I read a book called Positive Imaging and one of the phrases in the book that I want to share here in my blog, hope it could help to others and remind myself also. "If you firmly image that you are a person destined to success, success is what you ultimately will have. If you are convinced that you will fail, failure will stalk you no matter where you go. If you think scarcity, it will befall you. If you image abundance flowing unto you, it will flow".
The universe is like a great echo chamber, sooner or later what you send comes back. If you love people, that love will reflected back to you. If you sow anger and hatred are what you will reap. If you think mainly of yourself and your own interest, people will never be drawn to you. If you put others first and yourself last, everyone will be your friend. Hope we could ponder and apply this into our life so that we will be successful but human as we are, sometimes we think negative. So we should be positive so that the outcome will be positive as well.
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