June 8, 1982 |

What you believe may not be truth. It may be somebody’s truth and may not be your truth. It may be circumstantial truth and environmental truth and passionate truth and whatever.

Self-confidence means that you do exactly what is expected of your grace—not what is expected of you. I have to experience what I know, and if I experience what I know, I can share it with you with confidence. When I can share with confidence because I have experience, then I can talk to you in my grace.

Read: "Yogi Bhajan Lecture: Confidence, Commitment and Courage"

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