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Why Are You Small?

Are you small because the world is big or because you believe in smallness? If the world is big then definitely you are small in physical terms. In physical terms when you stand next to a tree the tree will mostly tend to be taller than you, the mountain wider than you, the elephant bigger than you, the ocean deeper than you, the wind faster than you and the ground obviously will have more than you. We can excuse you in this when it comes to physical attributes because, well without being rude you are quite small.

However your belief has no bounds hence you can be as big as you want. You can travel anywhere you want, see what you like, be where you want to be, come up with inventions to change the world, change the world because of your belief, live the best life you could. If anything you could just be as small as the mustard seed but because of your belief you could become bigger than all that is around you. You can be deeper than the oceans, wider than the mountains, faster than the wind, bigger than anything alive and of course have more substance than the ground has. So why are you small?

Winston is the author of several books. His breakthrough book was “You Have All Been Fooled”, a book about power, ability, and sheer determination in life. Winston’s books are available on the following
You Have All Been Fooled at Amazon
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Four Reasons Why Absolute World Peace is Impossible With Humans
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The Book of Revelation Series

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  1. March 19, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    The post is highly philosophical so we cannot argue with that. But there are limitations to what we can actually do. We can dream big dreams and be anywhere we want to be in our mind but reality limits us to where we are actually situated. Or shall we live in a make believe world just like Peter Pan- the boy who refused to grow up? Thanks for the post. God bless.

    • nolimitsfoundation
      March 22, 2010 at 5:15 am

      Hi Mel
      Interesting comment. Ever wondered what a person who has never had an experience with God might think of Christianity. For example, we believe in the existence of a being who knows all and sees all, they are angels all around us but we cannot see them, if you believe you can walk heal the sick and raise the dead with just words by just believing, we can cast out demons in people, someone can change water into wine. To someone who has not had conviction of the Spirit, this sounds worse than Peter Pan. I loved your comment because it also made me thnk what its like being a nonbeliever also.

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