No doubt it seemed like way too much when he first eyed the big morsel. He put his knowing little feelers on it and the readings came back…”Too heavy for you bub.” But then he pictured his hungry tribe back home cheering and helping him carry the thing that last uphill stretch, and how the little ones ate and were full and how everyone felt happy and hopeful as he gave directions where more could be found. And right then he made up his mind. Slowly and carefully he picked it up (yes, bending at the knees to save his back, of course) and confidently he began the long, dangerous trip home. Up sheer concrete cliffs he went, over vegetation thick with bees, across raging waters, he bravely plugged on. And just as his strength was about to give out, there on the rise was home, and his friends and family excitedly (you could tell by all the busy feelers waving every which way) rushed to greet him and to lend a hand. And he remembered how he almost didn’t try it and how very glad he did! Positive imaging is amazing.
“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7
“Watch your manner of speech if you wish to develop a peaceful state of mind. Start each day by affirming peaceful, contented and happy attitudes and your days will tend to be pleasant and successful.” ~Norman Vincent Peale
“Live your life and forget your age.” ~Norman Vincent Peale, author of “Positive Imaging”