quotes tagged with 'analyze'

Time must be taken for creative planning and for creative communication with key people. Many people become bogged down in their work with mechanical details, and a lot of trivia, and they almost become automations. Few people take the time to think very carefully about their assignments, to analyze the causes of the problems they deal with, to develop long-range plans of action to deal with them. This kind of reflection and planning takes initiative and imagination - in short, thinking, which is hard and an expression of individuality. But the dividends are rich in terms of building a sense of self-worth and self-power.

Author: Stephen R. Covey , Source: "Spiritual Roots of Human Relations", Deseret Book 1970 - 8th printing, p88Saved by mlsscaress in planning reflection imagination expression problems selfworth unique analyze selfpower 11 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Do not confuse the preoccupation of worry and anxiety with the preoccupation involved in exercising faith. When your mind is prone to dwell on the adverse consequences of events which you assume you have very little control over, that is worry. In contrast, if your mind dwells on the possible consequences of various courses of action which you will control to a great extent, you are exercising faith.
Author: Grant Von Harrison, Source: Drawing on The Powers of Heaven, p.35Saved by mlsscaress in faith positive worry anxiety decisions answers thinking analyze 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
But sometimes love doesn’t make sense. In fact, most of the time it doesn’t make sense, if you really lay out it on the operating table, rationally vivisecting it. But then again cutting a body apart tends to extinguish whatever life was in it. The magic of love — love of life, love of people, love of God, love of the earth and every good thing in it — defies reasoning. Like my friend E. said to me in an e-mail the other day: “Love over logic, 99% of the time.” Heart over head. All too often, logic opens the oven and flattens the bread before it has a chance to rise.
Author: Ben Crowder, Source: http://www.topofthemountains.net/2007/12/03/love-over-logic/Saved by mlsscaress in love logic sense analyze 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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