existence the owner’s of these handprints lived, we see a dramatic difference.  They sought out, discovered and lived in harmony with their purpose, with each other and in their environment.  These symbols physically remain to demonstrate to this day, their connection to personal power and purpose – and to the spirit world that brought them that purpose.  When we know our purpose we are happier, more centered people.  We have direction, hope and something to look forward to, each and every day.  Something to work toward.  When we meet people who are living on-purpose we revere them, call them heroes and envy their lives.  But we each have out own gifts to bring.  Like the “Little Drummer Boy” our personal gifts are all that God wants from us.  When our personal purpose is expressed in how we make a living, we are fulfilled and happy.  When that purpose also reveals our individual method of service to our fellow man, fear falls away and peace and satisfaction take its place.

Chris Fenwick

Source: the 100th human, Pages: 129

Contributed by: HeyOK

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