Monday, 3 October 2011

What u feed will grow, what you don't will starve.

Some of us believe that our life is based on destiny, kismet, faith.  It is all mapped out and God moves us around like pawns on a chess board.

Others believe that we own who we are and where we end up.  God may guide us if we ask but we play a major role in what we manifest.

Others are atheists.  They do not believe there is something omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient.  They believe that we evolved from dinosaurs, plants, the earth. 

As most of you will know I believe that we are able to manifest our futures. I do not profess to being right in my thinking, it is just my thinking.  Which leads me to believing 'What u feed will grow and  what you don't will starve.'

This applies to your mind, your body, your bad experiences, your children, everything.  For example constantly absorbing knowledge, learning, and broadening your mind feeds the brain. Your thought processes, your willingness to achieve, and to exist as the person you want to be can change in proportion to how much you nourish your mind.

Your body given care, can provide strength, longevity, stamina.  With our children, nourishing their bodies and mind can make them be the best they can be, it can help them make themselves proud, and become great human beings.

On the flip side, if you deny your children your love, your time,yourself, it can have a detrimental effect on them and the adults they become.  We clearly know the impact of not physically feeding them, they will literally starve.

Scientifically it has been found that starving your mind can contribute to the quicker onset of dementia and other debilitating illnesses that come with age. The body without exercise may just fade.

Therefore, go forth and feed your inner self.  Grow and become the best you.  Knowledge is power.  If you want to become an entrepreneur for example do some research, be aware, feed your soul with what it it needs to drive you to success.

When negative situations befall you or if you have been unfortunate to have suffered bad experiences.  Do not nourish those experiences and keep them living in your thoughts and actions.  Starve them, kill them, bury them and throw them away.

Henry Ford said “Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice” 

Be responsible for you,  it will make you feel good about yourself and it will be of service to you too. Above all feed yourself, grow, please don't deliberately starve.


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