The Blank Index Card

How did a blank index card change my life? Before my blank index card, I would stumble over many incredible thoughts throughout my day. As I interacted with others and thought to myself, a handful of gems would pop into my mind. Before my blank index card, these enlightening thoughts would vanish into darkness as quickly as they appeared. Now, I write them down and come back to them later. Now, I savor these thoughts. Thoughts are valuable; a thought can change a life. A thought can save a life. What would life look like if we held onto these life-changing, live-saving thoughts? We all enter this world with a blank index card – our mission is to fill it in.


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