Fear of what other people think.
Updated: Apr 25
Sometimes the greatest fear we live with is the fear of what other people think. In most of our human relationships, we spend much of our time reassuring one another that our costumes of identity are on straight. .
And yet, it has been my experience that for many people the time comes in every life when you begin to question the identity that was taught to you. You were born knowing who you are and what you can do, but then you were systematically programmed otherwise. You were told that you were small, stupid, ugly, wrong, or inept, and after a while you began to believe it and act out some of those traits. But at some point you began to have a glimmer of your original identity, and your life took a turn toward home. In spite of momentary ups and downs, you have remained on that track and you will reclaim your true power and worth. . All action proceeds from identity, so take care of who you think you are. Your deepest inherent traits are love, clarity, strength, and vision. Never identify with anything that God is not. Speak, act, and live from your wholeness, and you will find confirmation and success. Then, when someone asks you why you deserve to have what your heart desires, you will be able state your claim with dignity, clarity, and confidence. At the very least you will transform your own life, your highest purpose on earth.
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