So we’re over half way through the class now. Gosh, that time went really fast. I’m still a little behind but slowly catching up. I’m caught up with the lessons & have done most of the reads, sits, index cards, etc. But I still haven’t had a chance to make my movie poster/vision board. Or put a shape on the gratitude cards yet. & I’m a few days behind on adding gratitude cards.
This week we’re to do & see acts of kindness, without getting caught or others knowing, & we’re to post them in the Mastermind group. Although, not getting caught isn’t always easy. If we get to 4,000 comments of kindness then Mark will go out & hug a bunch of people he doesn’t know. If we double that, he’ll double the amount of hugs. About half way through, there are A LOT of comments there already. We’re supposed to add at least 1 comment there a day.
The other day I was at Aldi’s. Its a discount grocery store here. You have to bring your own bags or buy them at the store. I was in line to check out & a lady with a full cart of groceries was in front of me putting her items up on the belt to be checked out. I noticed she had her arm in a sling & was taking 1 item at a time out. So I just started helping her. I told her that I’d just put it all up for her because she looked really tired.
I asked her what happened to her arm. She said she just had her shoulder replaced. Ouch! The check out lady scanned her items & placed them all back into another cart singly since she didn’t have any bags. I only had a couple things, so I checked out pretty quick. When I walked outside to put my things into my car, I seen her at her car again taking 1 item at a time & putting it into her trunk. So I went over & helped again.
She had some reusable bags in her trunk so. I put the groceries into those for her. Then I took her cart back up for her. She kept thanking me & saying “bless you”. She was really sweet. It probably only took maybe 15 minutes of my time. But I felt SO good after helping her. This isn’t a 1 time thing for me. I always try to help when I can. So this “kindness” week fits right in for me.
This week we learn in the reading that the power to create depends upon 3 steps, idealization, visualization & materialization, all spiritual powers. That thought precedes & determines our action. To control thought is to control circumstances, conditions, environment, and destiny. So it goes back to the saying, what the mind conceives & believes, it can achieve.
I hope you are having a wonderful week!
& Remember, its kindness week. Be kind!