Today, I choose to believe my best day is ahead of me.

Demonstrating self-reliance increases my confidence.

Self-confidence gives me courage against the fear of inferiority.

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Self-reliance

Life is a fascinating mix of exhilaration, joy, and fear of the unknown. I am sometimes unsure of what is around the next corner. So, I realize I must strive each day to depend more on myself.

Life requires me to be self-reliant. To me, being self-reliant means that I can stand alone and do what I need to do. I plot my own direction.

I know I can do anything on my own.

It brings me comfort to know that I am okay regardless of what happens. My self-sufficiency empowers me to do whatever I believe is right or best for each situation.

I determine my own destiny.

I am confident in myself because of my self-reliance. When I encounter a rough patch, I give myself time to consider my options. I ask myself things like, “How do I want to handle this situation?” and “Which option can bring me the most positive result?”

Ultimately, I know I can prevail because of my self-reliance. I feel self-assured and I am thankful for it.

Sometimes, being self-reliant means knowing who to go to for help. I learn from the experience of others who are more knowledgeable in whatever I am pursuing. Then, my own knowledge and wisdom increases, building my self-reliance and confidence even more.

Today, my capacity to handle things on my own is at its highest because of my self-reliance. My goal is to show the world that I can rely on myself to accomplish my dreams.

Martial arts plays a great role in my self-confidence. Learning the True Martial Arts not a sports martial arts teaches me how to control my true destiny. It’s teaches me how to sculpture my body,mind and spirit. I am a student at the School of martial arts Niji NoHashi Dojo.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Who comes to mind when I think of self-reliance? Can I pattern my behavior after them?

2. Do I determine my own direction in life and go after what I want?

3. When the going gets tough, how can I demonstrate self-reliance?