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April 1st, 2018 4:33am
Faithfulness asks for a willingness to trust. If you have a specific religion that you love and that you feel is healthy for you, you can start by trusting in yourself that you know you enjoy your religion. You can then begin to set goals for yourself regarding your religion. For example, do you want to learn more about your religion? Do you want to read specific texts of your religion? Do you want to start attending religious services? Do you want to help out more in your religious community? After you come up with some broad goals, you can then begin focusing on achieving them while being mindful of the time that you have to dedicate. This can help you build faithfulness.
Being faithful is when you strongly believe a way of thinking and living. If there exists doubts or confusion then one need to go to its core, understand the cause of the doubt, critically analyse the elements and then you would be more clearer on the matter. Being faithful also depends upon how close or connected you feel with the substance. And the different experiences you come across in the process. Don't dwell on borrowed opinions. You have the power to choose what you believe in. Perceive its significance in your life, have trust in yourself, establish the connection, release yourself from the clutches of fear and insecurity and don't forget to be aware of you, your thoughts, actions and surroundings.