“Establishing your word as law is important. The mind is used to getting away with a lot of promises it never intends to keep. You tell yourself you’ll do this and that, and then you don’t. You promise to pay your friend on Saturday and then you forget, or you deliberately duck out of your obligation.
It’s important to establish your word as law unto yourself and others, because that in itself becomes an affirmation of your ever developing authority over the ego. If you say to yourself that you will do something, do it. Don’t make promises you won’t keep, and don’t make promises to others if you can’t or won’t follow through. Become immaculate. Be honorable. A life without honor is not worth having.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
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