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Day 12: Avoid the lies. Find the truth.

“I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”

John 15:15

It is very hard to separate truth from lies especially when your mind is full of confusion and false stories told to you by yourself and others. People want to define you, brand you and stop you from building courage and moving forward with bravery.

You hear lies from so many people but you treat it as if it is truth and you begin to live the lie. The antidote is heaps of truth.

Tell such people: my happiness and success depends on me, so you are off the hook, and then demonstrate it. Be joyful, no matter what they are doing or saying, practice feeling worthy no matter what. And before you know it you will not give someone obligation for the way you feel and then you will adore them all because they are no longer your excuse to feel great.

What actually led me to this was the realization that the world owes us nothing and even the people in it. To get what you want then it means you must stop acting like a doormat; you must gain enough confidence and prove to the world you actually exist. You move out there and seek to stand out; no one else will do that for you. You must pay a price.

We engage at the level of our self-esteem. Our relationship is a direct reflection of our own self-love and self-worth. If you are not approving you brand no one else will. In any relationship, two halves do not make a whole. It is the whole YOU that completes a relationship that will work.

This means that if am not happy no one will make me happy, I am the only one to make a resolution to be happy. After all what will you give since that is what makes relationships?

Avoid the lies. Find the truth. Move with courage. The world awaits your genius!

This is daily Hunch. A Hunch to help you become.

This is daily Hunch. A Hunch to help you become

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