The Voice of Truth That Sets Me Free

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Powered by. Sorry, only our members get free stuff. You're going to regret the times you didn't go for it because you were too scared. One time I was negotiating a contract and the other company suggested the idea that my company would fail if they walked away because we didn't accept their version of the deal.

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I told them that this was an outcome I was willing to face. In that moment, I realized that the idea of my startup failing had no real consequence on the outlook of my life. I realized that there was nothing this company could do of any real consequence to me as a human spirit. Even if we didn't get the deal, and even if we did go out of business, it wouldn't ruin my life. If that happened, I would take some time off to travel and make space for a new inspiration or purpose to come forward. That time off could spark an idea that becomes a new company that ends up selling for millions?

Or what if I realized that a consulting business would create a lifestyle I enjoy more than a venture-backed startup? The point is not that you shouldn't care about outcomes. The point is that when you care too much about them that you compromise your worth, you've given all your power away. By realizing that this group had no real power of me, I was free to take action without fear. Too many of us are living the lives that others wanted for us. This often happens because our fear of death makes us want to live life the right way or the safe way.

Unfortunately, this is not a path to happiness.

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When you realize life is short, you are free to let go of the dogmas and burden beliefs that others place on you. You give yourself permission to dream up the life you want and the freedom to pursue it. It's your life, and you only get one. You can live it however you want. Here's an example.


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  • He had a lovely family and was content because he was wealthy, and wealthy because he was content. So he sold his farm, collected his money that was at interest, left his family in charge of a neighbor, and away he went in search of diamonds, and he traveled through many lands. Reaching in, he pulled out a black stone, containing a strange eye of light. As they rushed out into the garden and stirred up the white sands with their fingers, they came up with many more beautiful, valuable gems.

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    Thus were discovered the diamond mines of Golconda, which were the most valuable diamond mines in the history of the ancient world. So, had Ali Hafid remained at home and dug in his own cellar or anywhere in his own fields rather than traveling in strange lands, he would have had acres of diamonds.

    The truth is not in distant lands but under our feet. One of the significant legal trials of all history was the trial of Socrates.

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    The charge against him in the Athenian Court was twofold in nature: First, that he was atheistic and did not believe in the gods prescribed by the state. Socrates was convicted by the majority of the jury of and was sentenced to death by poison. As a means of coming to the truth, young people in our church are encouraged by their leaders to think and find out for themselves.

    They are encouraged to ponder, to search, to evaluate, and thereby come to such knowledge of the truth as their own consciences, by the Spirit of God, lead them to.