There is a lot to be said about practice, and many will say that practice “makes” perfect. I will give my full agreement on that, especially since I understand how much we improve ourselves with every round of practice that we go. We are indeed making our selves perfect with every round as the verb makes tend to suggest that it is an ongoing process toward perfection. How about when it comes to thinking, and many will say that thinking makes the man perfect. I can give my full agreement on that also, especially since I understand how we improve ourselves with every round of thinking that we go. The one word that we have probably heard as much as any other word is? That’s right, THINK. We have been told countless of times to think first before we do that. Before we do what? Before we do anything. We hear it all the time from people of all walks: if I had just thought it through, I would have avoided the cost of not thinking it through first. In this statement along we can see the relationship between practice, and thinking. If you are going to be better off by thinking things through, that means that you are going to practice thinking to come out with an improved you. So yeah, the practice of thinking will make for a more perfect you as you continue to do it. Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking.
I have read a couple of good books over the years that talks about how the practice of thinking is so vital to who we are. My main book really gives it to us straightforward when it comes to the practice of thinking. Let’s read a part of a scripture from my main book: Proverbs 23:7, For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Stop. As he thinketh in his heart, so is he, now that is about as straight forward as one can get; and this is coming from the word of truth. And do you see the major factor contributing to how the person becomes? It is not the thinking, but it is the practice of what the thinking has become. First of all, “as” a man thinketh: so what have we run into or come upon first, for as we think on it to become? This is a process or practice that gets down into the heart. This took some time or practice going over and over. We’ll need some Twizzlers or some Red Vines for us in Cali to chew on this one. lol. This is not a quick emotional response, no, we have practice this thought so into our mind until it’s in the heart now. My question to each would be, what is the person, place, or thing that has had our attention for a while, or had our practice for a while to gain the power over us to become it? So let’s look back at Proverb 23:6, to see what came before the “For” that leads off in Proverbs 23:7. There is usually always something that is before the “For” that brings things together, so let’s look at what was practiced in the thinking here that leads to the “For.” Proverbs 23:6, “Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats:” So the thing before the “For,” whether it be good for you or whether it be bad for you, it is what you will become if you practice it or make it into a relationship of yours over a period of time as it occupies your thoughts; or as it renews your mind to have you become it. So yes, when we practice our thinking, we can be made to perfect our thinking by becoming that in which we think ourselves. Now let’s go focus on practicing what we think according to the Will of Father. My second book was entitled the “One Minute Manager,” and I will finish that in another post soon entitled, “Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking II.”
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.