BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 by Doreen Virtue in UNCONDITIONAL GRATITUDE excerpted from GRATITUDE: A WAY OF LIFE

“Every situation in which we find ourselves is an opportunity to look in the mirror and see a perfect reflection of our thought patterns. All our situations whether we’d label them negative or positive are products of our thoughts. It is impossible, in this orderly universe, to randomly attract a situation not suited to your thoughts. If we don’t care for the pattern of situations we are attracting, we can confront its source: our thought patterns. Spiritual growth comes from discovering thought patterns that don’t suit you, and then deciding to replace them with healthier thoughts. It’s a little like weeding a garden.”

  Doreen Virtue, in “Unconditional Gratitude” excerpted from “Gratitude: A Way of Life”
 
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BONUS BEST of PONDER ON THIS

“The daily routine takes your soul, lost with out a trace. It holds you down and turns you ’round and puts you in your place. Another day, another dollar, another pretty face, another chance to lose yourself in the empty space. So hold on, hold on to your dreams, hold on, even though it seems everyone around you has their little schemes, listen to your heart, and hold on to your dreams.”

   Triumph, in the song “Hold On” from the 1979 CD “Just a Game”
    
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