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SOUL’S DESIRE BOB PROCTOR
Hello and welcome back to Six Minutes. I’ve got another quote here by Orison Marden that will just blow your mind. He said, “We do not dare fling out our whole soul’s desire to follow the leading of our divine hunger.” What does he mean by that? I’ve spent a lot of time thinking on that because I’ve been studying it—thinking, reading, and thinking some more. You see, the divine hunger is spirit within us wanting to express itself in a greater way. We are spiritual beings and Spirit’s always for expansion and fuller expression. So there’s something in you, and there’s something in me, that wants us to do it bigger and better—to be more successful.
You know, the people that retire and have nothing to do, often die two or three years later. As long as you’ve got something to do and a goal to go after, you’re going to keep living. So let’s take a look at what he’s saying. Our divine hunger is that essence of our being wanting to express itself in a greater way. Now he says, “We don’t fling out our whole soul’s desire.” We have a tendency to compromise at what we’re going after. Don’t do that.
What do you really want? That’s what you want to go after. You see, just because you don’t know how to do it isn’t a good enough reason to rule it out. Anyone that’s ever accomplished anything has not known how to do it. Now you’re going to live the way you should be living if you will let your whole soul’s desire present itself and feed that spiritual hunger that we’ve got. Do it bigger; do it better. I’ve said it so many times—better is a nice word. It doesn’t matter how well we’re doing; we can always do better. Spend the next four or five minutes thinking about that. Ask yourself, “Am I going after what I really want? Or have I compromised?”
This is Bob Proctor. Thank You