Hello everyone! Just wanted to let you know the results of the Aha Moment project. I didn’t make it into the top 10 so my ad will not be running in 2011. Thank you all so much for your support and your votes. It was a lot of fun and a great opportunity to get The Napkin Dad Story out there. I appreciate you all!
Imagine your thoughts could be seen. What would they look like in the mirror? Would they be as pretty or ugly or boring or exciting as you see your physical self? Would your thoughts be ‘presentable’ to others? Do you have to put a lot of ‘makeup’ on your thoughts before you go out of the house?
It’s so much easier to put on the right clothes and other stylings to look better than you would otherwise look. But our thoughts are really what carry us more than our looks so how do we go about making sure our thoughts are what we want them to be? It’s no different than with your looks. You can do one or more of these 3 things.
- You can put on ‘thought makeup’. Present a better version of your thoughts to the public. Nothing wrong with that, it’s what civilization is made of.
- You can look at your raw thoughts, just like your raw looks, and find the value and beauty in them instead of seeing the flaws, shortcomings and insufficiencies.
- You can train your thoughts, just as you can train your muscles of your body, to be better than they used to be – to be stronger, more resilient, less inclined to be injured or disabled.