Poisonous fixed beliefs seem rampant lately so I thought it appropriate to reblog this post.
It’s always liberating to me whenever I get rid of clutter in my house. Whether it’s boxing up things for charity or just taking the trash to the curb, it feels great getting rid of useless and messy stuff that takes up valuable space. A bit of a do over can then happen where those worn out old items can be replaced with newer and better things and I can breath easier without the harmful, toxic waste that had been accumulating in my kitchen. The same can be applied to our ways of thinking.
We all have fixed beliefs regardless of how much truth they hold. Take tomatoes. Plump and juicy ones eaten right off the vine are a luscious treat but one I’ve deprived myself of because I’ve always assumed the climate where I live was not sunny/hot enough to grow them. It turns out I was completely wrong and…
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