Day 3 – Doubts

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Everyone has doubts. It’s human to question, so doubts are a natural part of questioning.

We doubt others, when their word rings less than truth. We doubt ourselves when we thing we can see something we planned through. I have, on more than one occasion, doubted my parents, my brothers, my friends, even myself and, sometimes, my “predictions” came true. I was right do doubt. In those times, I’m upset that they didn’t see it through.

But other times, my doubts are incorrect, and I become so glad, I was wrong.
And when I doubt myself, I go the extra mile to be wrong.

If you want to doubt, doubt. But don’t doubt yourself.

Rob out.

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