PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 by Bill King in STINKIN’ THINKIN’ STINKS!

“Picture the ocean. See the birds? See the sailboats? Awesome! This picture in your mind—of all those beautiful things above the water—represents everything that’s concrete in the world. It’s what you can see, touch, taste, hear, or smell.

Now let your mind travel under the water. See the fish and the seaweed? See the ocean floor? Very cool. This picture in your mind—of all the amazing things under the water—represents everything that you can’t see, touch, taste, hear, or smell in the world. It’s the world of thoughts. Imagine yourself having a thought that becomes a solid block. The block shoots out of your head and lands in the water. It sinks to the bottom and comes to rest on the ocean floor. Now every time you have a thought like that one, a new block shoots out of your head and lands on top of the first one. Eventually, you have so many similar thoughts that the stack of blocks gets tall enough to break the surface of the ocean! Everything you’ve been thinking about has become real!”

                         Bill King, in “Stinkin’ Thinkin’ Stinks!”

This innovative and entertaining book is designed to provide kids with real tools for changing negative habits. Purchase a copy today during its official “launch day,” and you’ll receive hundreds of dollars of bonus gifts. To learn more about the book, the bonus gifts, and ordering Click Here.

A FREE
service since 1999, “Ponder on This” benefits subscribers, authors, and
publishers by including “links” to
Amazon.com where subscribers can
learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it. In all instances
these links are provided as a convenience,and do NOT generate any type of
compensation for Pondercentral.

Individuals
interested in a direct subscription to “Ponder on This” are requested to please
click
here
or
feel free to forward to a friend. To contact Pondercentral via email,
please click
here.

This entry was posted in Power of Positive Thinking. Bookmark the permalink.