Steve Jobs

October 6, 2011 by

Steve Jobs/Genius

A genius. That is what he was. Steve Jobs was a genius and I will miss his presence here on earth.

I knew of his health challenges, but I didn't realize he was so sick. I let out a gasp when I read that he had died. I don't think most realized how ill he was.  Now he was not a Personal Growth Person in the way that I typically think of one or write about here, but he was one. So I'd like to talk about him anyway. He was someone to follow, someone to listen to. He created products that are unequalled in the market place. When I bought my MacBook I even marveled at the packaging. Even that was genius. The thing that I want to share with you in the context of Personal Growth People is how he handled the status of his health publicly.

One of the teachings of the Law of Attraction is that thoughts combined with feelings manifest into the physical. So what I'm thinking is that perhaps one of the reasons that Steve was so private about his health status was that he did not want the universe - the world - to have that idea that he was struggling because that would only get in the way of his progress. That thought form would be universal and acknowledged.

Let me explain it a little simpler. For example, if you tell everyone that you are poor, then that is what will be drawn to you. Everyone will have that view of you, you will have that view of you and it will continue to be brought to you. There is poem that I love that I would like to share with you that will help to further your understanding.

Thoughts Are Things

I hold it true that thoughts are things; they're endowed with bodies and breath and wings: and that we send them forth to fill the world with good results, or ill. That which we call our secret thought speeds forth to earth's remotest spot, leaving its blessings or its woes like tracks behind it as it goes.

We build our future, thought by thought, for good or ill, yet know it not. Yet so the universe was wrought thought is another name for fate; choose then thy destiny and wait, for love brings love and hate brings hate.

Henry Van Dyke

 

 

 

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