Singleness of purpose

I have just read a peace written by Dick Innes from ACTS International.

Quoting: "A spacecraft en route to the moon is off course 90% of the time. It is constantly pulled back by the earth's gravity and is continually drawn to one side or the other by other forces. But, it has a built-in computer that has a singleness of purpose that homes in on the moon. The computer is making continual corrections to keep the spacecraft on target with it's purpose and goal.

If your eye is on your goal, if you have a singleness of purpose, nothing will stop you getting to where you plan and choose to go!"

Very interesting!

Wow, if I could put my computer to work in singleness mode of purpose and goal, I would be able to not become bored and/or struggle with the writers block (blog). Then I could write about all the true happenings surrounded us and finish my ... my stories, my roman? And .. can take on that project!

Regards,

Jean

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