Philosophies You Should Rethink
There exist certain Philosophies that we have been taught from childhood never to review or disprove.
Such Philosophies have been the status quo for ages and they have patterned so many of us in the way we see life. But if you keep doing the same things over and over again, don’t expect to see something different as your result.
Here are some Philosophies of old and why you should review them if you want to keep moving forward.
You should be informed at this juncture that these are the opinions of the passer of the message, you too can form your own opinion about life as you wish.
Without further ado, let us look at certain Philosophies you should rethink.
1. WHATEVER WILL BE, WILL BE
Whatever will be will not be; you have to make it be. You have a part to play in what will be in your life, so don’t leave it to chance.
2. HALF BREAD IS BETTER THAN NONE!
Why settle for half bread when you can get a full bread or even own a bakery. This is a limiting belief that positions you to settle for less and it is a mediocre philosophy.
3. A FOOL AT FORTY IS A FOOL FOREVER
A fool at any age can be a fool forever if he refuses to let go of his foolishness. It is never too late to become wise because the day you wake up and wisen up is the day you CHANGE!
4. ALL FINGERS ARE NOT EQUAL
Yes! Physical fingers in your hands are not equal but that does not make any of them valueless. Lose one and you realise that they are all valuable. You are not even a finger, so why look down on yourself.
5. LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY
If you are below forty and believe this, I feel so sorry for you because it means you are not yet alive.
6. WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN
Is your age coming down? Is your wisdom and knowledge coming down? Is the price of goods coming down? Think my friend!
7. HE WHO LAUGH LAST, LAUGHS BEST!
Why laugh last when you can laugh always and why laugh best when laughter is not a competition. When we Programme ourselves with certain philosophies, they limit and restrict us.
REVIEW YOUR PHILOSOPHIES AND ACT RIGHT.