You Love The World But The World Hates You

By Anthony Boyd You look at yourself through the eyes of another. You see what they see. What they see is a reflection of how they see themselves. You can’t see yourself. You’re caught in a tangled web of misconceptions. But you can’t be in two places at once so you default to their line of sight. This is where you get your self-pity and contemptuous attitude toward all of your ideas. Your potential to realize the strongest version of yourself. The good news is that you’re always there waiting for yourself to re-merge with who you truly are. The being that doesn’t look upon itself with the scornful eyes of others. It’s all up to you. The choice has to be made. Do you continue to default to their lines of sight out of “survival?” Or do you grow and actualize into what God intended?

A Wise Task

By Anthony Boyd One of the most important tasks we can under take is to repeatedly withdraw our attention from the mundane. We intentionally place our attention on things that improve self-knowledge, that alerts us to our divine inheritance. Remember this task everyday. Withdraw your attention from the news. Withdraw your attention from social media highlights. Place your attention on higher knowledge. For actualization. This is our task. For life.

Don’t Be Afraid To Get Punched In The Face

“This is the touchstone of such a spirit; no prizefighter can go with high spirits into the strife if he has never been beaten black and blue; the only contestant who can confidently enter the lists is the man who has seen his own blood, who has felt his teeth rattle beneath his opponent's fist, who has been tripped and felt the full force of his adversary's charge, who has been downed in body but not in spirit, one who, as often as he falls, rises again with greater defiance than ever.”