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The Universe Is Too Unrealistic For You To Be Realistic

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When you make your wildest dreams and ambitions known to the society, people will tell you to be realistic. They will advise you to get a job, raise a family, and retire at 60 because they believe it’s unrealistic for you to reach your wildest dreams.

Most people will analyze your current financial position, family, and academic background, and they’ll advise you to live in accordance with these factors because they believe it’s unrealistic to dream big. Little do they know that you are aligning with the universe’s nature by being unrealistic.

My meditations on the universe encouraged me to be unrealistic because I realized that the universe is unrealistic. At night, when I look at the stars, I wonder what they are, and how they float on nothingness. I then realize that there is no realistic argument for their existence. Scientists have provided millions of explanations for the existence of the stars, but most of these explanations are based on pure guesswork.

The problem with scientists is that they always try to make the universe realistic by providing ambiguous explanations to everything. The sad thing is that their arguments are usually based on assumptions.

Look at the world folks, and you’ll realize that everything is unrealistic. Grass grows from nowhere, there are blind mammals that fly, some creatures have thorns on their bodies, some mammals lay eggs, and some reptiles give birth to live young. Besides this, the earth, the sun, and the moon float on a sea of energy, flowers turn into fruits, and the sperm-egg fusion results in the formation of living things. Is that realistic?

Besides this, if you believe in God like me, then you are also unrealistic. Is it realistic for a power which we can’t see to create a universe and be everywhere at the same time? Is it realistic for a being to create living things out of nothing and see everywhere at the same time?

If all these things about the universe are unrealistic, why then should you be realistic? The universe is unrealistic and miraculous, and for this reason, you must be unrealistic by believing in miracles. Imagine your wildest dreams coming true and go after them. People might think you are crazy, but the universe won’t.

Moreover, whenever you imagine your ideal future, don’t stop imagining when you realize that your imagination seems unrealistic. Instead, go wherever your imagination takes you, and believe it’s possible to live the life you are imagining. Believe you can have whatever you want even when things seem hopeless and chaotic. Furthermore, set unrealistic goals because realistic goals will lead you to an average life, and remember that all great folks were unrealistic. They believed they could invent things the society considered unrealistic after studying the universe and realizing the magic in it.

You have a choice, it’s either you believe in a logical universe, or believe in an unrealistic miraculous universe.  As Albert Einstein puts it, There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.’

I choose the latter because believing in a logical universe is stressful as you can’t see how things can miraculously turn in your favor. However, believing in an unrealistic miraculous universe makes life more marvelous and adventurous because you realize that anything good can happen any second, and everything can change in an instant.

Lastly, remember that, ‘When a person tries to live by reason he is moving out of God’s country into the enemy’s land. We belong to the miraculous and supernatural realm.’ – John G. Lake, Canadian American Leader.

Be blessed and HAVE AN UNREALISTIC DAY full of UNREALISTIC AMBITIONS

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  1. Purity

    July 2, 2019 at 8:38 am

    Couldn’t have put it in a better way….
    I live in the unrealistic world where I believe that everything is possible.
    My perception comes from understanding of who my God is and that He is the God of the impossible.

    • Isaac Wechuli

      July 2, 2019 at 12:27 pm

      Wow, i also live in that world. The mechanistic perception of the world has limited the size of many people’s ambitions. people will set big dreams if they focus on the unrealistic, mysterious, and unlimited spiritual part of the world, and if they know that Their Creator is an unlimited, undefined, and out of logic being

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Embracing Hardships: The Secret to Inner Peace

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Embracing Hardships: The Secret to Inner Peace

‘Be like the rock; though the waves keep crashing over, it stands unmoved, and the raging of the sea falls still around it.’ – Marcus Aurelius

In my article, 4 Practical and Unique Ways to Attain Inner Peace, I discussed four factors that enable inner peace. Today, I’ll discuss how embracing hardships is the way to inner peace.

After studying stoicism for a while, I realized that the stoics attained inner peace because they embraced hardships. Unlike most of us, they viewed hardships as a necessary part of life, and therefore, they never feared the possibility of future difficulties.

They believed hardships enabled them to grow stronger, and they argued that great people attained greatness because of the numerous hardships they went through. For instance, Epictetus, one of the famous stoics, wrote, ‘What would become of Hercules, if there had been no lion, hydra, stag or boar, and no criminals to rid the world of? What would he have done in the absence of challenges? What would have been the use of those arms, that physique, and that noble soul, without crisis or conditions to stir into him action?

