Affirmation updated

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After having posted Affirmations, a friend and I had an interesting conversation about what could be added to make it a more substantial affirmation, I would like to thank you, Anuih Providence, for your insightful input and making me do a reassessment of what I thought was complete.

Therefore, I am adding this as an update, as it adds more, to what I believed to be a full affirmation.

I felt it appropriate to make this an update rather than a completely new topic,(even if only CAN DO were followed, it would make a big difference).

The conversation we had made me realize, that they were  right, something still was missing.

This now changes what was CAN DO to CANDOR  and I shall quote an online dictionary here also,


Noun: The quality of being open and honest in expression; frankness.
Synonyms: Candour – frankness- sincerity- candidness – openness.
So it would now follow these principles.

Affirmation…    CANDOR…….     Represents

1. Compassion

2. Acceptance

3. Non Combative

4. Decisive (Based upon the first three principles)

5. Ownership (of one’s actions, based upon the other four principles)

6. Reintegration (taking into account all previous principles) why this particular word?


Noun: Restoration to a unified state.

Psychiatry: The process of returning the mind to an integrated state after it has been deranged by psychosis.


I do not say this is to be exclusively, external, as within so without etc. If we could find these attributes within our own being, it would stand to reason; the butterfly affect would come into play. I think, the one important thing to have, is love of self, if you have this, you will find the “candor” principles, will follow a natural progression within one’s self. So in essence, this not only teaches you to live this but also to find it within and maybe that butterfly will touch others.

I would also like to add to this, in that if companies and people in places of power worked on these principles, the world would be a far different place.









~ by white owl on December 18, 2012.

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