Well, you know what I mean, you know aha–something just came to me and I think I am right on. Now listen to this. You know how we have been talking about our belief window? Here is what I think about mine.
First let me say, my parents made me feel loved beyond love. I always felt like I was very important to them and that I was the apple of their eye. (This fact and what I am about to tell you makes me wonder is knowing you are loved the most important thing ? IDK). But. . . my mom had a little poem she would quote to me. . .”There was a little girl who had a little curl right in the middle of her forehead and when she was good she was very good but when she was bad she was horrid.” Considering that I was pretty much a brat, I was bad and horrid most of the time.
When I became a teenager my mom switched her quote to, “Pretty is as pretty does.” Well. . . .since I was horrid most of the time I never felt very pretty. Which bring me back to my belief window, I see myself as fairly unattractive. Or do I? It seems to me I have a good self-esteem. Did I get the good self-esteem because I knew I was loved? Maybe!
Have you taken a look at your own window? The book says, “Each of us sees the world through a window on which we have written the principles we believe to be true. Where those principles are true, the view through our window is clear; where they are false, the view is misleading.”
So……..YOU can be in control of your life, depending on the truth of the principles by which you choose to live it.