BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 by Richard & Mary Alice Jafolla in THE QUEST

is nothing, n-o-t-h-i-n-g, that did not begin as a thought. The
Universe was brought forth from an idea in God-Mind. You and everything
else in this Universe began as an idea. All that is and all that has
been and all that will ever be, began or will begin with a thought.

are the power of the world. They are the very blueprint for our lives.
And just as God brought forth the world with a thought, we bring forth
our world with our thoughts. God creates people, and people create their
conditions. There is a cooperation between God and each of us as we
create our world. But whereas in God-Mind all ideas are for our good, we
take these ideas from God-Mind and filter them through our minds to
create our world. That can be a marvelous thing, except when our minds
are choked with perceived limitations and false beliefs.

It is
from our thoughts that we systematically draw the people, places, and
circumstances into our lives that eventually become our reality. Each
thought is a living “brick” that, piled on one another, constructs our
future. True, it is action which shapes our material world, but actions
are nothing more than three-dimensional thoughts. It is through our
thoughts that we give life to the world. To us have been given the power
to create and destroy.”

                       Richard & Mary Alice Jafolla, in “The Quest”

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