In/at the beginning: Siehe auch: in the beginning / at the beginning
think (about sth) (not used in the progressive tenses) to have a particular idea or opinion about sth/sb; to believe sth
think about / of sb/sth
1 to consider sb/sth when you are doing or planning sth: Don’t you ever think about other people?
2 to consider doing sth contemplate: [+ -ing] She’s thinking of changing her job.
think of sth/sb
1 to have an image or idea of sth/sb in your mind: When I said that I wasn’t thinking of anyone in particular.
2 to create an idea in your imagination: Can anybody think of a way to raise money? ‘What shall we do now?’ ‘I’ll think of something.’ Have you thought of a name for the baby yet?
3 [no passive] (used especially with can) to remember sth/sb: I can think of at least three occasions when he arrived late. I can’t think of her name at the moment.
think of sth to imagine an actual or a possible situation: Just think of the expense! [+ -ing] I couldn’t think of letting you take the blame (= I would not allow that to happen). http://www.oup.com/oald-bin/web_getald7index1a.pl