Wrong philosophies – Wrong Life

I have always believed in the power of the mind and I still do because it works magic.

…Whatever you believe of life or of yourself eventually happens.

You don’t have anything to loose by believing right. Everything starts from the mind… Think right, believe right and you will live right.

Many people out there are suffering not because the government or people could not do right but because they believe in wrong philosophies of life. Stop being myopic, stop being shallow in your thoughts because your stardom depends on it.

… You will never loose a thing for believing in yourself and believing great things for yourself. You will loose more if you don’t

Here I have some wrong philosophies you might have been used to which I think you should change because I believe they are not good for progress… They are limitations and you don’t need them… Roll with me….

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 wise 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 financially, and you realise that they are all valuable. You are not even a finger, so why look down on yourself.

… Nobody came to this world a made millionaire or billionaire. Those that made it believe in greatness and in themselves and also work at it.

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 program ourselves with these strange philosophies,they limit and restrict us.


8. THE DEVIL YOU KNOW, IS BETTER THAN THE ANGEL YOU DON’T KNOW.

Why do you want to associate with the devil, the devil depicts evil, no matter how you want to make it look. The Angel you don’t even know is doing its primary assignment of guarding you always. Nothing good comes from the devil. Desist from such philosophy.

…Change the way you think and talk… You will change the world.
You have the opportunity to.

RECREATE YOUR WORLD. Thanks for your time.

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Author: Rotimi Elijah

Rotimi Elijah likes to motivate and inspire people. He likes to be among happy people who loves unconditionally. He believes that love is the basis to true happiness.

53 thoughts on “Wrong philosophies – Wrong Life”

  1. 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 wise up is the day you CHANGE.

    This is a great quote of yours. I was a fool until I was 27. Now I am changing every day. The old is gone… The new keeps coming.

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    1. Yes I can.

      Almost more than half of the world believe this life limiting phrase that says ” Life begins at forty”. What they are saying is that nothing significant can happen in their life until they are forty. I don’t believe in that. Anyone that believes in that will continue to live an average life.

      Life begins the moment you realize who you are and what you are meant to do in life. With that, you can live your dream even at age of 20, 25 or 30.

      No one should waste time waiting for life to happen by forty… Life happens everyday… We should focus on making life happens. We can make it shine or dull at anytime.

      Hope I explained it better..? Thanks

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  2. Nice post 👏🏾. I do agree but some of the idioms weren’t meant to be taken literally. For example; all fingers are not equal – I think it’s more of, don’t compare yourself to other people because your level or speed might be different from theirs. It doesn’t really mean you’re limiting your potentials or you’re selling yourself short by comparing it to fingers.

    But some people do tend to use idioms as an excuse and they become ignorant to the deeper meaning of it.

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    1. Hmm… Exactly the fact… I love your expression, it gave more meaning to it. Many people choose to accept a life of defeat and see it as destiny… They will say, all fingers are not equal so they believe they are made to be small in life.

      No one is born to be small. Everyone have the potential for greatness. Thanks so much. Really appreciate your time and words. Have a great week

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  3. This was perfect! One that I have fallen victim of is the laughing one your right why not laugh all the time! Great advice, if there’s one thing most of us have the power to change instantly Is out thoughts!

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    1. Yes…. We truly have the power over our thoughts but many people make the mistake of letting their thoughts or emotions rule them. Like I use to say no one can make me unhappy except me. We don’t have to select time to be happy,we can choose to be always.

      Thanks for your time and words. Do have a blooming week

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    1. A lot of people have so digested these philosophies that they are now subconsciously control by them… It’s so part of them that they accept these things. It is wrong. We don’t have anything to loose by believing and living high. When we stay positive,we enjoy positivity in our lives.

      Thanks Deshi… Do have a blooming week

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