Have you been diagnosed? Most have, and many think they are terminal. What a tragedy!
We sometimes get diagnosed and sentenced and then we do nothing but accept it as fact.
That is no way to live.
Just because “they” say so doesn’t make it so. “They” can’t pronounce you as sick, diseased, incompetent, lousy, ugly, or distrustful.
You get to choose. You have this marvelous opportunity to map your own destiny.
Are you sick, diseased, incompetent, lousy, ugly or distrustful?
I doubt that you are. But only your voice matters in these issues. You get to vote, and your vote is the only one that matters. What is your opinion of you?
In the list of synonyms for “diagnosis”, the last word we find is “Identification”.
Who are you really? What is your identification?
What do you know about yourself, believe about yourself, and desire for yourself?
Examine your life.
Map out your destiny.
Create your own successful inner dialogue and feed on that.
You’re not diagnosed until YOU accept the diagnosis.
P Michael Biggs
One Word at a Time