by Doug Snyder
Is there literally a distinction, or physical distance, such as space or miles, BETWEEN two (or more) thoughts?
In other words, if I choose to think one thought versus another, is there distance between the two choices? Is the distance just linear, is it horizontal or vertical, or both?
How can a group of people in the same or similar circumstance have completely different experiences? Why is there thought distance between people having the same experience?
Where do thoughts come from?
Why are some people peace-filled and happy, while others constantly disgruntled, fearful, and anxious?
Why does our human journey have ups and downs?
Actions follow beliefs.
Words carry creative power.
Thoughts, like the rudder of a ship, steer the vessel.
Actions, words, and thoughts are springs, sourced in the heart.
To what Kingdom is a spring sourced?
Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Guard your heart for it is the...
By Doug Snyder
“…And they took offense at him.” Mark 6:3
Acting in a national TV show, without being given scripts, Beth and I simply talked about a family dream, traveling and ministering around the US. We talked as if it were actually happening. The motorhome in the background was the luxury item being advertised on the show.
For months after airing we received emails, calls, and inquiries. They all wanted to know how we liked our new motorhome, and, how was traveling as a family? We explained, it was just a commercial. We were actors. Most believed us. One neighbor, however, insisted he saw “the motorhome” parked in our driveway.
“The mind cannot tell the difference between something real or vividly imagined.” D. Waitley.
The mind is powerful. Choose your thoughts well.
Three of us use to gather monthly to share ideas on improving our daily impact. Our aptly named hangout, The Hungry Mind restaurant, had pictures and...