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Aesop Chi Odi
02-08-2010, 05:44 PM
It is difficult to conquer my animal self and make revolutionary
Progress if I have forgot who I am, what Iím here for And what
change I am capable of. Forgetting who you are leads to so
much confusion.

Even moreso when you go to remedy that confusion by trying
to fix whats wrong wit ya. When you should be involved in
cultivating all that is right about you. Its so much easier to
make progress when youre not preoccupied with negativity.

So I begin each day with a declaration of who and what
I am and some positive affirmations. This serves to
Remind me of all that is fundamental to my growth, health,
And wellness.

By the time I finish this ritual I am in no doubt of my abilities
Plus prepared to advance beyond the days inevitable onslaught
Of obstacles designed to pull me back down and away from
My truth.

It allows me to reestablish my self while trapped in
A system that obstructs our growth by breaking down our
Self-esteem, focus, and determination. This breaking apart of an
Individuals psychological constitution aids in keeping Us to
believe that life is not naturally peaceful, intelligent, wholistic,
complementary, and spiritual.

It keeps us under the impression that we arenít capable of experiencing
It as enlightened beings. That we are not all slumbered Heroís like Heru
(played by Will Smith in Hancock) who Despite several setbacks ascended
to an honorable height that is accessible Attainable and within the evolutionary
reach of each and every one of us.

Dr. Green Lungs
02-09-2010, 12:06 PM
kids should recite this in the morning @ school instead of the national anthem

Aesop Chi Odi
02-09-2010, 04:50 PM
It would definitely yield some improvement but this
is just my reasoning for having my own pledge of
allegiance so to speak.

I think everybody should create one for self though.
If not that then atleast develop their own means of
refocusing self so that they can make personal gains
every day.

Personal Power is a reality of life and it can be trained.
This is one example of how I train mine.

Edgar Erebus
02-09-2010, 09:59 PM
First try training your spelling, thank you.

Aesop Chi Odi
02-09-2010, 10:42 PM
Proofreading is fundamental. Great observation.