The Mind is a tool and a weapon given by God to every human being created. What the dynamics of the mind means is simply the force of the mind, the drive and the vigour of the mind which is there for everyone to maximise.
According to Ronald Reagan, “there are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human Spirit and no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect”. It is a fact that none of us here on earth has maximised the mind to the highest capacity. The mind is stretchy and expandable. The more you use your mind more positively, the more you will realise how loaded you are. It is practically impossible to use up everything within the mind. The more you use the mind, the more you get from it.
The mind is the engine that controls the body, without the engine, the car can never work or function, the mind works like the engine in the car. Therefore, it must be serviced thoroughly and consistently, it must be lubricated so that it doesn’t get rusty. Your mind is not necessarily a question of where you live but how you live where you live. What do you do where you live? Who are your friends where you live? What do you read where you live? What do you watch where you live? Evil or good is not based on the location but the allocation you open your mind to accept or reject.
“The hardest prison to escape is in your mind”. An unknown author wrote, “You can’t live a positive life with a negative mind”. The force behind your life is simply the force behind your mind. Therefore, what you have become is what you have perceived, conceived or received. If you neglect your mind, you are invariably neglecting your life and before you know what is happening, it begins to reflect that your mind is malnourished. If you don’t cherish your life, you cannot nourish your mind and you cannot polish your mind. An uncherished, unnourished and unpolished mind cannot flourish.
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