Develop Emotional Control

May 17, 2018 pwm1

There are good and bad times, but our mood changes more often than our fortune.

Carlyle, Thomas pc Eliott & Fry Ph

—Thomas Carlyle (By Eliott & Fry Photography)

…The importance of learning to control our states of mind, developing that wonderful ability to move from one state to another at will, cannot be overemphasized. Think of it! Being able to move from sadness to joy, or from loathing to gratitude, discounting external forces, can quite literally change the level of happiness within our lives!

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