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To Make A Fire

I was reading something last week and the author mentioned that to make a fire, you have to concentrate a lot of energy in one spot. In one spot.

That thought stayed with me. It seems we are all distracted, so busy putting our energy here and there, that we seldom concentrate our energy in a single spot.

This is often to our own detriment.

What could you achieve if you stopped disintegrating your own power? If you stopped defusing your own bomb? If you actually started fanning your fire when it began to crackle and blaze? What if you had a mental laser beam and you used it?

What if you took all of your attention and devoted it to one project today? Imagine what could happen.

So, try it. Today.

And if you won’t, or you think you can’t, ask yourself these two questions: Why not? And who is speaking here — sense or fear?

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