If You Can Believe It, You Can Achieve It
Darius Foroux

I’m totally behind the idea that a belief either which way believed can become true when the outcome relies mostly on yourself. However, it was the stoic philosopher Seneca who also taught something similar about fear, that “we suffer more often in imagination than in reality”… Interestingly, or unfortunately, Seneca didn’t impress this notion upon his most promising pupil who would eventually become the paranoid emperor Nero and put his old master to death for conspiracy!

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