Foolish, indeed, are they who fill their minds with beliefs of inferiority. Such beliefs will have the believer waste away his life by jumping to and fro, and reacting defensively like a nervous grasshopper. What is there to reap of any benefit from that?
“In that day, there were giants in the land, and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers. And we were in their sight as grasshoppers.” – Book of Numbers. This day is that day. The land upon which you stand is that land. How do you sight yourself? Be ye a giant or a grasshopper?
Pray for understanding if you sight yourself a nervous grasshopper. With understanding comes the wisdom to empty your mind of such foolish beliefs that give power to feelings of inferiority.
Except you empty your mind of beliefs of inferiority, you cannot find yourself – your true self, the authentic you, the rich and majestic child of infinite intelligence that created you to be a giant in the land; a gentle, kind, giant in the land. But none-the-less, a giant.
Ah, the joy of being empty of beliefs that diminish your feelings of majesty; happiness is your destiny.