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Drops of Water!
Rebekah Clark Dunlap
The following ideas are offered as food for thought in
planning your day.
Each expression can be a drop of the "living water of
life" if you use the essence of the truth contained
The greatest sin is fear.
The best day of your life is today.
The most agreeable companion is one who would receive you
as you are.
The greatest deceiver is one who deceives himself.
The greatest production secret is eliminate waste; be
The best recreation is soul work!
The greatest comfort is the knowledge that you did your
The greatest mistake is giving up.
The most expensive indulgence is hate. (Hate takes its
toll in all aspects of your being.)
The cheapest, easiest, and most destructive thing is
The greatest stumbling block is an inflated ego.
The most severe bankruptcy is the soul that has lost
The most clever person is the one who follows his inner
The most dangerous person is the liar.
The greatest need is common sense.
The greatest puzzle is life, but it can be solved!
The greatest thought is God.
The greatest thing in the world is love.
The truest solace is prayer.
The greatest inspiration is a divine idea whose time has
The most glorious miracle is YOU.
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those who work with joy. --Kahlil
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We Focus On Expands."
Is it not amazing that life's power is often so obvious
and simple? This basic law of basic mind is just
that, very obvious and very simple. Yet, to discover it,
to know it, and, especially to apply it with discipline,
has been for the human race apparently very challenging
and difficult. Conflict in the Middle East, for example,
has been happening for how long? Persons there have
focused for centuries on hurts, wounds, insults,
competitions and revenge. Currently we must say that it
has expanded. Attempts are being made to switch the focus
to peace, understanding, resolution and cooperation, but
the patterns of the centuries seem so strong. The hurt ego
would rather be right, get even or even withdraw than love
and cooperate and communicate. Mistrust, defensiveness and
protection are the locus of the focus, and that is what
Dr. Daniel Amen of Fairfield, California, ia a pioneer in
brain research and creative solutions to mental
problems. He experienced a profound lesson in
focusing upon the negative and the positive. He took his
seven year old son to see Fat Freddie the Penguin. Freddie
was amazing, remarkable and well trained. Dr. Amen
described what happened that changed his life so
much. "I went up to the trainer afterward and
asked, 'How did you get Freddie to do all these
really neat things?' The trainer looked at my son, and
then she looked at me and said, 'Unlike parents, whenever
Freddie does anything like what I want him to do, I notice
him! I give him a hug, and I give him a fish.' The
light went on in my head. Whenever my son did what I
wanted him to do, I paid little attention to him, because
I was a busy guy, like my own father. However, when he
didn't do what I wanted him to do, I gave him a lot of
attention because I didn't want to raise a bad kid. I was
inadvertently teaching him to be a little monster in order
to get my attention." Dr. Amen described how he
changed his behavior that day so that he would notice and
pay attention to his son's positive performances and
achievements and would downplay his negative ones.
Apparently his son has expanded his positive side
enormously since then. Dr. Amen became a collector of
penguin based, penguin related items to assist him in
staying forever focused on love, praise, the positive, the
things that are right and OK. He has over six hundred
penguin based items in his collection. He gives his
patients the following verbal prescription, "Focus on
what you like a lot more than what you don't like."
Let us begin now to apply this simple and remarkable
principle toward the expansion and elevation of our
consciousness. Let us notice the history of ourselves, our
minds, our patterns. Select something that has been
negative, focused upon and therefore expanded. Choose now
to forgive, release and exchange for a positive. Choose
once again to see Self, Other, a Situation, the World,
"through positive lenses" rather than negative
lenses. "Desire determines perception." Joel
Goldsmith, the Founder of the Infinite Way, used to say,
"Have only one desire, to know God
aright." As all of us do more and more of that,
THAT is what will expand. The processes of judgment are so
treacherous... such processes expand what is
"wrong" rather than shifting us to what is
"right" or OK. Let this thought be our resolve:
"In the Great Now, I choose to perceive myself and
all else based upon love and desires permeated by love. I
transform all my judgments by laying them to rest and
focusing upon them no more. I perceive joy, happiness,
bliss, peace and constructiveness everywhere. I am so
grateful that I have forgiven everyone for anything and
everything. The Source within is expressing
Itself as All That Is, as I/You/Me." Jesus said,
"Greater works than I do, shall you do."
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"CHICAGO -- There are 24
million unused wireless telephones that are sitting around
gathering dust in homes and offices. The wire-less
industry is urging people to donate these phones to help
victims of domestic violence through CALL to PROTECT,
which pro-vides people in danger with instant access to
help. With a phone "help is just a (key) punch
away," Mary Carla Grube, executive director of
Freedom House, a domestic violence shelter in Princeton,
Ill., tells UPI. "It's incredibly empowering for
victims to know that they can access help at any
time. The victim is no longer isolated." Under
the program, old wireless phones are specially programmed
for emergency service and equipped with free airtime,
which is donated by wireless carrier members of the
Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association. The
phones are programmed so that no outgoing or incoming
calls can be made or received. Radio Shack has
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its 7,100 stores nationwide during October, which is National
Domestic Violence Awareness Month. "Since its
introduction, Donate a Phone has resulted in 100,000
phones collected in drives by businesses, civic groups,
and grass roots organizations," said Joe Della Posta,
spokesman for CALL to PROTECT. CALL to
PROTECT is sponsored by the Wireless Foundation, the
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Motorola.
The Wireless Foundation is distributing the wireless
phones to domestic violence shelters nationwide, according
to Rita Smith, executive director of NCLAV, a Denver-based
organization that serves as a national referral center on
Several companies are joining with sponsoring carriers to
support major donation events during October. SBC
Wireless/Cellular One will help sponsor a drive Oct. 19 in
Chicago, while Verizon Wireless supported a collection
effort in Los Angeles last Wednesday. Other
markets planning events include San Francisco, New York,
Phoenix, Detroit, Dallas and Atlanta. For additional
information on the Wireless Foundation, visit www.wirelessfoundation.org.
For more information on CALL to PROTECT, visit www.calltoprotect.org.
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