1.08 Use Applied Faith

#105   N123. Lesson 03: Applied Faith
Principle:
QUOTES:

A traveler crossed a frozen stream
in trembling fear one day;
Later another drove across,
and whistled all the way.
Great and little faith alike
were granted safe convoy;
One had pangs of needless fear,
the other all the joy. – Author Unknown [1]

Napoleon Hill, Lesson 3: Applied Faith: Faith is a state of mind through which your aims, desires, plans and purposes may be translated into their physical or financial equivalent.
Use Applied Faith: Faith is awareness of, belief in, and harmonizing with the universal powers. Faith is a state of mind which must be active not passive, to be useful in achieving lasting success. Close the door to fear behind you and you will quickly see the door of faith open before you. Fear is nothing more than a state of mind, which is subject to your own direction and control. Faith will not bring you what you desire, but it will show you the way to go after it for yourself.
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NOTES:
 
QUESTIONS for thinking it through: 
How could this clarify my Reality?
How could this benefit if added to my Disciplines?
Who needs to hear this?
SOURCES:
[1] From Inspiration Peak, at http://www.inspirationpeak.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?search=travel&page=1
[2] #3, from Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement by Napoleon Hill
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