2018. április 4., szerda

"And Shall Not Doubt in His Heart"



"Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou taken up and cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that what he saith cometh to pass; he shall have it."

Mark 11: 23
American Standard Version

Doubt kills more dreams than natural disasters, enemies, catastrophes and mothers-in-law.

Doubt is the single biggest factor responsible for dreams flushed down the drain.
Doubt kills. Full stop.

Doubt, self-doubt exists. It comes from the fear of failure.
Fear of failure? We are not born with it, it gets imprinted in our mind as we go through the school system. School systems want perfection. But perfection does not exist at least not in the way they want it.

Failure is an integral part of the learning process. Of any learning process. Failure is natural. Failure is the proof that you are learning something new.
Remember, when you learned how to stand up and walk or how to ride a bycicle, you stumbled and fell. Quite a lot of times. According to the school system, that was failure. And still you kept going. And now you can walk. And ride a bike.

When you want to do something and you really want to do it, do it. Go for it. What happens if you don't succeed? Big whoop, you'll try it once more. Once more. And once more. Or not. Or you try different approaches.

When you want something, do it. Imagine yourself already doing that thing or having that thing that you really want. And then go for it.
"If you can dream it, you can do it."
Walt Disney


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