Our most powerful tool
The most powerful tool at our disposal in our life is our mind. That is why our enemy fights us in our mind. The enemy ties our head up with stress, anger, pettiness, worry, jealousy, aggravation and low self-esteem. We can become physically sick when our mind is loaded with unnecessary garbage and bullshit.
The bullshit that is failed tests, relationships, dates, or a career. The garbage that is said to us by people who have never attempted anything. Or those who have made attempts only to give up because they didn’t get it on the first try. Therein by admitting their own demise they selfishly make it a point to ruin others success. Their mind is weak, their thoughts are toxic and their way is no way, a dead end.
There is an old african proverb that says, “If there is no enemy within, the enemy outside can do us no harm”. How powerful is that!?
Know that there will be blessings and opportunities. Those come with consequences, which are the struggles, tests and challenges.
A new mind
Ask yourself, ask God (if you believe) or ask the power you believe in for a “new mind”. The new mind means a new perspective, a new way of looking at our situation(s), get your mind ready for the new week, new month or new year. When you get to that new day, week, month or year, know that there will be blessings and opportunities. Those come with consequences, which are the struggles, tests and challenges. Those challenges can yield new victories when your “new mind” can handle the change(s).
You can do this. Start with one seed of belief and water the new mind with positive thoughts and actions.
Refuse to waste time. Refuse to waste opportunities. Refuse to take your old way of thinking into a new day, week, month or year.
Have you ever walked into the children’s ward of a hospital or spent time with a person who is terminally ill? They are
asking, no BEGGING God or a higher power for another moment or THE MOMENTS that we are wasting.
Don’t shape yourself around what is going on in the world currently. Don’t worry about what is out of your control. Will you take action against the one enemy you can control….your mind?