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  • ISBN: 9781513667973

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    Who’s lens are you looking through?





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    People only fear death because deep down they know, they are not finished with what they were born to start. When a person has discovered their purpose and have fulfilled their destiny, they welcome death. Death never threatens a person who has fulfilled their purpose! 80% of this world's population still do not know how to answer the following questions: Who am I? Identity. Where am I from? Source Why am I here? Purpose What can I do? Potential Where am I going? Destiny A lot of us are still struggling with self-identity. That is why a lot of us are so busy trying to be and look like somebody else. Self-identity refers to stable and prominent aspects of one's self-perception. If we look at the psychology side of things, you’ll see how significant this is. In everyday life, people observe other people’s actions and behaviours and make inferences about others’ attitudes based on what they observe. When people see how another person acts in a particular situation, they often attribute the behaviour to the person’s traits and attitudes. Sometimes people also observe their own behaviour, much as an outsider might do, and make similar inferences about their own attitudes based on their behaviour. If you don’t know who you are, or where you are from, you will never understand purpose. The meaning of purpose is the reason for which something is done, created or its existence. Having that desire to achieve something, or to succeed, accompanied with motivation, determination and an internal drive. Only you; know your capacity, ability, potential, competence and strong point. Research has found that comparing breeds feelings of envy, low-self-confidence, and depression, as well as compromises our ability to trust others. While downward comparison, comparing ourselves to those less fortunate, can provide some benefit to one's sense of self, even this form of comparison comes at a price. It requires that we take pleasure in someone else's failures or misfortunes in order to feel adequate, which can fuel mean-spirited competitiveness versus collaboration; jealousy versus connection. When comparing leads, you to devalue yourself or others you've entered dangerous territory. Let's face it: What people present to the outside world is usually an edited version of their reality. When someone asks you how you are doing, how often do you respond by saying, "my husband is driving me crazy, I'm feeling like a failure at work, and I'm just about ready to lose my mind"? Instead, you probably bite your tongue and say "things are really great!" A recent study in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin confirmed that people are less likely to reveal their negative emotions than their positive emotions. Stop waiting for people to tell you things, you already know about yourself. Only you; know your capacity, ability, potential, competence and strong point. No one else does, but you! You are not your status. You are not your job. You are not your title. You are not people’s perspective of you. It’s time you stopped looking through the lens of others, and start looking through your own lens. You know yourself better than anybody else. Own it!

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    Self Help


    Beatrice Tshonga

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