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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

What We Think and What We Do

By Arlene Corwin

What we think changes body,
What we do alters thought.
Not my own idea,
But strong enough to note, quote,
Tell, perhaps persuade.

And visualize - a massive aid;
For what we picture marks the future;
Inner eyes that cannot comprehend
With mind;
Practical, didactic:
Memorized, applied.

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