NEVER BELIEVE, YOU NEVER WILL

In this Redmond's Review, Darren covers two different levels of thinking.

Never believe? Then, you never will.

Remember, you have already proven you are so much better than, “you never will.” Heard any of these things in your life before, “Look at all those showing more talent in what ever activity you participate in, they are better than you, you will never pass them.” “I’d rather be honest with you than build up your hopes.” “How can you dream of a better life you can not even pay the mortgage.”

Do the above comments sound familiar? These are many times words of negativity presented by coaches, teachers, friends and sometimes family happen. They are presented as well meaning advice but often are cloaked in negative energy. What benefit is it to destroy ones dream? To murder ambition?

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If you never believe, you never will. Even the oldest of homes are built on strong foundations.

I want to remind you that you are not to old to go back to school. You are not too broke to one day be rich. You, my friend, are talented enough to have that job, that school, or that significant other to pursue you! Do not let well meaning negativity rationalize your dreams away. Give no one that power.

Want proof of how terrific you are in beating the odds ? I will not go into the biological details, but when you, the you that is reading this was created, the essence of matter in constructing you, literally beat out thousands of others looking to become another version of you. You beat tremendous odds back then and did it on biological determination.

Think about it, with all you have learned and received since that time, what you can do when you are hyper focused. Let no one stand in your way. I believe you can.

Written By: D. Redmond


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SIMPLE QUESTION ABOUT CERTAIN THINGS

REDMOND'S REVIEWS are provided frequently at Universal Digest.

SIMPLE QUESTION OF WHY DO WE REALLY SAY CERTAIN THINGS

Simple as it may seem, but as we enter 2021 with 2020 in the rear view mirror, are the following thoughts are more important more now than ever?

Political correctness to me equals control by others to manipulate others disguised as kindness.

Self discipline of speech should I believe should come from self; pure and simple.

But, I do wonder sometimes why do we feel compelled to say certain things.

For example why will we soon see and hear people mock those who make new years resolutions?

Why do we feel compelled to use words like stupid or racist when responding to someone with a different view of the world??

Why do we bond with some one then feel the need to judge them to others when they are not there?

Why do we feel compelled to mock what some one puts on their social media, when that page or pages are theirs and you are the guest?

Why do we feel compelled to yell about privacy but yet mock those who have had theirs infringed?

Why do we feel compelled to judge others quality of life when their time on earth belongs to them?

Why are we so wired to wonder if I am writing about any one in particular rather then just absorbing the words?

Why do we not practice more what we preach?

I have no one in particular in mind with these questions, but rather all of us including me as a collective.

May God as you understand God to be, shine the warm glow of understanding and the courage to put forth grace to others.

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Darren points out why kids quit sports. He also notices that there are similarities with employees who quit jobs.

Written By: D. Redmond


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