BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 by Chin-Ning Chu in THICK FACE, BLACK HEART

“All good things come to those who strive with patience: our sense of self-limitation did not form overnight. Thus, we require patience to readjust our course. A good phrase from the ancient Chinese elucidates this point; “Dripping water, in time, will cut a hole through the stone.” When we were infants, like bees we were in tune with our natural instincts – we heard only the pure voice from our Divine Maker.

As we learned the way of men, we adopted their “guidance” and tuned out the voice of our Maker. Whenever we are willing to listen to the criticism of others, there is never a shortage of volunteers. With self-determination and self-effort, no one can keep you from manifesting your true destiny. The mystery of a towering fruit tree lies dormant within a tiny seed.”  

             C hin-Ning Chu, in “Thick Face, Black Heart”

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