My convictions guide my choices. Being true to my beliefs is more important than being comfortable or popular.
While my beliefs are stable, my mind is flexible.
I examine my intentions and assumptions. Analyzing the consequences of my actions clarifies my beliefs. I think about the results of my choices. I make certain that my purpose is to help myself and others. I can describe why my actions are correct and moral. I require sound reasoning.
My beliefs are grounded in my spiritual faith. I am committed to love and compassion.
I realize the importance of being humble and accepting my limitations. My opinions may change when I encounter additional facts. Challenging circumstances may lead me to apply my beliefs in new ways. As I grow older, my values evolve according to my experiences.
I welcome input from others. I respect their viewpoints even when we disagree. I focus on sharing knowledge and insights, so that we can all make wise decisions. I want the best for others, regardless of whether our beliefs clash or coincide.
Sticking to my beliefs sometimes tests my courage, but the benefits are worth it. I live a more authentic life, and feel at peace with myself. My confidence grows. By taking risks, I strengthen my beliefs and give others the opportunity to do the same.
Today, I stand firm in my beliefs. I align my actions with my values.
1. What are my core values?
2. How do my actions express my beliefs?
3. In what ways can I encourage myself to act on my beliefs when others disagree with me?