Essay on Beliefs

Submitted By soniia_z
Words: 504
Pages: 3

Being you, equality for all, hope, effort equals success, never give up, the hunger games might happen in real life, morals, education, dreams and ambitions, integrity, love, friendship, dedication, standing up for yourself, encourage others, karma.
Why am I listing these certain values and traits, you might be asking? And the answer to that is simple. All those things I listed were just a few of my beliefs. I believe that beliefs are what is right with the world.

All our beliefs are created over a lifetime; many of them come from the words of role models or maybe the constant lectures from your parents and teachers. Some may come later in life, when you’ve experienced something fabulous or disappointing. However, if you truly have faith and are a hundred percent certain of your beliefs they’ll become an unconscious pattern in your mind. These patterns will be used to make up your decisions in your life and you’ll probably have no idea. These beliefs are the steering wheel of our reality, they influence how we see the world, “is the glass half full or half empty”, who really knows? Because the answer changes because of what we think as person. Thus making our motivations and desires are different from each other. Beliefs create individuals.

Ever since I could remember, I’ve been a Buddhist. I don't want to sway too much into religion, as there are many strong beliefs associated with that topic.
But, my religion has played a major role in my life. I didn’t really know that until I began writing about it. One of the main parts in Buddhism is about treating people equally with respect and kindness and to treat others who you’d like to be treated. This has been brought into my personality, my attitude and how I see the world. This has made me the person I am today and I’m