Monday, August 20, 2012

School Starts

Well, the new school year is upon us here in Mitchell, SD.  The kids took off this morning, somewhat excited to see friends and get back to school but a little trepidatious as well, especially my Freshman beginning her first year of high school.  I took some time this morning to reflect on how I was feeling about the new year and all it brings, both personally and in terms of my writing. 

I pulled open my box of Power Thought Cards by Louise L. Hay.  I won them some time back and have thoroughly enjoyed reading and pondering their true meanings.  I found two this morning that spoke to me and seemed to be a fitting start to a new school year (which will, hopefully, afford me more writing time than the summer months).  I thought I'd share with all of you in case you are facing a similar reflective state today.

"It's only a thought, and a thought can be changed.  I am not limited by any past thinking.  I choose my thoughts with care.  I constantly have new insights and new ways of looking at my world.  I am willing to change and grow."


"Divine wisdom guides me.  I am guided throughout this day in making the right choices.  Divine intelligence continuously guides me in the realization of my goals."

I believe these may become a mantra of sorts as I begin each new day.  I am not sure if these cards are still being printed, but they are certainly filled with many nuggests of inspiration if you can find them.

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