Questioning YOU/Yourself?

Have ever asked yourself the question of “WHY“?

If you asked yourself the question “why” then only you have the answer to that question.

Have ever asked yourself the question of “WHAT“?

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If you ever asked yourself the question of “what” then only you have the answer to that question.

Have ever asked yourself the question of “WHEN“?

If you ever asked yourself the question of “when” then only you have the answer to that question.

Have ever asked yourself the question of “WHO“?

If you ever asked yourself the question of “who” then only you have the answer to that question.

Have ever asked yourself the question of “HOW“?

If you ever asked yourself the question of “how” then only you have the answer to that question.

Have ever asked yourself the question of “WHERE“?

If you ever asked yourself the question of “where” then only you have the answer to that question.

I many cases, we all doubt ourselves and look to others to answer these questions.

When we look to others to answer these questions we are granting others the opportunity to be decision-makers of our lives.

If we evaluate our current life situations, there are chances that others may provide insight based on their lived experiences.

If we take into account others provided insight, it could leas us to see things from a different perspective or angle., thus shifting or reframing our thinking processes.

In frequent forms, the questions that we have been asking ourselves time and time again has been staring us in the face the whole time.

Its not that we did not see these answer, its just that we failed to shift our way of thinking, allowing other unessential things to cloud our judgment or keeping wool pulled over our eyes.

The failure to address the questions that you ask yourself of “who, what, where, when, why, and how” is a result of you single-handedly knowing that you are the only person who has the answers, but the answers terrifies you.

Self-doubt and self-inflicted fear is a result of lacked transparency.

We would rather lean into blind-eyed perceptions or turned the other cheek.

Essentially, we have intentionally ignored our current situation and circumstance that it has swelled and started to invade our cognition.

We have failed to live and stand in our truth because it may cause more harm than good.

At some point we have to release the fear and immerse ourselves into self-authentication and self-worth.

At some point we have to stop questioning ourselves.

At some point we have to stop denying ourselves of our ability and capabilities.

At some point we have to embrace our self-confidence and self-assurance.

We must know that we have what it takes to do what you need to do in life regardless of other preconceived notions or misperceptions of us.

Every person that we come into contact with should witness your authenticity. This means that most persons will not stay around for too long because these are individuals who are not comfortable with themselves.

When you are and practice self-authenticity, you will attract others who are self-authentic and individualized.

Contrastingly, when you are a shell of who you are, living under false pretenses or self-falsification or fabrication, you deny yourself of receiving the respect you deserve.

Live in the moment and live in your truth.

When you stop questioning yourself, then others will stop questioning you as well.

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