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Clean Thinking Rules

Clean Thinking Rules
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We all need help from time to time in keeping our thoughts on the right track. We are delighted to help you in any way we can. These are also things to keep in mind when making listings or creating graphics on our websites of CTReveryday.com, CTRclubhouse.com, Enjoy-The-USA.com and FallonFun.com.

There is a special hymn that I, as CEO of these websites, am very fond of that helps me and I want to share it with all of you and that hymn is:

I Have a Garden
by Mary Hale Woolsey

I have a garden, a lovely garden,
With flowers blossoming ever fair;
Where sun shines brightly, and rain falls lightly,
And breezes gather sweet fragrance there.
Songbirds come singing out of the sky;
Butterflies winging, hovering by;
And in my garden, my lovely garden,
There's always beauty to greet the eye.

I have a garden, a secret garden
Where thoughts like flowers grow day by day;
'Tis I must choose them, and tend and use them,
And cast all wrong ones like weeds away,
Goodness and love are seeds that I sow;
God up above will help me I know,
To keep my garden, my heart's own garden,
A place where beauty will always grow.

To aid you in making puzzles, various listings, graphics or writing your various articles here are some "Clean Thinking Rules" to help keep our websites family friendly. Sometimes we not only need create a "To Do List", but we also need to create a "To Be List". We could even call it a "Beehive List" of good things to become:

  

  1. Be a Part of Something Big
  2. Be Giving
  3. Be Forgiving
  4. Be a Positive Role Model
  5. Be Polite
  6. Be a Little Kinder
  7. Be Careful
  8. Be Compassionate in the words you choose.
  9. Be Cautious
  10. Be Courteous
  11. Be Clean
  12. Be Supportive
  13. Be a Good Listener...After all, we have two ears and one mouth, so we need to learn to listen twice as much as talk.
  14. Be Optimistic
  15. Be aware of other's feelings and unexpected surprises when making your puzzles. Think how you would feel if you were on the receiving end of that puzzle. That's why we say, "It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice!"
  16. Be Understanding
  17. Be Slow to Anger -- Articles & Scriptures
  18. Be Helpful
  19. Be Grateful
  20. Be Prayerful
  21. Be True to the Faith
  22. Be Honest
  23. Be Pure
  24. Be Humble
  25. Be Clean Minded
  26. Be Intelligent
  27. Be Kind
  28. Be Smart...Not a Smart Aleck
  29. Be Wise in the choices that you make
  30. Be Thoughtful...and try to think how you would feel if someone said that to you.
  31. Be Positive minded and have an attitude of gratitude.
  32. Be calm, cool and collected when dealing with people who have anger issues. Please don't use any Internet Flaming just to find pleasure in causing others grief.
  33. Be Nice
  34. Be Open Minded, but not so open minded that your brain falls out.
  35. Be Happy
  36. Be in touch with your emotions. Remember that all words have one thing in common, they all contain letters and when it comes to letters, there are often a lot of feelings attached, so be kind with the words you choose to put in your Scraboku puzzles. Remember, you just might have to explain the words you chose to put in your puzzles to your Heavenly Father one day. So be careful! See Matthew 12:35-37
  37. Be Respectful. Remember that CTR can also stand for "Commandments Teach Respect"
  38. Be patient. Graphics for banners, adzones and calendars must be approved by the Website Administrator.
  39. Be clean minded. NO Nudity/Pronography.
  40. Be aware of your speech. NO Profanity.
  41. Be Family Friendly. NO Obscene Creations, must keep it all family friendly
  42. Be Law Abiding. NO Hate Crime/Racism
  43. Be Considerate. NO Bullying Language



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Pure Thought Scripture

"And if ye do this with a pure heart, in all faithfulness, ye shall be blessed; you shall be blessed in your flocks, and in your herds, and in your fields, and in your houses, and in your families."

Doctrine & Covenants 136:11

When it comes to
"Clean Thinking Rules",
I always look to 
Jesus Christ--the Exemplar 
for the best advice.

Here are a few of my favorite hymns that also help give me direction: