Part Fifteen - Page 6

  1. For your exercise this week, concentrate on Insight; take your accustomed position and focus the thought on the fact that to have a knowledge of the creative power of thought means to be Silent. Let the thought dwell on the fact that knowledge is dormant. That our actions are governed by custom, precedent and habit. That the only way we can get ourselves to apply knowledge is by a determined conscious effort. Call to mind the fact that knowledge used stays in the mind, that the value of the information is in the application of the principle; continue this line of thought until you gain sufficient insight to formulate a definite program for applying this principle to your own particular situation.

Think truly, and thy thoughts

Shall the world feed;

Speak truly, and each word of thine

Shall be a fruitful seed;

Live truly, and thy life shall be

A great and noble creed.

- Horatio Bonar, revised and made thoroughly positive by Darren J. McLeod

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