Are you living someone else’s beliefs?
Think about all the things you believe in your life. Whether it is your beliefs about marriage, money, how to raise your kids or whatever, truly think about the beliefs that you have.
Now think about why you have those beliefs and where they came from. Who first put that belief in your head? Who made you think of that belief and what are their beliefs? At this time more than ever it’s important that we consider our beliefs and how we got them in the first place.
It’s not enough anymore to say you believe something just to believe it, now you really need to understand why you believe and where it came from.
Consider the beliefs you have and consider for a second that they may not be your own beliefs.
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