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You Have Total Control Over Your Thoughts. Here Is How To Use Them Wisely

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According to James Allen, “There are no accidents in your life. Both its harmonies and antagonisms are the responsive echoes of your thoughts.” “You are the thinker of your thoughts.” We get in life what we think about. The key to a better life is to think good thoughts. It is embracing our problems with positive thoughts. There is nothing you cannot do if you have positive thoughts in your mind. There is no door that you cannot open if you have courageous thoughts in your heart.

We attract happiness into our lives when we use the power of positive thoughts to solve all our problems. Believe me, positive thoughts are better than negative thoughts. I know, you can’t live your life without thinking about negative things. Remember, life is more than you. Do not beat yourself up for what you can’t control. Don’t think negatively about what you can’t control. You can think about anything, but not about what you can’t control. The only thing you can do about what you can’t control is to accept the fact that you can’t control it. When you accept it, it frees you. The faster, the better.

8 Inspirational James Allen Quotes On Happiness And Achievement

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“All that a man achieves and all that he fails to achieve is the direct result of his own thoughts.”– James Allen

“A man can only rise, conquer, and achieve by lifting up his thoughts. He can remain weak, and object, and miserable by refusing to lift up his thoughts.”- James Allen”

“Achievement, of whatever kind, is the crown of effort, the diadem of thought.”- James Allen

“Pure happiness is the rightful and happy condition of the soul.”- James Allen

“Happiness is mental harmony.”- James Allen

“Man is the maker of happiness and misery.”- James Allen

“Abiding happiness will come to you when, ceasing to selfishly cling, you are willing to give up.”- James Allen

“Men are not made unhappy by poverty, but by the thirst for riches.”- James Allen