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This is a place of creating new thoughts, strengthening positive thoughts, and through this change of thought create a change of ourselves, our circumstances and more.

In the early 1900's a man named James Allen wrote a small book called "As A Man Thinketh" that still has profound impact on the world today. The slim volume speaks of the impact that thought has upon the human mind. It is the key to all successes and failures. And through thought one can change one's life.

Because this work is in the public domain it is fairly easy to get a copy. You can even find free ebooks for it on the net. You can get a simple text version of it here http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/4507.

I am literally what I think, my character being the complete sum of all my thoughts.

I am where I am, and I've got what I've got all based upon the thoughts that I carry around in my head. If I'm not where I want to be and I don't have the kind of life I want to have I have to change my thoughts to get something different than what I have now.

If you are interested in changing your life, changing your thoughts that hold you back, then consider joining and posting here.

Sister Hazel - Change Your Mind

Hey, hey
Did you ever think
There might be another way
To just feel better,
Just feel better about today

Oh no-
If you never want to have
To turn and go away
You might feel better,
Might feel better if you stay

Yeah yeah
I bet you haven’t heard
A word I’ve said
Yeah yeah
If you’ve had enough
Of all your tryin’
Just give up
The state of mind you’re in

If you want to be somebody else,
If you’re tired of fighting battles with yourself
If you want to be somebody else
Change your mind...

Hey hey-
Have you ever danced in the rain
Or thanked the sun
Just for shining- just for shining
Or the sea?
Oh no- take it all in
The world’s a show
And yeah, you look much better,
Look much better when you glow

Hey hey-
What ya say
We both go and seize the day
’cause what’s your hurry
What’s your hurry anyway