Across the span of the past few decades of my life I’ve heard a great many analogies that compare something to “my house.” The most common ones have been federal financing (compared to a home budget to make it easier to understand), the nation (discussing illegal immigration) and others like that. Recently I saw a motivational posting online that made me stop and think about MY MIND as my house. The post is shared with this entry: When you allow the wrong people in your house, stuff will come up missing like: Joy, Peace, Love, Hope, Faith… (Yes, people steal these things).
If you allow the wrong people into your house and they steal those things that’s bad enough. But change “house” to “mind” and think about it:
When you allow the wrong people in your mind, stuff will come up missing like: Joy, Peace, Love, Hope, Faith…
But, I hear you thinking, no one can get inside my mind. You’re both right and wrong…
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