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The first step in learning to love starts with self-love. When we get caught up in loving possessions over humans we are resorting to childish pleasures by believing possessions proves superiority; buying while seeking to win attention through display of wealth.  Huge price tags demand notice and allows owner to temporarily grow in statue.  Yet acquisition not at another’s expense nor for non-rational reasoning shows desire for mutual harmony, happiness, and fulfillment.  Things can’t satisfy loneliness, therefore, seeking compatibility between love of things and love of others should yield greater satisfaction in life.

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Think about it

List thoughts to consider for future endeavors then analyze which ones seem rational.  Blind perseverance is for fools–working harder than smarter.

See me

Most of us need honest, real relationships; one of our greatest hungers of life.  Adults change little from infancy in needs of acceptance, recognition, praise, warm welcome, friendly face to relieve loneliness; still need encouragement and notice.  Touch me, smile at me, text me stimulates me to achieve, grow, and progress through mutual trust.  But to the degree I give, I get.

Limiting me?

The only limitations to my mind are the ones I acknowledge. My dominating dream will become reality to a certain degree. Therefore the power of my dominating desire must be backed by unwavering faith. Plan definite paths to success and step over failures. See, feel, believe definite desire is already in possession.  Then soar.

Myself n I

i believe that the most beneficial of all healing is that of the mind.  Climbing mountains are more attainable at peace through understanding and loving myself first. No time for jealousy of another’s position in life. But strive for what’s within my own power and abilities will always make me a success.

Defeat

There is no defeat until I have made it a part of my reality.  Plant in children’s minds the attitude of faith in self.

santa claus mode

Staying in the Santa Claus mode of avoiding success enables me to return to protected childhood habits.  But at any moment I can choose to stop putting off things that could possibly bring me satisfaction and start me on my way to a desired goal.  I can ask myself what is the worse that could happen if I stopped putting my “IT” off.  Then apply a designated time to devote exclusively.