The things we tell ourselves are the seeds we plant for perspective’s harvest. We reap what we have convinced ourselves of. Everything from who we are, to what we can achieve, and to the role other people play in our lives. But often times, after harvesting what we have planted, our seeds grow to become things foreign to our intention.
It is in those intentions where the truth and lies we tell ourselves, live. When what we have harvested seems foreign and unusual, it is our aspiration to free ourselves from the shackles of the lies we watered our seeds with.
Lies about our limited capabilities and inferiority. Lies about who loves us and who is good in our lives. But before we clear our garden and start anew, we need to understand which lie is keeping the truth from allowing us to re-plant our seeds and grow a garden in which we can harvest all the good things we are deserving of.
Be honest, be intentional. Be prepared to unlock the chains tying you to roots which do not provide for the goodness of your soul. Plant more seeds, reap the harvest.