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Inner Beliefs

In the most remarkable manner your inner most beliefs and convictions, learned over the years, determine your reality. Not circumstances, not outward appearances, not the past, not the facts, not economic conditions, not doctor's opinions.

That's why:

  • some people remain healthy no matter what kind of foods they eat.
  • some people remain sick no matter how many vitamins they take and health foods they eat.
  • some people find love no matter how 'ugly' they are.
  • some people remain lonely no matter how 'beautiful' they are.
  • some people are so productive no matter how handicapped they are.
  • some people are so fulfilled no matter how little they have.
  • some people always complain no matter how much they have.
  • some people get so rich no matter how bad the economy is.
  • some people always struggle no matter how good the economy is.
  • some people beat the odds no matter how many doctors told
    them there was no hope.

What are your inner most beliefs and convictions?
Just take a look around at your reality. See any
adjustments you can make? Go for it!

Happy trails
Harvey

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