Thought Adjuster: “In the course of your life, your mind records the events that stand out one way or another—the happiest times as well as the most challenging ones. Why do you think it is so?
“Is it to enable you to obsessively revisit them, rewinding your memory tape to these spots when your life’s plot either thickened or found a momentary happy unfolding? Or is it to examine how you were able to move on from a crisis to its resolution?
“Sadly, some of you cannot let go of their oppressive past, which hampers their forward progression toward the promised land of inner freedom. They obsessively hoard bad memories that are not worth salvaging. Sifting through their debris, they stir up their unpleasant emotional emanations, letting them stink up their present.
“Draw lessons from your past and release the negative emotional charges of trying events in the ether to be recycled. The Father recycles everything to serve a higher purpose. So, should you.
“Extract the diamonds from the lumps of charcoal and use the discarded charcoal as a fuel for your forward evolution instead of ungratefully overlooking the shining gems that it contained and feeding everything to the voracious furnace of your bitterness.
“Each day of your life yields many byproducts—the trivial aspects of your routine that are not worthy of an entry in your diary, as they would only arouse boredom.
“Motivational speakers inspire others by sharing how they addressed and overcame their handicaps, while those who view life as a ruthless predator, act as downers.
“Declutter your mental and emotional space to make room for the good things the present has to offer. It will radically upgrade the flavor of your experience.”