It’s not your problem, if others don’t think and feel the same way as you do. You should be least bothered about it. We care what others think when we seek validation to our thoughts. We seek evidence of the creation of our thoughts, and since our thoughts doesn’t manifest into reality immediately, we try to seek that validation from others. And if others don’t believe in what we say, we give up.

My question is WHY?

Why do you want to give up on a thought which has arisen within you just because someone else does not believe in it or does not understand it. Why aren’t we the centre of our own universe seeking validation from within, trusting the non-tangible intuition.

Intuition, gut feeling, know it in my bones are tools given to all mankind. They can be used to accomplish anything. We weren’t sent on this earth with no tools. Our mind, our thoughts were our tools.

But what do we do?

We close our minds. We think thoughts that other want us to think. We tread the path that has been taken by millions us before us. And to top it all, we expect a different result by doing the things that others have done.

Want something different in life? Then have the courage to do what your inner voice tells you. What others thing of you and your thoughts is NOT YOUR PROBLEM!

 

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12 thoughts on “Daily Dose of Inspiration – Not My Problem

  1. Loved this one!
    Being to cautious about what others might think or say about you and your actions or decisions is very limiting to your personal growth. I absolutely agree with your point – how you see and perceive yourself is what matters. It is your life, in the first place. As long as you’re not harming anyone by your self-expression.

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  2. The question is… How do we trust those individuals who get their approval from others and not from God alone? If a person’s self-worth is governed by the fractured images they receive from other people then their morality and ideals and self-worth are subject to the changing tides of other people’s opinions and the swinging popularity of todays fads. The only safe place to form an opinion of one’s self is in the eyes of God and His Word on those things which tell us who God thinks we are and what God thinks we are worth. Leastwise, that’s my take on the subject. You could also look up John 5:44 if you’d a mind to. Just a thought. Liked your post. 🙂 Steve

    On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 3:34 PM, Be Inspired..!! wrote:

    > empress2inspire posted: “It’s not your problem, if others don’t think and > feel the same way as you do. You should be least bothered about it. We care > what others think when we seek validation to our thoughts. We seek evidence > of the creation of our thoughts, and since our thought” >

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  3. You got that right, Nice piece of writing. Be interesting if you shared something in your own life that provides an example of how you did that. It’s always nice to read others’ experiences. warmest wishes, Tasha

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