Biggest lies in Life you blindly Believed

Biggest lies in Life

Life is full of Lies & today I am going to tell you Biggest lies in Life you blindly Believed

Lies, like fears, are what hold us back from doing great things — truly great things. So, in the abstract, it never makes sense to lie, to ourselves or others.

“If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” — Mark Twain

And yet, all of us, at some point of our lives have told lies to ourselves. “You’re not good enough.” “You aren’t the person you think you are.” And so on. These lies can end up destroying us if we let them.

We’re all taught from a young age to tell the truth for good reason. Love, friendships, business deals, any relationship is inherently based on truth. In case you doubt this, take a look around the people you know in your life right now.

Your intuition and heart will let you know if you have a positive, lasting relationship with these people. And furthermore, you will know if your relationship is based on candour, authenticity, love, warmth and kindness.

The truth lives in all of these beautiful principles and values.

Life is a constant game of playing hide and seek with the truth.

It’s just too difficult to live in a completely honest world; the world without rationalizations, white lies, and half-truths. We can’t live in that world because it would be too painful. No one would get along with each other and most wouldn’t be able to cope with their own lives.

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1) Your life is a product of your circumstances and not your decisions. This is what people tell themselves when they don’t want to accept responsibility. No one is coming to save you. Buck up, take responsibility, fix it.

2) The biggest lie is you have to know what you want out of your entire life right now. You have an entire life to figure all that out.

3) Some things last forever. “Forever” is bullshit. Nothing is forever. Accept that.

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4) Money doesn’t bring happiness. I don’t know about you, but I would be very happy to be financially stable for the rest of my life.

5) People say if you are good to them they will be good to you . That is the biggest lie I’ve ever fuc*ing heard.

6) Good things happen to good people – I’ve seen atheists, drinkers, biggest liars living life to the fullest and some real good people suffering a lot.

7) When She says – She loves you

Let’s talk about the lies we tell ourselves – Biggest lies in Life

1. I need “x” to feel “y”

It’s hard to believe you already have everything you need to be happy. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking the next accomplishment or milestone will make you feel better. It doesn’t.

I thought when I will create my dream site (i.e I’ll be happy in a day & I’d be content forever because I finally crossed it off my bucket list. The euphoria lasted a solid hour. 

Then, I started worrying about why this site is not getting enough views?

Is my content not read worthy?

The more I succeed the less full I feel, which is why I constantly remind myself that who I am right now and what I do in this moment is all I can hold onto.

When I create from a source of joy instead of neediness, my work does well. Each and every single time I push to make my work “popular” it fails.

When I remember I write here on Hatemag because I love to write, I just write. It doesn’t matter what happens after that, I get views or not, people like it or not?

When it comes to your life, you’re probably thinking it needs to be fixed. You think something outside of you needs to happen to make you feel a certain way. Even if it does happen that way, the change still happened inside of you.

2. I can’t overcome my past mistakes

We obsess far too much over the past. The past is there — and we have a memory — to be able to look back, take the lessons with us, extract the positive and keep taking that to move us forward to the present and future. Furthermore, dismiss this notion that you cannot improve your performance. Isn’t this exactly what this lie is about? Do you mean to tell me you won’t get better?


What’s done is done. You can overcome anything in life. You need to believe in yourself. You need a great support system. And you need the discipline to focus all of your energy on what you’re doing in this present moment. Mistakes? Yes, we’ve all made a few. And they make us stronger, better, wiser and more resolute — they don’t leave us stuck.

You can always overcome your biggest mistakes. And the best part is, you just have to start believing that this is possible. Start with faith. Then start building again. And keep going.

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3. Be with someone who makes you happy

One of the biggest Lies that we’re told “be with someone who makes you happy

Happiness is something you create by yourself – it’s your responsibility – so be with someone who adds to it.

4. That person succeeded, but they did it with luck

Luck exists but it’s not often what people ascribe things to or what we think. We create our own luck. From Psychologist Richard Wiseman:

“Unlucky people are generally more tense than lucky people and this anxiety disrupts their ability to notice the unexpected. As a result, they miss opportunities because they are too focused on looking for something else. Lucky people, on the other hand, are more relaxed and open, which means they see what is there.”

Merriam-Webster defines “Luck” as a force that brings good fortune or adversity. The events, opportunities or circumstances that operate for or against an individual.

I believe luck is born from opportunity and through the extended arm of others. We make so much of our own luck. Luck exists. And the harder we work, the more we dream, the more passionate we are about what we’re doing, the luckier we become.

5. I won’t start a business because so many businesses fail

While many businesses do fail, you’re already entering with the wrong mindset. If you enter into any situation in life with a pessimistic mindset that lacks confidence, you’ve already lost. Not just halfway — all the way. You have to believe that you’re going to succeed. You also have to do your research. Research the market. Research your product or offer.

6. Stay Positive Always

I JUST NEED TO STAY POSITIVE. ”What is toxic positivity? The idea that focusing on only positivity and “good vibes” and ignoring or pushing away difficult emotions will make us happier. Toxic positivity can look like:

Telling yourself or others to “get over it” or to “focus on the positive”

Saying “people have it worse”, or “just think on the bright side”The truth is, pushing “good vibes only” leads to denial and the suppression of emotions. We aren’t meant to be happy or positive all the time, and there is a time and a place when forcing positivity or “faking it until you make it” is appropriate. Sometimes it is helpful to be reminded of a positive outlook, but make sure that you’re creating time and a safe space to be vulnerable by allowing yourself to feel whatever difficult emotions you are feeling.

Remember, ALL feelings are okay! We have time to be upset, angry, or to cry and not allowing our feelings to be felt and acknowledged is harmful to us and our truth. Try not to judge yourself for expressing what you might believe as negative emotions.

As stated by Paulo Coelho in his book ‘The Alchemist’

“What is the world’s greatest lie?” the little boy asks.
The old man replies, “It’s this: that at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what’s happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. That’s the world’s greatest lie.”

When bad things happen to us, we don’t push ourselves to improve the condition. Instead, we complain and believe that the problem is impenetrable.


If we try, we can do the impossible!

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