Who You Are NowApril 14, 2018
Are You?April 18, 2018
We are all guilty of this fact, which is us saying that nobody cares.
The truth is this, we often don't like to be judged, especially when we have not done anything wrong, however we loosely judge others that have not done us any wrong in the first place. We silently process a thought and we subconsciously make it our reality. We practice that wish we hate in others, whilst expecting empathy, trust and true love from others. What I think would be great is, if we can be as truthful as possible with our thoughts, this can in turn become a game changer for the way we see life, how we treat others and our conception of what the real truth is.
So try to practice with this; next time when someone is offering you listening ears and their attention, instead of you loosely saying 'no one cares', try to say, 'those that I have approached for support don't seem to know or understand how to help me'. This will not only project that you are being truthful and ready to make progress in life, but it will also create a light bulb in the mind of the person that's listening to you, and he/she may be in a position to help you get to where you want to be.
Our problem is not just about 'no one cares', the real problem is this, do you care enough about yourself to accept the reality of life and work with what you have and those that God have placed in your path in life, to support you to achieve the things you really want.
Remember, you can force a horse to the stream, you can never force it to drink. No one is capable of forcing you to do that which you do not want to do. Fear is never a valid excuse.
Do you care about others, as much as you care about yourself?