By Richard Fischer
My life experiences have been teaching me the power of thought. I’m realizing I want to depend on a good God for thoughts because the human mind’s thoughts can sometimes not be good.
I remember a few years ago reading and my daughter came into the room to introduce me to her friend. We all had a great conversation, discussing things we had in common, like music and spiritual ideas. Then the friend stunned me with her comment, “I’m dying,” and caught me off guard.
I asked, “What are you dying from?”
“I don’t know. I just know I won’t be around here soon.”
Her conviction reminded me to be careful what I focus on for thoughts.
This morning, my daughter told me her friend had died at 0230. I asked if they knew why she died.
“No, and she was only 39 years old.”
We talked more about the power of thought. I believe we are what we think.
Imagine if we were taught this in school.
Though I’m educated, I didn’t learn this spiritual power in school but from Healing Science. Thankfully, through my own personal experiences I’m learning we have a good Mind as the source of good thoughts that do make a difference for the better.