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Gratitude; Mantra; Confidence Vs. Arrogance

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I am thankful for you guys. And this website. You guys have been a great encouragement to me, and this site has been a great resource. Coming here when I've been depressed has helped me tremendously. The caring hearts and kind words that live here are inspiring. I feel very thankful to have met you guys, and found this website.

Lately there have been certain words pop up in my life:

Fear Vs. Love

These words I will use during meditation. I will use Courage as my first Mantra.

I'm learning a form of Yoga, but only by myself for now. When I feel more comfortable, I will search for others to do yoga with, or find a class.

But for now I will do on my own what I can. I have a new DVD called Mantra Girl, and it shows in the video how 4 ladies do kundalini yoga. Interesting!

What's the difference between Confidence and Arrogance?

Confidence: You trust yourself, secure in abilities, prove to yourself.

Confidence: the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust. the state of feeling certain about the truth of something, a feeling of self-assurance arising from one's appreciation of one's own abilities or qualities.

Arrogance: You gotta prove something to people, a lot of resistance, insecure in abilities.

Arrogant: having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one's own importance or abilities.


Just making notes. 🙂


What we must do: Lose our minds, and come to our senses.

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6 hours ago, Bulgakov said:

Arrogance is overly proud; confidence is not.

Ah yes!

I had been looking up my words and their definitions. Though I knew overall what the words mean, I have never really looked them up before to get a dictionary definition. I had been rolling the confidence vs arrogance thing in my mind for a while now, just never got around to looking it up.

Thank you for adding that. :)

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