Most of our worries may come from this root:
Not being true to yourself —
We compare our feelings, thoughts and doings with and against others.
Whilst this is perfectly natural and embedded within human nature, we need not be bound by it or its results.
Whatever decision we may make, whatever, if it comes from us, we would have to take responsibility for it.
On the other hand, whatever decision we may make based on other people, we may conveniently hold them responsible. Whether there is great suffering or petty discomforts, we may conveniently hold them responsible.
We may have merely been acting and reacting in life and doing things for the result of a particular circumstance. And what if that circumstance does not repay us with the consecutive reward of peace and joy, of overcoming our worries? Afterall, what more did we ask for?
Whenever we may do things, even with perfectly constructed intentions, our feelings with which we may do them with will take over as the experience, as the outcome, even.
And so, the greatest check of doing is to check our feelings we do with.
You may know this already, that you are your best judge.
It is time to look into your magical mirror again and re-align yourself with your soulful intentions.
If it is all coming from you, then why look elsewhere?
“Change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live. Do not try to change people; they are only messengers telling you who you are. Revalue yourself and they will confirm the change.”
– Neville Goddard, 1905 – 1972, Author/Writer (New Thought), Lecturer
“You will have nothing to fear, if you are true to yourself.” – Vishal Singh