I Can-You Just Don’t Know It

If you don’t think I can –

And you don’t believe in me –

I will always be able to say you will never know.

You will never be able to say I didn’t. Or I couldn’t. Or I wouldn’t.

But I will always know.

And you never will.

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Don’t let what someone else thinks become what you believe.

😉

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28 thoughts on “I Can-You Just Don’t Know It

  1. pepesapam says:

    my message for the day..thank you 🙂

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  2. That could be scary!!! :^)

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    • I know. Can you imagine, believing about yourself what other’s think?

      I almost put a disclaimer up. This didn’t come from an “experience” but a thought I had about something. And it was kind of empowering to think about it without having to talk myself through something. So I thought I would share it. Like a preventative!!!! 🙂

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      • Oh my, if I believed about myself what others thought…well it’s kind of crazy and weird at the same time. I don’t want to go on too much about this, but there was a recent chain of events that had a whole group of mothers mad at me. I guess there is always a relative right and wrong, but I couldn’t believe how upset they became in this particular circumstance. I’m sure you can imaging the kind of self doubt I felt. I kind of gave in to them just to end the whole thing but I’m still kind of shocked the something like that could have happened.

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        • Shock. That’s a good word Marissa. I’m sorry you’ve gone through that. I have often struggled with the idea or perception of what I believe others have thought. It would bother me that others thought that. I didn’t let what I believed they thought convince ‘me’ that I was what they thought. But I would have such a difficult time dealing with the idea that anyone ‘thought’ that of me. If any of that makes sense, I’m trying to say I get what you mean.

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  3. mewhoami says:

    Yes! Thank you!

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  4. Elisa says:

    sometimes, if one is delusional or dysfunctional, one ought to listen to what others say, otherwise their mirror is broken

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  5. Right on! Best message to start this day. 🙂

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  6. Anonymous says:

    …..nor let someone else set your mood for you…….

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  7. Now I’m really confused. You can, you could, and you did! I believe it!!

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  8. markbialczak says:

    Yes, Colleen, your own opinion is the most important opinion!

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  9. reocochran says:

    One of my favorite books of all time has those thoughts and sentiments, “I think I can. . .” all the way up the steep hill and as it coasts downhill, the smiles on my face come.

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  10. niaaeryn says:

    A good reminder, and again perfect timing. 🙂

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