Ifs And Whens By Dean A. Banks, D.d.

If this, then that…when this happens, then I will be a certain way. Until you become a certain way FIRST, things won’t happen the way you think they will!

Following are eleven ifs and whens you might want to consider when taking an honest look at yourself:

  1. If you think that what you say and do is more important than what others say and do, then you have an ego problem of self-centeredness.
  2. If you think that what others say and do is more important than what you say and do, then you have an ego problem of low personal value.
  3. If you think what you feel and believe is more important than what others feel and believe, then you have an ego problem of selfishness.
  4. If you think what others feel and
    believe is more important than what you feel and believe, then you have an ego problem of low self esteem.
  5. Feeling worthy within comes from recognizing the Divine within you and allowing it to flow Divine love through you into the lives of others no matter what anyone else says or does. We are children of the Most High and we are perfect creations. God does NOT make mistakes; but all of us do until we allow Divine love to flow through us.
  6. When you think only of your needs, wants, desires and expectations, you are cutting yourself off from the privilege of sharing Divine love with all.
  7. When you think and feel that your life is more important than any other life, you do NOT know the Spirit of God within.
  8. When you think and feel that the lives of others are more important than your life, you are NOT allowing the Spirit of God within to

    guide you to your Divine purpose unfolding in Divine order.
  9. When you tell others that you care when in fact you don’t, you are planting seeds of rejection that will grow into trees that are rooted in your own self-destruction
  10. When you argue for the sake of argument, you are denying the truth of what you know in favor of the process of your own ego gratification.
  11. When you allow others to treat you in a fashion that they themselves would not like to be treated, you are feeding the reflection of their energy with an endorsement of their aberrance. When you tell them to that you no longer want them to be in your space you are freeing yourself from reflecting their aberrance and allowing those who respect you to come into your life. Don’t allow others who feel that they are a priority to influence your inner state of peace. It is their problem and they will keep encountering it until they learn to deal with it. If you don’t remove them from your life then their problems will become yours. Why would you allow the aberrance of others to affect your peace in the first place? ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)


Article Written By SpiritualityGuide

Dean created the Spirituality Guidance Internet TV Channel to provide access to current Spiritual leaders online. He released his third book in 2011 entitled “Spiritual Growth: Articles Of Expectation”. Dean produces multimedia marketing and advertising campaigns, audio and video productions and is the webmaster for his company, banksnet.com.

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