Well, what do think dear?
During a given day, we think of so many things. It isn't necessarily so, that we may even be able to identify a great idea the minute we have it. Some go searching for great ideas. Others would say, ideas just occurred and because they were valued they turned out to be something worthwhile. Well, what do you think: Should we take the time to consider our thoughts and those of others? If we have the right attitude, we will become better trained at identifying good ideas. But first we need to develop the attitude of seeing thoughts as valuable.
You have these thoughts. Some you believe to be really beneficial, potentially helpful to others. What do you do? Would you keep them to yourself? A lot of people do. They are misunderstood for being incapable of thinking intelligently, or being able to contribute. They let others suppress them, or worse, they suppress themselves under a heavy load of reticence.
Being overly self-conscious can suppress even the courage one might have within. You have thoughts. You have ideas. Please, share them. Of course, you cannot share all of them and you cannot share them with anyone and everyone. But don't be stuck in hesitation out of fear.
Perhaps someone would encourage you. Perhaps your own conviction will impel you to not hold back. The joy and satisfaction you can find from expression will only be known when, you share your thoughts. If not to anyone else, are they important to you?
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