I believe in myself I am the happiest being in the universe.
When I believe in myself all of my desires are fulfilled, all of my
dreams are reality and all of my creation is good and very good.
To have a
happy attitude in life could mean to have everything going my way. To
have a happy attitude in life could mean I have no obstacles, no
problem, no challenges. To have a happy attitude in life could mean I
am born with a gold spoon in my mouth and have had all easy decisions.
is not what I receive but what I do with what I have!
I have serendipitously been blessed with great happiness
in my life, great wealth, healthy body, alert and genius mind, a deep
inner spiritual integrity-and I am quite happy.
is noble for a person of wealth and position in the community to go
out and work in the Peace Corps. It is meaningful for a person of
little means or position to take the fragile and formative years of
their lives to dedicate it to such a calling.
The person of
wealth could always buy his way out of any circumstances and therein
testing his mettle is dubious. The mettle or character and body out of
which a person is made is taken to the real test when that person has
no other alternative. That person has no other means to subsidize his
dream than to cooperate with a given program.
When I cry
because things do not go my way, I demonstrate that I am trying to
manipulate my world. When I smile and give whatever I am doing my very
best, my mettle shines forth brilliantly.
The real mettle of my being is believing in myself-believing
in myself COMPLETELY! Again, it is not so much a matter of what I do
or what I am doing, rather how sincerely I play the game, with what
integrity do I apply myself to the dance in which I perform. It would
be easy to act in a shoddy manner and give half my best and best of
all to complain outrageously. Complaining outrageously is one of the
greatest games I have played from time to time.
I can hear you
exclaim, "What, YOU, complain outrageously, you be a shoddy
participant in the games of life, it cannot be so."
proves this so. If ever I say I cannot do something, if ever I say I
am not good enough, if ever I say the game is too difficult, if ever I
give less than my very best-I am complaining outrageously.
When I believe
in myself I am confident of my capabilities. When I believe in myself
I speak positively about my every talent-and sometimes talents I had
never exercised or dreamed about previously.
myself is a very wonderful way of living life. Besides being rewarding
and uplifting it is selffulfilling of my self- awareness.
It works for
me. I know it will work for you too as you use it.
-Dr Herbert L Beierle