Divine principles are active in my life and in the lives of all people. They are unchangeable. For example, what I focus on brings greater energy and results in my life. That is a divine principle. When my attention is on worries or concerns, I find plenty to worry about. Conversely, when I contemplate all the ways I am truly blessed—by my relationships, my God-given talents and skills, my opportunities and my experiences—I benefit in ways I may not even imagine.
So I choose to focus on the positive, and I release the urge to give any attention to that which is not fully supporting me. Rather than complaining, I look for and find reasons to be filled with joy, light, love, and purpose. Divine principles are always at work in my life.
I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts.—Jeremiah 31:33