Boundaries and belief

Society is teaching us that we shouldn’t have any boundaries and we should tolerate everything. When we make a habit of accepting/tolerating everything, we make a habit of allowing others to infiltrate our space which means we do not value our own space.

A good way of seeing the importance of boundaries would be this :  picture yourself as being the sun , while  your goal is to heat up the galaxy ( providing value to others ) , suppose you allow tiny holes to appear into the sun , that would mean that you wouldn’t be able to provide as much value outside . Having boundaries would make you completely round with no holes which would make you radiate maximum amount of value.

The next step is figuring out which boundaries we have to implement in our lives in order for our impact to be potent. Make it a responsibility to be positive by adding boundaries to your life. One must not be only responsible but also accountable for what is happening.

As I look around people are thought to disbelief in themselves and others by compromising their selves for what others taught them it was right.

Work with no belief has no succession because belief is what allows your mind to make your mental creation (ambition) real. Belief is the key to transforming a mental creation into reality.

Definition of belief: an acceptance that something exists or is true, especially one without proof

4 thoughts on “Boundaries and belief

  1. Boundaries, in a world that is both finite (Each being and object has shape, mass and dimensions) and infinite (There is as much as the creatures need-although not as much at one time, as they may want.), are needed for the sake of progress within one’s own identity.

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