Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Six Word Saturday - 6WS - 2 July



Hello once again as this day begins another six words of my life for ...Six Word Saturday ...hope all is well with everyone...and that parades, family picnics, bonfires and fireworks will be part of your weekend Fourth of July celebrations...they will be for us!

Don't forget you too can play along with Cate's game from Showmyface.com and give us your own six words for your life right now...if you go here

http://www.showmyface.com/2011/07/six-word-saturday.html


My six words this Saturday are:

WE CAN'T AFFORD TO DOUBT OURSELVES

OKAY, "Self trust is the first secret of success,"  - Ralph Waldo Emerson

A man/woman's doubts and fears are our worst enemies," -William Wrigley Jr.

11 comments:

Mercy said...

Your 6WS is too true! It is something I have recently learnt myself.

Tinman said...

Very, very true.

Have a great 4th of July weekend.

soulbrush said...

A very hard lesson to learn but a good one, one of my mantras is 'love yourself first before you can start to love others.'

Fi said...

As always - your 6WS is spot on

forestwalk/laura k said...

so true...yet so hard for me to do at times...

have a happy & safe fourth!

mamatigerj said...

Wise words indeed.
Thank you for the visit and comment.

Call Me Cate said...

Very true - something I've been struggling with but I'm making progress in going with my gut. Thanks for playing 6WS!

JJ said...

If I played the game, this would be my entry:
"We determine whether we are victims." JJ

darlin said...

Self doubt constricts us and disables us from our personal growth, a tough one to come through sometimes but on the other end it's like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Great word choice Karen.

Galen Pearl said...

Self doubt is erased by faith. My six word contribution. But you said it better.

Alan Burnett said...

Thoughtful piece. I do doubt myself a lot, but it is silly. You are right, time is a precious currency and I can't afford too much self-doubt.