10 Lies People Accept As Truth & Why.
V3Tv Brings you the ‘Word of the Week Podcast‘ 10 Lies You Have Been Told & Why.
Have you ever thought that you might actually know absolutely nothing about life and its realities? Have you ever questioned your belief systems and stopped believing the lies you have been told by your civilized society?
There is no denying the fact that your surroundings influence your thoughts and world views, in general. However, their knowledge and their life experiences aren’t always what they are portrayed as — true. Unfortunately, nobody ever told you that the lies were, well, just lies — meant to either make you feel good or let you down —which you adapted into universally accepted truths and eventually distorted your vision.
So now, how do you break free from the shackles of society? Take a look at the 10 biggest lies people love to tell you, and how you can and why you must stop believing them from now on…
1. Life Is A Struggle
Is it necessary to struggle so you can succeed in life? No, it isn’t. Life does not have to be made difficult in order to achieve success. Hard work pays, but so does smart work. When you are relaxed, consistent, and disciplined, you prioritize and complete your important tasks efficiently without feeling tired, frustrated and burdened. Remember: successful people often go to work to make their dreams a reality; they don’t refer to life or their work in a negative way. Life is beautiful: the passion you bring to your work is what typically leads to goals being met and dreams becoming reality — without the grind.
2. Life Is A Competition
Life is not a contest. Life is a journey, not a competition. You don’t live in a world where everyone has to kill/fight each other to prosper. The nature of universe is abundance and therefore, there are enough opportunities for everyone.
Though healthy competition leads to innovation, shakes off complacency, and helps you focus on your core strengths, people often want competition to show that they are better off. Remember: fighting to win a competition to prove a point or to satiate your ego, ultimately leads to your own destruction.Life is beautiful: because we are all different, and because there are no winners or losers.
3. Nobody Is Perfect
We’re all damaged in our own way. Nobody’s perfect. I think we’re all somewhat screwy. Every single one of us. — Johnny Depp
Everybody is perfect in their own way, and everybody matters. How does it feel when others don’t respect your own unique way of understanding? What happens when they try to change you according to their way? Everybody makes mistakes, and every mistake matters. How do you succeed when you don’t know what failure brings? Remember: feel comfortable and be happy in your own skin; have the courage to follow your own path confidently. Life is beautiful: there are no mistakes in life, only lessons to be learned.
4. Time Is Precious
Then why do you kill time? The fact is, time is an illusion. Not how long, but how well you have lived, is what matters. You make life worth living – not by keeping your eyes constantly on years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds,
but by living your life and living it freely. Remember: your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Life is beautiful: spend your time on following your heart and intuition.
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