"Ideas are hinged; they swing in and they swing out. Not everyone has observed this. But everyone must observe it, and note also the swing of his particular ideas. An idea that swings in has a mission. It is of spirit, and has power to do far beyond an idea that swings out and dissipates its forces in the whirl of the periphery. On the inner side, ideas behold great wisdom and attach themselves to it; then they lose their identity as limited things and take on the unlimited."
Charles Fillmore was a man years ahead of his time. Although Talks on Truth was originally published in the 1920s, its words have as much (if not more) relevance today. Dive into this classic New Thought text with an open mind, and see what ideas you create as a result.
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