Most of us have been conditioned to think of the world as a limited place where there is scarcity and poverty. We feel guilty about dreaming big, and we don’t want to risk our future to create a life of abundance.
We believe that it’s not for us. These people we watch on television and read in books are unique; we’re not. We can’t do the work required to succeed in life. We bury our dreams and hopes to adopt a path of mediocrity and boredom.
Every day we struggle to make money. We quarrel with each other for resources. We are jealous of those who are rich and talk about abundance. We hate anyone who tries to challenge our status quo.
We’re robbed of our ability to think for ourselves. We’ve become mechanical, sharing the qualities of more of a machine and less of a human being. In reality, we’re not living but dying every day, killing our hopes for success and prosperity.
Our problem is not that we’ve committed big mistakes in the past but that we’re saving the greatest sin of our lives in the present; we’re murdering our desire to be great.
We want to show others that we’re good, but in our eyes, we’re worst than a moth.
Why can’t we accept and love ourselves the way we’re?
Why can’t we dare to live a life of abundance?
Why do we fear success and prosperity?
Why do we want to remain mediocre all of our life?
Why can’t we do anything to change our destiny?
If you’ve got the daring to ask these questions, you’ll get the answer for yourself.
No skill or less talent doesn’t stop you from achieving your dreams; the lack of courage and low self-esteem depreciates your value. The day you learn the power of courage, you’ll become a real man/woman who can make decisions.
It’s one decision that can change the course of your life. Now is the moment when everything is taking shape. You can change anything, given you dare to do something to improve the quality of your life.