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Here's my theory.
"The greatest enemy you would ever face would be yourself"
Could y'all agree with me, or is it something else?

You doubt yourself and prevent yourself from doing stuff. You create your feelings of negativity, nobody is forcing you.

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Your self can be a greatest enemy, but only if you don't see yourself the way God intended you to be: "very good". Otherwise, others who have a distorted view of them self and thus of you can certainly be your worst enemy. If you dont believe in God and that He create a very good person then oh well, your on your own.

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Hi, dkloven! Hope your enjoying your evening :)
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Hey there, I am enjoying this evening and am down for the night. Thanks for your little visit. God's favor on you ;)
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True. The worst enemy is inside your mind, tearing you apart. Well put

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Truth

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"Make friends with your shadow" A book by William A Miller comes to mind. You're on to something.. Continue the quest.

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Thanks. I'll read this book as soon as I get my hands on it.
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Another goodie is "The Road Less Traveled" by M. Scott Peck. Both can be rented from your local library and the price is right.
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Wow both books sound great! Thanks
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You can do the most damage to yourself...100 pct agree

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Hazel. You are right. Your theory is actually a universal truth that is as old as man. We are our own worst enemy. Most people prefer to blame someone else for their problems. Whenever I got in trouble, my dad always told me, "look in the mirror".

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