Be A King: Act Like One and You Will Be Treated Like A King

These are my 25 thoughts on being a King.

Some of them are inspired thoughts that came to me as a result of reading:

a. The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

b. Wild at Heart by John Eldredge

Both of these books are great reading and I highly recommend both (if you have not already read them).

If the following pointers spark your intellect, then do not hesitate in starting a conversation below. I would love to hear your thoughts. Enjoy, hope it helps.

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Be A King

Act as if you already possess what you want. It will surprise others and they’ll think that you have come a long way and “It’s in your destiny.”

 

Never be angry. Anger is a sign of insecurity. Practice calmness and self-assurance.

 

Never be arrogant. Arrogance and being confident are two opposite poles.

 

While you are a self-confident king, remember that you still RESPECT others with dignity.

 

Share people’s goals and values, but never their generality or appearance.

 

Be tolerant and accepting all, no matter what the circumstances may be. You’ll win many hearts.

 

How you carry yourself reflects what you think of yourself. And, this is how people will read you too.

 

It is within your own power to set your own price. Set the highest price.

 

Be overcome by your own self-belief. If you act like a king you are likely to be treated as one.

 

Always act differently from the mass, with a sense of nobility and dignity, no matter what the circumstances may be.

 

Our limitations are actually self-imposed. If you believe you are destined for great things, your charm will radiate outward. Others around will then only notice it and in turn, will amplify and magnify your charm.

 

Your high-expectation and super-confidence is your charm.

 

People feel comfortable in the company of bold and confident people. Be bold. 

 

If you devalue your own self-worth, it might appear amusing at first but then becomes irritating soon to the public. People want to become powerful. If you appear weak you break their hope instead of helping them build their own.

 

If you are big (larger than life), then people expect you to be a bit of showman, to have some unique, creative and confident presence.

 

Come to hold yourself in awe, never losing your self-respect and you’ll have a great destiny. Never show doubt.

 

Always keep a dignified pose (even when attacked publicly or in private), as if completely unaffected. This will elevate your image. Behave as if you have all the time in the world to respond. Being unafraid of time (being extremely patient) makes you extremely powerful.

 

Always make a bold demand. By choosing a great goal in life you create an appearance of greatness.

 

Ask for more and you send a signal that you are worth a king’s ransom. Even those who turn you down respect you for your confidence and that respect will eventually pay off in ways you cannot imagine.

 

Speak less than necessary. Never advice others unless asked. Stop when asked or given hint in simple talking or amusing discussion. Never argue or debate. A king knows who he is and never argues to win others to his side.

 

If you create a mess, don’t try to fix it. If you try to fix it, you’ll only create a bigger mess. There is no mess in this Universe, only purpose and learning. Learn from the Universe. Let the Universe and time take care of your fault. All you carry from an error is a piece of learning and self-improvement. But don’t repeat or create the same mistake again.

 

Respond to all situations (related to people): by love, acceptance, gratitude, friendliness, and non-judgment. Know that, everyone wants to be loved. They all have been intolerated somewhere, judged and not-understood mostly.  If you love them they will open up. Accept them, relate to them and do not judge them.

 

Give people the hope of justice but what actually they desire most is the love. Give them the hope of love and whatever they want if they show patience. Guide them to create something valuable for the reasons they wish must appear. It will not only give them time but it will heal them. Distract them from their problems and you will eventually increase their self-worth and self-confidence.

 

To be a King, you need to rescue a Queen. Just as a queen has some choice and power over her destiny, you too have an innate power to demonstrate. Pursue the queen. Don’t fall for others on the way.

 

A king has a noble battle to fight and an adventure to live. Start loving the journey. A journey full of struggle is far more beautiful than a safe and boring home. Make the journey your school; the encounters your teachers. After you have hit your goals and have rescued the queen, you should settle for a home but only for a little while. Get the queen with you on your next adventure.

 

What belongs to you will eventually come to you, in its own time. There is no hurry. What you want to truly achieve is where you got to put the focus, time, and energy. Once clear about your goals and directions, begin the work! Expect results. But if unrewarded, don’t feel betrayed. The Universe has plans to pay you back.

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What do you think? Do you want to add your own thoughts to this list? Until then, stay safe. See you next time.

Alas! Not Blessed Are Those (The 12 Truths Revisited)

Not Blessed Are Those

Alas! Not blessed are the cowards, for they shall miss everything honorable in life.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the gossipers, for they shall never hear anything more than rumors.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the slumbering ones, for they shall miss the purpose of life.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the lovers of money, for they shall have too much stress and anxiety.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the fundamentalists, for they shall never experience true freedom.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the war-makers, for they shall only wound themselves, and deeply.

 

Alas! Not blessed are sexually loose, for they shall never receive the joy of true love.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the liars, for they shall be the biggest fools.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the snobs, for they shall be laughed upon, hated, and scorned.

 

Alas! Not blessed are the greedy ones, for they shall not have any true friend.

 

Alas! Not blessed are those who show-off, for they do not know their own true self.

 

Alas! Not blessed are those who have never suffered, for they don’t possess the will to life.

The 8 Beatitudes

I consider the above 12 truths as the silver rules when contrasted with the eight beatitudes (as preached by Jesus in his Sermon on the Mount.)

Matthew 5:3–10
³Blessed are the poor in spirit,
    for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
⁴Blessed are those who mourn,
    for they will be comforted.
⁵Blessed are the meek,
    for they will inherit the earth.
⁶Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
    for they will be filled.
⁷Blessed are the merciful,
    for they will be shown mercy.
⁸Blessed are pure in heart,
    for they will see God.
⁹Blessed are the peacemakers,
    for they will be called children of God.
¹⁰Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness,
    for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

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