Faith is believing when common sense tells you not to.
– Fred Gailey (John Payne), Miracle on 34th Street
We all have doubts.
Doubt that we are good enough to accomplish our goals. Doubt that our goals are even realistic or rational.
And sadly, most if not all of us have had or currently have a long line of people who are more than willing to feed those doubts with their own. Often, their superficial motive is to be supportive, to help cushion the blow of failure, to save you from certain doom. But more likely, their motive is to take comfort in the belief that your doubts make it okay for them to have doubts about their own lives.
But, if you’re lucky, you have those special few in your life who have absolutely no doubt in your future success. They’re the ones who listen to your…
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