We are all born with greatness within us. The abilities God has placed in our lives supersede human understanding, all we have to do is utilize this potential to the fullest.

If we are created with and for greatness, why do we fail to attain the heights we desire?

Our thinking, attitudes and perceptions about life dictate the direction our lives take. In fact, no one is responsible for the state of your life today but yourself. Through your mindset, attitude and perceptions, you craft your life path.

We all see the world differently. Others see it through the lens of positivity (the glass being half full) and others see it through the lens of pessimism (the glass being half empty).

Your attitude is the window through which you view the world. We were born with a clear attitude. An attitude that sees positivity in all aspects. As we grow, life starts throwing dirt at our windows. We are smeared with doubt, fear of unknown, criticism, rejection and disappointment.

The greatest problem is that we let the dirt accumulate and we do nothing. We have gone through stages of life with our windows filled with dirt. If you ask a person whose windows are dirty to look out and tell you how he views life, all that you get are negative reactions. His view is not clear.

“Better keep yourself clean and bright, you are the window through which you must see the world.”George Bernard Shaw

When your windows are not clear, you will never see possibilities. You are placed on a slippery ground where success and growth won’t be realized. You window is painted with mud.

All you have to do is clean your window so that you can see the world clearly again. Despite what you go through, learn to control your attitude. No one will come and clean your window. You have to make the choice to clean it yourself. This road is not an easy one, but you have to endure to for your world to shine bright.

“A happy person is not a person with a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.”Hugh Downs



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