My faith has completely changed what I view as success. With this other view in mind, yes my faith has given me the tools I need to succeed.
Faith in myself and my ability to achieve reasonable goals has enabled my success.
I have achieved all the success in my life without faith and the aid of a God. All my success is my own doing and I take full credit for my achievements and failures alike. Luckily there is more of the first than the latter:)
yup, faith accompanied by action towards what I believe.. . that's the magic formula
absolutely. it has made me who i am today and got me through some very hard times. without faith in myself, i wouldn't even be alive today. by knowing that i'm the one who will keep myself safe, i have become a lot stronger then i would be if my faith was in something else.
Faith in myself and the ablities I have been given from those who taught me what I needed to know and are willing to answer when I say I still don't understand.
Faith in the belief that there is no shame when admitting there is much I do not know but am still willing to learn.
However if you ask do I have or need the Crutch of relious faith in my efforts towards success or what has brough me the successes I enjoy, then the answer is No !
I am what I am because of the people with whom I have shared my life and they with me no gods required..
Yes I cannot imagine where would I be now without faith most specially to God he is the source of all my faith, to my family and friends and to those people who help me achieved where I am now.
faith has enabled me to understand what true success is, being at peace with God and the earth, living in a way where you help other living things from human beings to plants and animals, building our eternal kingdom, not just a temporary heap of rubble, called money and merchandise.... I like how one of the 13 grandmothers put it... "where will you purchase your water, with all of your money, when all the clean water is destroyed, cherish your water, respect it and understand it is alive"
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