Happiness, Manifestation

A Biker With a Gun

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My youngest son, a bicycle enthusiast who rides
hundreds of miles a year, wrote this on Facebook
the other day. I found it interesting how people
interpreted it. Here’s what he wrote:

“Henry Ford said, ‘Whether you think you can, or
you think you can’t–you’re right.’ This week, I
had a cyclist pop into my open house and talked to
me for over an hour. I mentioned the Ford quote
because I found that this guy was looking for
something and kept finding it. What he found out
is that 4 to 5 times a year, he is assaulted by
motorists. According to him, many of these
altercations end with physical contact. He is a
brawler, has been fighting his whole life, loves
to throw down, and carries a gun when he rides.
Basically, he is looking for a fight everywhere he
goes…and finds them. He added, ‘On the other side
of this spectrum, I am looking for a world where
everyone gets along. I know that chaos surrounds
me and bad things will happen, but I go out of my
way to find the silver lining. What I have found
is that most of my interactions are positive with
other people. In conflict, I search for a peaceful
solution. I try to forgive others because I know I
am not perfect. More often that I’d like to hurt
or upset others, not out of being malicious, but
because it seems to be a part of the human
existence. With a level head and a positive
outlook, it ends up with a positive and peaceful
experience.’

So, I’d like to modify Mr. Ford’s comment, and
say, ‘Whatever you look for, you will find.’

P.S. I ride 500 to 600 hours a year. In a decade,
I’ve only had one experience where someone tried
to mace me. I’ve also had dozens of nice
conversations with motorists after they came into
my lane, cut me off, cut in front of me, and other
potentially dangerous situations.”

— Damo

My son’s message was simple: “Whatever You Think,
You Get.” And what people commented about was
carrying a gun, not carrying a gun, how motorists
disrespect people on bikes, why bicycle riders
should have more rights, etc. They missed the
point. Whatever you believe and focus on will
eventually show up in your life.

“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can
do, begin it. Action has magic, grace and power in
it.” — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In some cases, a belief starts out much like a
theory. Assumptions are made based on logical
observations and deductions. In other cases, a new
belief grows out of an emotional viewpoint that
seems to be supported by logic. It’s the blending
of these two major components that form the basic
structure of our personal beliefs. The guy who
rides with a gun believes that he will be
assaulted, attacked, and eventually ran off the
road by an angry motorist and, sure as shooting,
he will be sooner or later. On the other hand,
Damo has a different outlook on life. Just like
the gun-toting dude, he will pull in what he is
putting out — good vibes.

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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness!
Dr. Wu Dhiimages

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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