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July 21, 2015

Belief

The word ‘belief’ instantly gives an image of believing in some supreme power beyond our vision and grasp.  However, it should not be restricted to believing in the religion or some power or even the relationships; it should start and terminate with believing in you. The rest should lie amid it.

It is very important to have faith in the power of ‘I’. No matter how tedious a task or how rugged is a path believing in our soul keeps the spirits alive. The Torch of hope never diminishes for those have faith in them. One should not interpret it to over estimating our self. It is about befriending our soul with the spirit of living.

When we believe in our self, it is visible, as confidence to the observer. There is firmness in character that enhances the personality. The firmness is not equivalent to rigidity as belief gives an ease to sort out matters and chose a path. A person with faith is capable of weighing the pros and cons without letting the ego budge in, as inside they are aware of their strength to strive to achieve their goals.

The biggest enemy of humans is ‘self doubt’ especially if accompanied with ego and pride hamper the thoughts and blind the judgments. The path we tread may be wrong but we should not be wrong.

Believe in yourself
Believe in your deeds
However,
Don’t let that turn you wooden
Ignorant when others’ plead.

Believe in your path
Believing your soul
However,
Don’t let arrogance take over
Life is more than, just goals.

Linking To
ABC Wednesday
Monday Musings

6 comments

  1. Interesting ending to your post. Thanks for your thoughts.

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    1. Thanks Linda, for stopping by.

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  2. Reminds me of Sesame Street song Believe in Yourself. Very positive.

    ROG, ABCW

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    1. Thank you Roger. Just sharing what I learn. :)

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  3. I think this is very good avice. Believe in self, but don't forget others or become arrogant. Well said!

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  4. The poem that you framed on belief is simply a wonderful read..
    Keep writing..

    Cheers

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