A Word Fitly Spoken ~ Believe
A Word Fitly Spoken
A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Under All that We Think, Lives All We Believe, Like the
Ultimate Veil of Our Spirits. ~ Antonio Machado
Believe: To exercise belief in, to regard or accept as true;
to place confidence in; to think; to consider; to be persuaded of a truth ~ Webster's
Such a small common word packs a plethora of meaning from the non
conventional to the conventional. Usually deferred to a Religious segment of our
Life, but with introspection let's look at where this word actually fits into our own
Individuality in Life.
Consider everything in Your Life at this very moment IS in Your Life because of
what You Believe. Now that makes it very personal and very simple. Some people
have to see before they Believe, while others have to Believe before they see.
Believing still wins out either way, for it forms our Life and molds our very
Existence. What You Believe Today can change Tomorrow, and can change Your
Tomorrows. Each Day we are evolving in what we Believe. Each Day we are adding
to our Life in what we Believe, or not Believe.
Take a moment and reflect upon Your Life and what You Believe or do not
Believe. Try to see how it permeates Your Life or has influenced Your Individuality.
Question its pertinence and value. Validate what You Believe to what is actually
happening in Your Life. Try to verify Your Thoughts and Words since they are the
Vehicles of what You Believe. Take a conscious Responsibility to Believe with
Look upon this Road less traveled, because to Believe is not only an never
ending Path, but Your God given right as an Individual. Allow what You Believe to
mark Your Path with Direction and Definition. Never be afraid to change. Believe
Today and see Your Tomorrow. Believe Today because it is Your Tomorrow.
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