You’ll never know, unless you try

‘I don’t know’ used to be my favourite word. It Et 15 (2)freed me from a lot of embarrassments, responsibilities and expectations.

It is true that practice makes perfect, and no one was born an expert therefore, every expert practiced. I figured that to get to your destination, you’ll have to eliminate the phrase ‘I don’t know’. Say things like ‘I’ll find out’, ‘I’ll try’, ‘I can’, or any word that has to do with getting to know, because then you’ll begin to create a habit of wanting to know.

Knowing things changes your mentality, your abilities and capacity, because now you’ll always want to know what you can do; you know, you’ll never know, until you try.

Phil 4:13 says: I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

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