Meme of the Week


Do you have doubts that are killing your dreams? What are they? What can you do to make the dreams more real than the doubts? I’ve been thinking about this for a bit and the posts from this blog always seem to pop up at the perfect time.

Studio Mothers: Life & Art

doubt meme

Happy Friday.

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Author: Kary Schumpert @runningintolife

I am a composter, an environmental educator, a runner, a writer.

3 thoughts on “Meme of the Week”

  1. This quote reminds me of the book by Christian psychiatrist Scott Peck “People of the Lie”. He asserts that the evil people are not necessarily those that pull the trigger of a firearm or run a knife through someone but those who in positions of authority who emotionally beat one down to the juncture where there self-esteem is at rock bottom. These culprits he identifies as school teachers, supervisors, law enforcement officers, parents, sunday school teachers, preachers, and others in positions of authority. They emotionally beat others down with sadistic glee. Hence, these victims are unable to do well for themselves. Mental health counselors see this phenomenon daily with their clients. These “leaders” of society apparently have absolutely no regard for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness of others that is endowed to them by their creator. They also believe that that their position of authority overrides the teachings of the Sage of Nazareth. There are potent self-esteem verses in the letters of Paul: Galatians 6:3-4,9; II Corinthians 4:17; II Corinthians 10:12; Philippians 3:13. Also, II Peter 1:5-9 is an excellent set as well.

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