Have you ever?

Have you ever had a day where you just think? Just think about everything. About life,  about future, about God, and about random little things. I had one of those days. I couldn’t stop thinking today. It is crazy to think about how vast this world is and then to think about the fact that it is only a small portion. WOW! I can’t comprehend it. Our thoughts are something to be very careful with and it is days like this that where thoughts can really take over. For example; Have you ever had a day where all you do think about failures, mistakes, disappointments, and things that make you sad. These are the thoughts you need to be careful with. They can slowly start to take over your mind and become expressed in your actions. Be careful with your thoughts on days like this. Because, thoughts, whether good or bad, are a part of life in general.

Published in: on September 22, 2007 at 7:54 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. True that!! And I do comment. I commented on your first blog and just read the rest today. It sometimes takes me a couple of days to read everyones. Good blog teej it really brings home the word about bringing everythought captive. Things thought about will become words spoken… Love ya man.

  2. I once heard someone say our thoughts are a prelude to our actions. I really believe that. We really need to be careful about what we put into our brain.
    Debbie aka The Real World Martha

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