are what your present mental capability has enabled you to comprehend
about yourself. Your whole environment reflects this. When you use only
the conscious mind and its limited capacity, it is no wonder you often
feel bad about yourself.
The conscious and not illuminated
mind is constrained
within its beliefs. Its function mostly is limited to reactions based upon
circumstances encountered. It is no wonder that your environment returns
little to you.
Give attention to the understanding
that your deeper, subconscious mind can have an effect upon your existence.
Increase your understanding
through thinking upon these things.
There is little hope where there is little action.
Put the thought in your mind that you are being guided to the sources you
need, and do not hesitate to get involved when the opportunity presents
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"The best way to have a good
idea is to have lots of ideas." ...Linus Pauling, American chemist, 1901-1994,
a major advocate of greatly increasing Vitamin C intake, two time Nobel
Prize winner. He won a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the nature of chemical
bonding and the 1962 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts toward disarmament.
His book How To Live Longer And Feel Better, 1986, became a New
York Times bestseller.