Faith

“Ye have little faith”. That’s something I grew up hearing whenever negativity came out of my mouth, from my parents. And as much as they said it, I never knew what they ment until I got older.

See, most of us, we encounter a situation in where we have to wait either for results, outcomes or simply put, a positive or negative answer. What I mean by positive or negative answers, is that we face decisions whether it’s trying out for the football team or applying for a new job and we anxiously wait for the results. Meanwhile, we await, some of us lose Faith by saying things like, “I won’t get the job” or “I’m too short for the team” and even though we excitedly yearned for those things to be in our favor, we lose hope of it being ours at the end.

It’s not what we do, it’s how we are during times of anxiety, desperation and patience that defines our success, that defines our ending, that defines our character.

I believe that if you don’t have faith in your mindset, that you start acquiring it and start to practice faith in all aspects of your life. And you will see how big of a difference you will be, mentally and emotionally, with just a grain of faith in your life.

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