BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 by Catherine Ponder in OPEN YOUR MIND TO PROSPERITY

“You would not be the person you are today, you would not have the love, the understanding, the maturity, the depth, the compassion, the soul-searching desire for more of God’s goodness in your life if you had not had the past experiences you have been condemning. Out of the past you have grown, unfolded, and expanded your understanding and your world. So do not try to run away from the past. Do not condemn it. Just try to put it in its rightful place in your own thinking: Those experiences were for good, because through them you came forth into a ‘larger place’ in your understanding. Release all anxiety or condemnation of yourself or others about your past.”

            Catherine Ponder, in “Open Your Mind to Prosperity”

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