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As a parent, there is always a choice between protecting your children and not letting them face and confront problems, and allowing them to step into the fire and confront the problem.

There is a story that is causing you or your children to feel a certain way. Identify that story.

As human beings we guilt ourselves. A lot.

It’s one thing to tell your children what will happen, but it’s another, more powerful, thing to let them discover it on their own.

Humans are storytellers. That’s what we do: we make up stories.

Ask yourself or your children: is the story true? What is really going to happen?

Perspective creates possibilities.

You make up stories that make you feel specific things.

Confront your stories. You got this.

Challenge your stories, and don’t give your children the easy way out.

It is NEVER as bad as you make it out to be.

Ask yourself:

*What stories are your go-to stories?

*Do you cover for your children and let them be weak?

The stories you tell yourself are not really true. If you can confront them, you will begin to live a powerful life.

This is the Prosperity Revolution, a daily podcast that will help you revolutionize your personal world which will allow you to then change your outer world.

Share this with others.

Stop being a victim.

Take your life back.

The Revolution Has Begun.

Love you,

Setema Gali – The Reverend of the Revolution

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