Every Tuesday, I share snippets of thoughts that I call ‘My Thinking Corner.’
I would like to invite you to participate. The challenge is quite simple.
Each Tuesday, share your very short snippets of positive, inspiring, motivating, health, spiritual, writing advice, clips, posts etc, that can serve as a prop to motivate others and simply add my link to your post.
I call it my thinking corner because, I actually take out a bit of time just to think through things, encapsulate my thoughts as much as possible and detoxify my mind. It helps give me clarity of vision and might help you too.
It might work for you in a different way, but the idea is to get the positive thoughts flowing.
Please send in your little thoughts. You never know whose life you might inspire.
♥ There’s a lot going on in life to be bothered with the noisome pettiness of things that aren’t worth the time of your life. Let go and move on!
♥ When you impart positive knowledge you influence eternity. You have no idea where the influence ends due to its ripple effects. Don’t stop imparting.
♥ Practice kindness for Providence never forgets.
♥ Who will change it? It’s you and I.
♥ Your plans are not as important as what you’ve done. Get doing!
Today’s thoughts came in from beautiful thinkers:
Killing fear: I like letting quotes like this sink in and repeat.
Step by step leap: Rosema keep’s it sweet and straight to the heart.
Consideration: understand, respect…simple message, yet impactful.
Stress-free zone: Nothing like family to be there when we need them. A positive vibe filled post.
I hope that you find these little drops useful now and again. Do check them out and please share snippets of your thoughts with us.
Thanks and blessed be.
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
P.S. You are invited to our monthly blog party this weekend. It’s fun and you get to meet fantastic folks 🙂
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