BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, October 14th, 2016 by Imelda Shanklin in WHAT ARE YOU?

“Never say that you have failed. You may have ceased to try, and so did not complete the matter that you began. It is quite impossible that you should fail, but it is quite possible that you may desert a work before you have finished it. If you wish to bring to a perfect consummation a thing that you now have in hand, do not let go of  it by switching from your present consciousness regarding it to another consciousness regarding it.”

Imelda Shanklin in “What Are You?”

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