When you decide to stop blaming others for your failures and assume full responsibility for your own shortcomings, you will begin to see your life fall into place as the “law of attraction” shows the way.
As you take responsibility for your own failings, you are naturally drawn to solutions. These solutions fuel your confidence to boldly embrace bigger and better challenges. On the other hand, as you blame others for your weaknesses, you consciously polarize yourself from any opportunity of improving your situation. You see…it’s impossible to solve a problem you’re convinced you don’t have. You become mired in a nasty slurry of stagnant blame…never to evolve.
Listen…if you’re not making some mistakes…you’re not doing anything. So just keep on keeping on with your head held high and own up to the ones you make. Adopt President Truman’s slogan…“The buck stops here.”
Fear can be a crippling emotion…it’s contagious…it feeds on itself. It paralyzes the spirit if left unchecked. Luckily, there’s an antidote…a stronger emotion which trumps fear every time it’s tried. It’s love.
For example: You may fear death but at the same time not give a second thought of taking a bullet for someone you truly love. That’s because fear and love can’t occupy the same space at the same time.
Love is also contagious as it blossoms…the more you love…the more you love. And the deeper you love, the less you’ll fear. As I said…fear paralyzes…love blossoms. The nurturing is your choice.
Worry is a malignant figment of our imaginations. Worry torments us as it replays our fears in our minds over, and over, and over again….until we actually experience both physically and mentally the terrible events imagined without anything actually happening in reality. What could be worse?
The truth is…in reality, we die once…though a worrier will die a thousand deaths…and you can bet they’re far worse than the one he will one day experience.
The cure for worry is to better live in the present moment, for the things we worry about reside in either the past or future. As we become adept at living in the moment where life is actually happening, worrying dissipates as living begins to flourish.
I suggest the essence of happiness lies in taking full responsibility of living to love in the present moment.
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