Earlier, I never tried to embrace the stoics’ attitude towards hardships because I believed hardships only come to unspiritual people. I believed I would never experience hardships if I became virtuous and embraced spiritual exercises such as prayer, meditation, and yoga.

However, after facing several hardships despite embracing spirituality, I realized that hardships are a part of life and they affect everyone, including the righteous. Besides, I noticed that resisting hardships and feeling that I should not encounter them because I embraced spirituality prevented me from attaining inner peace. I then realized that the stoics were right when they said, ‘the best way to attain inner peace is to be ready for hardships and to accept them as part of life and an opportunity for growth.’

When you are ready for hardships, you’ll attain inner peace because you’ll never fear them. As well, when you perceive hardships as an opportunity for growth, you’ll never be depressed when you face them because you’ll strive to gain from them.

To adopt the stoic’s perception of hardships, we must understand that hardships are part of nature because all animals face difficulties. For instance, a baby wildebeest often struggles before it knows how to run, a young male lion often relies on scavenging after older male lions chase it from the pride, and a chick has to break the egg for it to get out of it.

Hardships are, therefore, part of the flow of life, and we have to accept them as long as we are willing to live. Accepting them results in inner peace because we’ll stop worrying when we anticipate hardships, and we’ll never be depressed or stressed when hardships arrive.

PEACE BE WITH YOU

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25 Powerful Affirmations to Lift Your Thinking

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I used to doubt the effectiveness of affirmations. However, after studying hypnosis for a while, I discovered that affirmations work, particularly when you say them while in a relaxed state of mind. Besides this, I realized that they work because they change our beliefs, which influence our reality.

For this reason, I selected the following affirmations, which I say frequently. I hope you’ll also say them regularly, so that they lift your thinking, change your belief system, and eventually change your reality.

  1. ‘I know that I am pure Spirit, that I always have been, and that I always will be. There is inside me a place of confidence and quietness and security where all things are known and understood.’ –  Wayne Dyer
  2. ‘I am an excellent creature, a valuable part of the universe in which I exist.’ – Jane Roberts
  3. ‘My existence enriches all other portions of life, while my own being is enhanced by the rest of creation.’ – Jane Roberts.
  4. ‘It is good, natural, and safe for me to grow and develop and use my abilities, and by doing so I also enrich all other portions of life.’- Jane Roberts.
  5. ‘I am eternally couched and supported by the universe of which I am a part.’ – Jane Roberts.
  6. ‘By nature, I am a good deserving creature, and all of life’s elements and parts are also of good intent.’ – Jane Roberts.
  7. ‘I have passed through the illusion of matter; I am now conscious that I am Divine.’ – anonymous
  8. ‘I call upon the law of accumulation. My supply comes from God, and now pours in and piles up, under grace.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  9. ‘My supply comes from God – I have the magic of the spirit. It can never be depleted. As money goes out, immediately money comes in.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  10. ‘Surely, goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.’ –  King David
  11. ‘I cannot be separated from God the Giver; therefore, I cannot be separated from God the Gift. The Gift is in action.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  12. ‘The genius within me is released; I now fulfill my destiny.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  13. ‘The Father (God) and I are one.’  – Jesus Christ
  14. I trust that everything is working for the highest good, and I am receiving all that I am meant to have.’  – Diana Haymond
  15. ‘The Lord is my shepherd; I shall never lack.’ – King David
  16. ‘I expect the unexpected, and my glorious good now comes to pass.’- Florence Scovel Shinn
  17. ‘I am a spiritual being having a human experience.’ – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  18. ‘The giver of life is ever-present and guides all my steps.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  19. ‘I feel the fear dripping away; there’s a stillness that nothing transmits, I’m a breeze that grows stronger.’ – iLe
  20. ‘Every day, I am becoming a better version of myself.’
  21. ‘I now catch up with my good, for before I called, I was answered.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  22. ‘I am a child and a manifestation of God, and every moment his life, love, wisdom and power flow into and through me.’ – anonymous
  23. ‘I give my problems to the Great mind of God; I let go of them, confident that the correct answers will return to me when they are needed.’ – Wayne Dyer
  24. ‘To the great Law of attraction, everything in my life that I need for my work and fulfillment will come to me. It is not necessary that I strain about this. I should only believe. For in the strength of my belief, my faith will make it so.’ – Wayne Dyer
  25. ‘I am a god, who once believed s/he was man.’ – Isaac Wechuli

N/B – Modern society demands us to perform many activities that might prevent us from saying all the above affirmations regularly. For this reason, you can only choose one or two of them if you have a busy schedule.

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