Reversing the statements of error

When we are faced with a seemingly insurmountable problem, it's only too easy to let discouragement or resentment take over. Then we may think or say, "Oh, what's the use? There's nothing I can do about it," or even "It's all so-and-so's fault."

We should be alert to deny such statements, including unspoken ones, whether they concern us or others. These thoughts are aggressive mental suggestions tempting us to believe there can be troubling situations that defy solution.

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