Strongest Argument for Letting Go of Fears

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A gentleman working with me reported he had parked in the most remote spot he could find in the tiered parking lot to avoid getting dings on his car door. Later that day, another parked car rolled backwards, down two tiers, to the very end of the lot, and crashed into this man’s car.

No other cars had been damaged. Just his. It was like a magnet drawing destruction toward it.

And this is not an isolated incident. I’ve heard many similar stories that confirm the power our fears have over our lives.

What we focus on, as demonstrated by the way we think and talk, often becomes our reality.

I don’t know about you, but I’m going to make sure my thoughts are happy.

So far, it’s working.

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