Thoughts are powerful. Spoken thoughts are a thousand times more powerful.
I’ve had some time to examine my thoughts, and decided to get rid of some junk. “Garbage in, Garbage out.” Right?
I’ve had fun playing with my new phone. I could have given up on it, but I pushed through and got it working the way I want it.
I found this week that some texting buddies aren’t great at responding once their initial curiosity has been satisfied. In my way of thinking…they don’t get a response in the future. There is nothing more frustrating than someone texting with a question. You answer and ask them a question, and all you get is silence. What’s that all about?
I had to take control of my imagination this week, and replace some garbage thoughts with something better.
I’m a good friend. I respond right away when a friend reaches out. I reach out instead letting my friends always reach to me. I take care of my friends. My focus with my friends is to celebrate them, and be a blessing.
So, what is the point? I’m grateful today for understanding the difference between a texting buddy and a friend. I’m grateful for the power to choose my thoughts. I’m grateful for my good friends. I’m grateful that I got to learn something new. I’m grateful for good books, good blogs, and the good fuel I need to put good things in my mind.
The lessons of watching my thoughts and words are always timely, always appreciated. I’m grateful for lessons, reminders, and opportunities to build some skills