What Do You Believe In?

What is the first thing that strikes your mind when you are asked ‘what do you believe in?’ Is it your abilities, moral values, family traditions, religion, or worldly patterns? Your answer needn’t be entirely dependent on what others expect you to believe in. Being authentic and being in sync with yourself is essential for you to grow from within and reach where you aim to be.

What you believe in undoubtedly has a profound impact on your life. It is vital that you are aware of what you feel about various elements in your daily life, rather than simply going by what the person next to you believes in. You are unique and so are your core beliefs. They come from your experiences and family values, from what you feel, what you go through and how you overcome obstacles. Never give up believing in your inner strength, your potential and your dreams.

When you encounter a difficult moment, when you’re not able to decipher what life’s telling you, when you see the many options in life, not knowing what is right for you, do you take a leap of faith or lose your hope and avoid facing challenges? Though the choice is yours, not every choice helps you grow and emerge stronger. A strong belief, and the grit to keep moving forward keep you from hopelessness and pessimism. It helps you not to absorb the negativity that’s around you and keeps you focused, helping you learn, grow and blossom.

There will always be moments in life where you’ve got to make a choice, based on what you want in life and you can’t decide merely based on the opinions of people, but on what you believe is right for you. Do you believe that God has given you the potential and the ability to achieve what you aim for? Have you given in to self-doubt and refrained from embracing the opportunities that he sent your way? Do not let your unbelief damage your confidence and take away your dreams. You are unique, and incomparable. Make the best of life, by believing your inner voice and staying optimistic.

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. K. M. Strange

    Wow, I can’t tell you how much I needed to read this today. A lovely post, thank you!

    1. Rancy D'Souza

      I’m so glad that you found this post useful.
      You’re welcome!

  2. Rancy D'Souza

    Yes, I started following your blog!
    Sorry for the delay.

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