Thought and thinking

1) thinking about thinking is thought provoking

2) A Buddhist monk- a thoughtless person

3) You have nothing to deal with except your own thoughts

4) The journey of a thousand miles begins when you have a thought to take the journey—

5) One would do well to bring one’s thoughts to the heart before the mouth

6) Some thoughts come from heaven, some thoughts come from hell, and the other thoughts are of no consequence

7) For some the thought of tomorrow, is what makes today bearable

8) The thoughts of some are so great that they deserve to be written and shared, and the written words of many are so little as they would serve to remain thoughts

9) Thought for food

10) a less than perfect thought—if we want perfection… we will have no chance at achieving a perfect result in the time that we have to perform… make it happen Paul O’Brien

11) A powerful thought- when one gets carried away

12) Thoughts were given to us so that we can modify or change them before we speak

13) Think and rethink

14) The reason most thoughts are fleeting is that they are not worthy of holding onto

15) Sometimes you have thoughts and sometimes your thoughts have you

16) Some thoughts are thoughtless

17) It appears that the thoughts that are gems often appear once and get lost, and the ordinary thoughts return again and again

18) You create the truth by your words and your thoughts

19) Healing occurs thought by thought

20) One can think his way to health by thinking healthy thoughts

21) Foolish men have wise thoughts and wise men have foolish thoughts

22) Success comes one thought at a time

23) The difference between a fool and a wise man is that the fool dismisses his wise thoughts and the wise man dismisses his foolish thoughts

24) The wise man is not wise because he has wise thoughts, but rather he is wise because he makes a distinction between the thoughts that support him and the thoughts that don’t

25) Change your beliefs and you change your thoughts

26) Change your beliefs and your thoughts will follow

27) Do your thoughts have you imprisoned?

28) Some thoughtful acts require you to stop thinking cjp 11/05/06

29) Often the most thoughtful thing you can do is to act without thinking cjp 11/05/06

30) Thoughts travels faster than the speed of light cjp 11/05/06

31) Thought is the fastest known way to travel cjp11/05/06

32) To err because one did not think, is dumb, but to err after one thought and does not follow that thought is darn right stupid

33) Problems come when we forget that feelings come from the heart, and that thoughts come from the mind

34) To speak to a feeling speak from the heart, to speak to a thought speak from the head

35) We get in trouble when we respond to a persons feelings with our head, and respond to their thoughts with our heart

36) Do not worry about losing a thought chances are you will have that thought over and over and over

37) Losing your thought, maybe the day’s greatest gain

38) Most thoughts are worth losing

39) What may be needed in your diet is more food for thought

40) thinking small can be a big act

41) Some of us must learn to think small, especially when taking steps.

42) Make sure you big thoughts do not exceed your stride or you may think you way down canyon

43) The question is do you have feelings about your thoughts or do you have thoughts about your feelings

44) One’s greatest thought not acted upon is just a thought, and ones simplest thought that is acted on can be ones greatest achievement

45) If you want to understand what you are thinking, look around at what you have created -- Susie Palmieri

46) No amount of thinking can stop thinking, and no amount of talking can silence silence Cjp 6/13/8

47) Have a loving mind and a thinking heart

48) The real question is what were you thinking when you weren’t thinking?

49) Let go of your thinking to find your right mind

50) Much of what we have in life is a result of people thinking small

(c) Tuchy Palmieri 5/31/11

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Author's Bio: 

Curriculum Vitae of Tuchy Palmieri
• University of Bridgeport -- BS Marketing
• Post graduate courses at NYU
• Countless self study courses in health, religion, spirituality, self help, and personal growth.
• Attended motivational and spiritual workshops from Tony Robbins, , Werner Erhard, Justin Sterling, Zig Zigler, Wayne Dyer, M. Scott Peck, Deepak Chopra Carolyn Myss, Barbra Brennan, and others
• Training seminars The Sedona method, the Silva method, Neuro-linguistic Programming, Dale Carnegie‘s basic and leadership courses.—
• Health and healing workshops -The Way to health at The Kushi Institute (Macrobiotic cooking method), Living lite (raw food course with meal preparation) Perfect Health at The Chopra Center (included Ayurvedic food preparation)
• Completed numerous readings and listening to audio tapes of programs from people such as Dennis Waitley, Norman Vincent Peale, Steve Covey, Thich Nhat Hanh, John Gray, Brian Tracy, Sam Shoemaker, And Og Mandino, Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Scott Peck, Werner Erhard, Emmet Fox, and others

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• Certified Catholic Minister of the word having completed the two year Daystar Program, concluded in a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
• Founded, operated, sold, and then retired from a corporation in the computer sales and service, which employed 38 people in inner city.
1) Winner of highest award for achievement at the Dale Carnegie courses.
2) Conducted as retreat leader religion/spiritual 12 step orientation weekends.
3) Recipient of the Governor’s Award for Connecticut inner city Entrepreneurship.
• Upon Retirement, founded Healing-Habits a firm dedicated to helping people through the written and spoken word.
• Published and/or written 25 books in the genres of inspiration, motivation, spirituality, health, and religion
• A regular contributor to the AuthorsDen, under the Pen name Tuchy Palmieri consisting of Short stories, poetry and articles.
• Workshop leader on Goal setting/achievement, relationships, effective listening and relationships
• 40 years experience leading discussion meetings, seminars and workshops
• Mentored, ministered and sponsored numerous cross addicted people in recovery.
• Featured in a number of magazines, newspapers, and talk shows
• A regular participant in the Author’s roundtable in Borders, and a guest on numerous spiritual and talk radio programs

• 26 years as a leader and member of the local Sterling Institute of Relationship men’s team
• 25 years in 12 step programs related to relationships, food addictions, & substance abuse
• Annual participant in Matt Talbot and/or religious retreats at Holy Family Retreat house
• SIA - Self Improvement Association
• Member of the Better Business Bureau