You really believe that? Good Lord, why?

on thehomefrontandbeyond:

could not have said it better myself–

Originally posted on Live & Learn:

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This much is irrefutable: How you direct your gaze, where you place your energy and your conviction, how you tune your perception and with what integrity and attitude you offer yourself to the world means, well, everything. Why can’t this basic truth be broadened out to humanity as a whole?…

Maybe that’s a little much. Maybe it’s better to test it all out yourself, every day, on micro scale, to feel into what you really believe, what you know to be true at core level, versus what you’ve been fed, and by whom, and for what spurious purpose…

Who the hell told you you’re broken? Who told you you’re an addict, a loser, a Type-A, a manic depressive? Who said you’re too weak to quit smoking, to start exercising, to eat better, to find love or to quit being an overbearing jerk with zero redeeming qualities? Who told you humanity…

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Published in: on February 12, 2014 at 12:08 pm  Comments (7)  

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  1. How funny LouAnn – I just reblogged this too!

    • great minds think alike–the other part of this phrase does not apply to us (me maybe but not you!)

  2. I understood and agreed so much with what was written…so good..Children and people fed negative things throughout their lives… etc

    I just didn’t understand…the last or second last… who told you you’re not God… It likely has a meaning …that I just didn’t quite get Diane

    • my interpretation is that we all have God in us and the ability to call on that goodness to convince ourselves we are worthy

  3. Exactly. Good Lord, why?


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