ALL OF MY life I have believed in myself. I have felt that I was able to do anything. I was not discouraged because what I did could not compare to the excellence of what others did doing the same thing, I was innocently ingenuously naively childishly delighted with what I did and what I was doing.
Through sustained thinking I continued my life of being myself, believing in myself and having barrels of fun being myself. I knew nothing else. I always was intuitive to what was in my heart and lived according to that intuition.
Some people might call this intuitiveness and ingenuousness as egoism to a high degree. Actually no one thought that of me because I did not do what I did for "show" to others, but rather in my own inner pleasure. I would go around with a smile at all times. I would visit the neighbors with a smile on my face and they were glad to see me come. I lived in the sustained thinking of what came most naturally from my inner self. I knew nothing else!
When a child acts like a child, the world accepts that child for being a child.
When an adult acts like a child the adult is thought to be less than practical. However, philosophy and psychology inform us that we must become as little children in our acceptance and innocence if we are to enter into the infinite realm of reality, if we are to be heir to the omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence that dwells at the center of our being.
Throughout my life I have believed Voltaire's conviction, "No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking." My sustained thinking was always on the concept that I can do whatever I choose to do. I can experience whatever I dream about. I can enjoy every innocent delight of my heart here and now.
-Dr Herbert L Beierle