A Quote by Neville Goddard on awakening, i am ness, joel osteen, christian mortgage company, love and gratitude, ken wilber, eckhart tolle, dr david hawkins, life, christ jesus, enlightenment, kenneth copeland, creflo dollar, and jesse duplantis
IF WE WOULD AWAKEN,
WE WOULD BECOME SELECTORS OF THE BEAUTY
OF THE GARDEN GOD HAS GIVEN US
Ninety-nine percent of the world waits for change to happen on the outside so they can reflect it, but that is no accomplishment. If we would awaken, we would become selectors of the beauty of the garden God has given us. We would single out an aspect we desire to express and deliberately change our attitude towards life itself.
The little fable of the fox and the grapes shows the importance of imagination. Failing to obtain the grapes, the fox persuaded himself that they were sour and, by imagining them so he evoked, within himself, a change of attitude thereby no longer feeling the same way about the grapes.
Although this little fable is on a negative, or tragic tone, you can take the same story and make it a positive one by contemplating your noble concept of life.
Although you may not appear to have the talent to realize your desire, do not claim its possession is beyond you and therefore sour. Rather, rejoice in the knowledge that it is yours. Do this and you will produce an emotional response which is necessary for seedtime.
AS YOU SOW, YOU REAP
Contributed by: Darren