Descartes, the great 17th century Rationalist philosopher, said, "I think, therefore, I am." A modern 20th century wit said, "I think, therefore, I am single." We do seem to spend much of our waking hours in the pursuit of thought. We might wonder at how deep and how creative our thinking really is. Referring to this kind of activity, George Bernard Shaw once said, "Few people think at all— I have made a great success in life by just a small amount of thinking." All that we need is one creative, transformative thought to revolutionize our lives. Perhaps we can cultivate the activity of creative thinking by setting aside a little time each day to allow ourselves, in Robert Schuller's words, to "possibility think" about some area of our life. As Schuller says, "Write out a list from 1 to 10 solutions" to a problem that is blocking us. Or, as Schuller suggests, we can ask ourselves, "What would we do next if we had the money, the time and we knew we couldn't fail?" We can choose to be creative in our thoughts now and watch major breakthroughs begin to happen in our lives.