Monday, September 12, 2011
Monday is here again. Yesterday, out of nowhere I was wondering about having faith and being confident about something. Do you think those two things really connected to one another? If you are confident that you might get the thing you want the most, then automatically you'll have faith on that particular thing. Therefore, faith will get back to you and bring you your wishes. What do you think? Sounds logical or way to impossible and unrelated?
But I found many statements that support my reason. What I'm trying to conclude here is for all us to always have faith, be confident..knowing that we can achieve things we want to achieve...
I found on 32key.com about faith and confidence, it says that:
"Faith is defined as having complete confidence, trust and belief. For a strong and rewarding journey through life we should have a generous amount of faith. Faith in ourselves, our families and friends, our God. Believe in yourself, a unique individual having personal preferences and talents. Have a deep belief that your days will be completed as you wish and imagine they will. This has a very strong and positive influence on your actions. It is just the opposite of feeling anxious and worried that you will fail. This is not a guarantee, but an excellent advantage working in your favor, available for every occasion and for life itself.
"It's faith in something and enthusiasm for something that makes life worth living." - Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894) "
And also on selfesteem2go.com, that says:
Having confidence in yourself means you have belief in your ability to accomplish things that others would consider difficult or impossible. This type of faith in yourself inspires others around you and they often start believing that you can deliver whatever you’ve set out to do. At this point, you’ve succeeded in convincing not only yourself but other people that you will succeed.
If you have faith in yourself, you are able to laugh at yourself. You trust and believe that you’ll be able to deal with whatever life throws you, good or bad. If you know what you want and where you’re trying to go, you have self confidence. If you stay calm under pressure, because you know it’s only a matter of time until you figure out what to do, you have self confidence. Another good indicator of having adequate confidence is a sense of purpose and a willingness to take risks.