Your Attitude To Correction Matters A Lot

Your Attitude To Correction Matters A Lot

Proverbs 29:1

Your attitude defines your ratings. It determines your placement, your attitude attracts or repels people from you, your attitude is your real representation. You cannot subdue it, it will naturally reveal who you are. Humility is the hidden attitude that results into open altitude. However, of all spiritual virtues attitude is the greatest. Change of level begins with change of attitude. As attitude improves, altitude is enhanced. Therefore,  your attitude to correction matters a lot because your attitude can make or break you, heal or hurt you.

An attitude can be seen as a predisposition or a tendency to respond positively or negatively towards a certain idea, object, person, or situation. Attitude influences an individual’s choice of action, and responses to challenges, incentives, and rewards. Attitude is a product of belief, you can not have an attitude beyond your belief. Your attitude comes from your belief system. For instance, the lion is the king because of what he believes about himself. Apart from identifying a wise person by whom or what he learns from, a wise person can also be known by his or her attitude to correction. Your attitude is more important than facts, circumstances, and what others say’s about you is more important than your past, your education and your money. Your attitude is more important than anything else you can think of. You must understand that your attitude is much deeper than just a few thoughts you might think or not think. Your attitude comes out of the core of your being. Your attitude represents your disposition, your outlook, your very character. You see, much Louder than the words you speak is your attitude that keeps telling people what you are really like.  Personally I find this truth that my attitude reveals the real me to be quit sobering. I like to say, like many others do, when I do or say something that obviously wasn’t the right thing, i didn’t mean it, where did that come from, it came from inside. When I have a negative, nasty, critical attitude that’s the real me and when you have one that’s the real you. I want you to understand that you don’t have an attitude just because you had a bad day. The reason you have a bad attitude is because you have a bad attitude inside of you, inside of your jar.

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Therefore, what you do doesn’t define you. Neither your failures nor your successes cannot capture who you are. Your identity comes from God, and He has prepared a way of life for you. Your attitude to correction matters a lot because; it can influence how others see God.

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