Power of Thought

georgealbertsmith“I will be, when life’s labor is complete, the product of my thoughts.”
– George Albert Smith




davidomckay“There is another responsibility correlated and even coexistent with . . . agency, which is too infrequently emphasized, and that is the effect not only of a person’s actions, but also of his thoughts. Man radiates what he is, and that radiation affects to a greater or less[er] degree every person who comes within that radiation.”
– David O. McKay



250px-Norman_Vincent_Peale_NYWTS“Change your thoughts and you change your world.”
– Norman Vincent Peale*




spencerwkimball“There is no doubt that the life one leads, and the thoughts one thinks are registered plainly in his face.”
– Spencer W. Kimball




Harold B. Lee“Pure thinking is an outcome of the light of Christ, which is given to everyone in the world… the light of Christ extends even to animals, through their instincts.”
– Harold B. Lee



davidomckay“Thoughts mold your features. Thoughts lift your soul heavenward or drag you toward hell. … As nothing reveals character like the company we like and keep, so nothing foretells futurity like the thoughts over which we brood. . . To have the approval of your conscience when you are alone with your thoughts is like being in the company of true and loving friends. To merit your own self-respect gives strength to character. Conscience is the link that binds your soul to the spirit of God.”
– David O. McKay


220px-Alice_Walker“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.”
– Alice Walker*




“The mind is everything. What you think you become.”


“We may not prevent the birds from flying over our heads, but we can prevent them from building nests in our hair.”
– German proverb


“Ordinary people believe only in possible.  Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible.  And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see the impossible.”
– Cherie Carter-Scott*


“Your mind is a garden; your thoughts are the seeds; you can grow flowers; or you can grow weeds.”
– Ritu Ghatourey*