Mohahammad Ali: The Greatest

Barbara Altman, the author of hope, has written two books: “Hope Shines Eternal: My Journey Through Mental Illness” and Passages of Hope, 52 Real Life Stories that Will Inspire and Encourage You.” Both can be purchased on Amazon, Kindle, and on WWW. AuthorofHope.comhe Greatest:

The late great boxer, Mohammed Ali had no loss of self esteem. The constantly claimed himself to be the greatest. His mindset was one of determination, self will, direction, and an I can do attitude. This sounds like hubris to me. I would be uncomfortable touting my abilities with such a high powered statement. Mohammed Ali became the greatest because he constantly said and believed in his abilities. We become what we think. We manifest what we say. And we live in accordance with the concept we have of self. Dear readers, pronounce your abilities on a daily basis. Believe in yourself. Tell yourself that God created you to be the greatest when it comes to manifesting the gifts He gave you. We were born to be winners. We were born to succeed. And we were born to have hope.

Make a list of at least five attributes that describe you as the greatest.

I do issue a word of caution, however. Be sure to balance the concept of greatest with the reality that all of us have gifts that come from God. That is why we are
the greatest.

Author Jack Canfield had a vision of becoming a writer and a teacher when he was a young man. He saw what he wanted. He worked for what he wanted. And he achieved what he wanted.

Cellist Pablo Cassals worked at his craft well into his nineties. He saw what he wanted. He worked for what he wanted. And he achieved what he wanted.

Maya Angelou recognized her God given capabilities. She knew that she had a gift to give. She saw her vision for herself. And she reached the goals she set out to achieve.

Ali, Canfield, Cassals, and Angelou all had hope for their lives. The all pursued their goals. And they knew they could do it.

 

 

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