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Winning The Invincible Mind

Author: Ramneet
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Our Mind makes us do good and bad deeds. It is imperative to try to conquer our mind.

Winning The Invincible Mind

Mind the master.
Mind the monster.
Mind the avaricious.
Mind the arbitrator.
Mind the ruler.
Mind the runner.

Mind the soil
where the seeds of good and bad thoughts are sown
and they reap into good and bad actions.
Control on mind.
Control on actions.
Control on life.
Mind governs your life.

Eyes do not see what mind does not know.
Mind can do wonders.
Beautiful mind beautiful life.
Mind takes directions and add dimensions to your life.

Virtues grow and are nurtured in the mind.
Vices, the enemies are annihilated in the mind
by true knowledge and right guidance
to have an enlightened mind
to transform life
to lead an uplifted and serene life.

Submitted on 2012-02-24 14:31:44     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  The mind is not responsible in and of itself. If we learn to watch it we can choose whether to accept a though or not. Some thoughts can be extremely sticky mind you!

Mind governs your life....if you let it. lol I am enjoying your writings

| Posted on 2013-01-17 00:00:00 | by elephantasia | [ Reply to This ]
  As we think, so it is we do. The mind is the forerunner of action...

excellent philosophical write; ideally, it would warn us to think before we act...

reminds me of a remarkable talk given by the famous speaker Earl Nightingale titled "The Strangest Secret".

Nice work!
| Posted on 2012-02-26 00:00:00 | by Ron Cole | [ Reply to This ]

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