We are nearing the end of week 17 of this wonderful journey. I looked back at some of my earlier posts. In week 1, I wrote, “Today I begin a new life,” which are the words of Og Mandino as he wrote Scroll I in The Greatest Salesman in the World. I was an eager new student, who awakened each morning looking forward to the readings.
By week 6, I was feeling the crunch of all the assignments, and was a bit dizzy from all of the information I was processing, but I was also running around telling everyone, (silently), that I loved them.
By week 11, I was becoming persistent. I was like a well-oiled machine, organized, and thrilled to be getting all of my daily tasks done.
Now in week 17, the Master Plan is in place. I am aware of the changes in me. I no longer allow other people’s ideas to drive me. Only I have the answers.
I am Nature’s greatest miracle.
I not only see my own uniqueness, but I am seeing it in others. Their uniqueness stands out to me in colors so brilliant and dazzling I feel I’m in the center of a Mardi Gras festival.
Haanel writes that if I concentrate on my purpose, “…intuitive power will be set in operation and help will come in the nature of information, which will lead to success.” With knowledge, I can manifest anything I want.