Trust and believing is all we need?

Believing in yourself and trusting that you are on the right path, and not being in doubt by following the myriad
footpaths of those wandering in every direction.” It is this state of mind, he says, that produces tranquility.

Clarity of vision allows us to have this belief. That’s not to say we’re always going to be 100 percent
certain of everything, or that we even should be. Rather, it’s that we can rest assured we’re heading
generally in the right direction—that we don’t need to constantly compare ourselves with other people or change our mind every three seconds based on new information. Instead, tranquility and peace are found in identifying our path and in sticking to it: staying the course
—making adjustments here and there, naturally—but ignoring the distracting sirens who beckon us to turn toward the rocks.

2 thoughts on “Trust and believing is all we need?

  1. Hi Mirrox,

    Thank you for leaving another comment in my special post at

    I would like to inform you that you have already left the same comment there three days ago. So, I am going to just approve one of them.

    Considering that the said post is so special, it would be nicer of you to actually give m some feedback on the eulogy rather than just asking me to guest blog. 🙂

    Happy November to you!

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