To wish, to hope, to pray are simply not enough. They’re enough for lottery tickets, I guess, but not enough for dreams. Dreams require rock solid belief that doesn’t waver, teeter-totter, or second guess. And here’s why. ..
When we crave approval, we disregard our divine purpose, waiting for the kind of permission no one else is able to give us. They can’t know what we’ve been called to do, nor can they understand our why.
We like the idea that we should think alike. But it doesn’t always happen that way. When we stumble into one of those moments it’s easy to feel torn between saving our friendship and hanging onto our ideals.
We usually find them in the areas of our lives where we feel “stuck” or frustrated. Fear can be holding you back and you don’t even know it. You owe it to yourself
there’s clearly something to be said for empathy, understanding, gentleness and using your positive vibes in a beneficial way.
What if proving yourself wrong could actually improve your self-esteem rather than minimize it? Here are five solid reasons why proving yourself wrong might be the smartest thing you’ve ever done.
Step into your greatness and shine!