When I refer to “the fire” in my title, I am discussing the spark of motivation in truth that fans into a flame of energy that works to really get things done, not an actual fire burning down things or cooking food. “the fire” refers to what gets us going in our lives. So, when I think of life, presence and everything, I think about something active. what better metaphor than fire or the idea of expansive action to explain it?
Naturally, we can utilize the metaphor of positive energy, or protons and electrons to explain what I am explaining, however that is just another type of the fire I am blogging about here. For, fire in this case is merely expansive motion as a principle.
So, motivation is a fire in itself, and a trigger of idea starts it off. When we choose it, whatever about it broadens. The only thing that puts it out is the wrong method of tackling it. However, inspiration that is genuine is mainly a great thing.
Inspiration without action is worse than love without financing. If you do not put your best efforts and resources behind your finest ideas, there will not be a terrific and satisfying outcome. That brings me to a point here: Even if your outcome ends up a little various than you expect, there is constantly a chance within that result to ultimately get something much better than you were going for if you stand firm and do not give up suggesting “if you stop working initially, approach the reality in a different way as sometimes as possible till you do be successful.” That also suggests additionally, more gold has actually been mined from the minds of people than has ever been drawn from the Earth. Yet it should be more artistically looked for and utilized with resourcefulness than anything mined from the Earth.
One thing I get in truth is that more riches originate from concepts than from mining equipment actually. Especially now and in the future. Actually, ideas are a more powerful fire than the precious metal smelting cauldrons when done right. I hope these concepts motivate you to a terrific, extensive result for to put it like Samuel “Principle” Jones, what I desire for myself, I desire for everybody, however I want to add this: What I desire for myself, I want for everyone, and I desire all to benefit, real friend and seeming opponent alike absolutely! Because part of growth is benefitting everybody really with yourself included. So, I end by quoting the words of Saint Paul in the King James Bible from First Corinthians Chapter 2, verse one in the New Living Translation: “When I initially pertained to you dear brothers and siblings, I did not use lofty words and remarkable wisdom to inform you the secret strategy of God.” The “secret plan” is that kindling of fire to full burning in our reality as terrific concepts fulfilled from within us. That is all.