As mothers, we are often faced with difficult decisions. We want to move forward with clarity and confidence. But sometimes it feels as though all we DO is make decisions – who is washing the dishes; which schools should we choose; how can we inspire our kids! It can quickly become overwhelming!
In this episode, you’ll learn the story of Immaculée Ilibagiza, a survivor of the Rwandan Holocaust. You’ll hear how she faced difficult decisions in a world turned upside down, finding clarity, and even becoming stronger by applying these 3 Keys of Clear Thinking.
Even though you and I don’t find ourselves in circumstances like Immaculée, the need to make decisions we know are right requires us to use the same tools she did. Listen and begin using these keys in your life today!
In this episode you’ll hear:
- Immaculée’s story
- 3 Keys of Clear Thinking
- How living principles brought power into Immaculée’s life
Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.
2:11 Imaculée Ilibagiza’s experience in the Rwandan Holocaust
11:20 1st Key of Clear Thinking
18:16 2nd Key of Clear Thinking
20:42 3rd Key of Clear Thinking
Quotes from this episode:
“The significant problems we face, cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” ~Albert Einstein
“The more in line our lives are with principles, the more clearly we see everything and everyone, including ourselves.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher
“Only when you forgive, can you be objective and really see the other person and the situation clearly.” ~Immaculée Ilibagiza
“Ultimately, clear thinking is faithful thinking. It’s making sure that everything in our lives is in line with one idea. That we don’t get down on our knees and then stand back up and talk the opposite about it.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher
“Justice is the ruling principle of the universe. Law and order are the governing principles. Righteousness is what this world was created with.” ~James Allen
“When you’re in line, when you’re optimistic, when you’re faithful, when you’re hopeful, then you have that power behind you, and as you envision and ask those empowering questions in order to live God’s laws, then you will always accomplish what you set out to accomplish because you have God on your side.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher