THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE MIND

I have not been doing much thinking lately. I have been a bum for quite a while and I am enjoying it. However, thoughts came to me a couple of hours ago and I know that those thoughts are going to help me in the future so I need to write it somewhere to make it easy to access should the need arise.

Here goes.

First, practice humility. Humility is different from low self-esteem or lack of confidence.

Which leads me to: develop quiet confidence. Lack of this leads to insecurity and a high risk of being an annoying show off.

So, be the master of your trade, learn, unlearn, relearn. They are all important. Be wise enough to discern.

Remember, have fear. Have the fear of losing something. Have the fear of making mistakes and losing opportunities. Have the fear of taking your blessings for granted. Have fear to develop courage. Have fear to develop your faith.

It is not cowardice, in fact, it is real bravery to accept that you have fears…and being able to tackle those fears head on.

One last thing, always do things right the first time. Just like playing the piano, even if you are already out of tempo, don’t move your fingers to the next keys if you don’t know yet where the right keys are. Accuracy is more important than speed.

That is all for tonight. Good night and have a good and blessed life ahead!