We shouldn’t look at ourselves as we are, but as artists. Dares’t you look at yourself, not as you appear to be, but from an artistic point of view? Dares’t you ask, “What do I want next, to blossom from deep inside of me?
Right now take a moment to look at yourself from the perspective of the hidden talents and secret strengths hidden in the deep of your being; buried under judgments and opinions that have stopped those blessings from revealing themselves; buried deep and waiting for you to say, “Okay, it’s your turn now to come out and play.”
If you were to revise your opinions about yourself, what would you no longer hold onto – what belittling point of view would you say goodbye to? How would you revise your self-talk to improve your attitude about your potential and your future?
The person who discovers the power of self-revision, discovers the artist deep within. I believe the statement “resist not evil” means “resist not those evil thoughts that stop you from expressing your beautiful nature. REVISE! don’t resist.” What you resist shall persist. When you revise, you are doing what’s wise.
If you allow your natural urge of expectancy and your artistic flair to become one – it becomes much easier to redesign your self anew, so that a bountifully beautiful future will unfold for you.
“In heaven, the only art of living is forgetting and forgiving” Might I tweak that wonderful quote by William Blake? “The only art of living is forgetting, forgiving and revision” – Rob White