The truth is: Everybody doesn’t believe in you

Everybody doesn’t believe in you.  I don’t say this to be harsh; I say this to be honest.  Since this is the case you must believe in yourself.

Believing in oneself has become underrated in today’s society.  We live in a culture where we are too often seeking the approval of others.  Often times before we decide whether or not to believe in ourselves, or our ideas.

This happens no matter who you are, or where you are in your life.  Regardless of whether or not you are an honor roll student or a stand-out athlete.  Regardless of your title as bank President or your job as a gas station attendant.  Regardless of the nice clothes you wear or the nice car you drive.  Regardless of the 1,000 plus facebook friends and several twitter followers you have.  None of these things are more important than you believing in you.

In other words, it really doesn’t matter who believes in you.  All that matters is what and who (God and yourself) you believe in.

© David McGhee

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