Incredible to think we are already in Week 7 of the Master Key Experience. This week Haanel talks about visualization. He states, “visualization is the process of making mental images, and the image is the mold or model which will serve as a pattern from which your future will emerge.”
It makes me think about John Lennon and his vision. Yes, I have been in deep thought today as most people are around the world after the Paris attacks. I can remember many, many years ago when I was a Junior in High School our English teacher gave us an assignment and honestly, I do not remember the exact assignment, however, remember it was very important to me to talk about John Lennon’s song “Imagine” and what it meant to me.
This morning I awoke thinking about this beautiful song and saw others were thinking the same around the world. When you listen, visualize the beauty around the world and sadly sometimes that beauty comes with sacrifice. I want to take this time to thank all of the Veterans for their service and protection. We have our freedom and will continue to have our freedom because of those that serve our country.
I love spending time each week with the Master Key Experience. I am learning to use tools we are given to help be the watchman at the gate, what comes into our mind and absorbed into our being. Since I heard about the Paris attacks last night I have watched more TV than I have in a whole month. Why you might ask? I want to know the facts, I want to know details for we have a very important election coming up here in the United States and we need to have leadership. We can say, “oh, my vote does not matter”, but we can’t put our heads in the sand.
Did I mention we are not supposed to give our opinions this week!!! I could write pages of my opinions right now, but I am going to do some Haanel reading instead. I am grateful for my family, friends and people around the world that are kind, have good hearts and want to make this a better world for others and for generations to come.
My thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones and those who have endured so much.