Move beyond try to triumph

February 27, 2018 | 13 comments


“The difference between try and triumph is a little oomph.”

~ Author Unknown

13 thoughts on “Move beyond try to triumph”

  1. Cute!
    There’d be many anagrams about this, but here’s one:

    Omnipotence of Love
    Overcomes all false evidence for
    Mind of God alone governs all, so
    Persisting courageously in Truth we find
    Heaven here, now.

  2. I worked for an engineering chief who always reminded me when I would say,” I trying to do my best, chief.” “We don’t try here Josef, we do.” I always appreciated that expression. There really is no trying in God’s kingdom. He is and because of it, We can do all that is aligned with the divine principle of being.

  3. Good day Evan and disciples of Christ. God is the Word. The Word is movement and we are His reflection. That’s how I understand it. Consequently, action, doing, dynamism is always important. If the motive is honest it will pay off. If we move well, with a healthy goal, there is no doubt that success is a consequence. The important thing is to take the first step and following, the good result will come then. We must always work in the right direction, knowing that we reflect God, and thus, without thinking we realize that only with that we are already successful. You just have to recognize it. Excelent day for everyone.

  4. Thanks Evan, I love that! Never give up!
    I read a quote from Thomas Edison at his Florida museum yesterday “ I have not failed. I’ve found 10,000 ways that don’t work.”! How that for never giving up?

  5. Thanks Evan. This also reminds me of what my mum used to say if we ever said “I can’t ….” to anything. She would remind us to say “I can’t do it….YET!”

  6. Thank you Evan – the fotos say, it`s funny today – love that!

    In short – “try” is on the human side – “Triumpf” is on divine Mind`s side of which we are the perfect reflection!

    Thank you Diane, Josef and Gustavo – so good, helpful comments! 😉

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