is the mind killer
will face my fear.
will let the fear pass through me
only I will remain."
important point of this statement is that fear
comes, passes, and leaves.
It does not adhere to us unless we grab hold,
hang onto, and internalize it.
our fear may also involve embracing it and letting
it go. Looking
it in the eye, acknowledging it, then setting it
free as being something that is not solid or lasting
but meant to pass through and on.
we identify with our fears by making negative
statements about ourselves, we have forgotten who we
of us is a precious one-of-a-kind event that is
necessary for the world to move forward.
There is something that only we can do, a
destiny that we create and fulfill for ourselves
that impacts the whole.
may not feel that we are worthy or entitled but that
is simply a byproduct of fear and as unsubstantial.
It simply is not true.
have more impact on the lives of others and the way
things play out than we can ever imagine.
We have more power than we can contemplate.
Perhaps understanding the magnitude of this
is the greatest fear of all.
For then we understand that we are
responsible for our own destiny and must let go of
any thoughts of blaming anything outside of
ourselves for who we are.
reality, this understanding sets us free.
For though we rarely can control the
situations that come to us in life or the word and
actions of others, we can always control what we do
come to pass, they never come to stay.
And when we allow them to pass and disappear
into the past like shadows, our vibrant spiritual
selves remain, powerful in the present moment. That
is the constant, the unchanging, in an ever changing
a great day and be good to yourself.
You truly deserve it!
Gail Pursell Elliott, "The Dignity and Respect
With A Can-Do Attitude"
Promoting Dignity and Respect, No
Exceptions. In Companies and Communities