6. No one is coming to save you.
Programming tells humans that there is someone out there who will complete them. This is false.
There is no person, place or thing outside of yourself that will save you or fix you or improve you.
By telling ourselves that someone or something outside of ourselves will make us happy or confident or lovable we give all our power away to the external. The external, meanwhile, is created by our internal. We end up creating a reality of waiting to feel something from our external that can only be created by our internal.
The only person, place or thing that can “make” you feel happy or confident or lovable is YOU.
Knowing this will save you so much wasted energy.
I think Naval put it best when he said:
“The reality is life is a single-player game. You’re born alone. You’re going to die alone. All of your interpretations are alone. All your memories are alone. You’re gone in three generations and nobody cares. Before you showed up, nobody cared. It’s all single-player.”
No one is coming to save you.