Never say, “This is too good to be true.” Your intuition may tell you it is false or based on lies. But nothing is too good to be true.
We should not train any level of our being to accept that anything is too good to be true. I once arrived at a conference in Miami bone tired to find my room was not ready. I went to some activities and checked back twice and still, no room. Late that night, the desk clerk finally said, “We are doing something very nice for you Ms. Gaines. You are going to be pleasantly surprised.” Sure, I thought. I was thinking: That sounds too good to be true. But really: They gave me their presidential suite, a beautifully furnished penthouse apartment with a wrap around balcony and an ocean and bay view! (And I only paid for a small room with a queen bed.) It was my reminder: When someone tells you they have something good for you, you don’t have to take it, but don’t negate possibilities with your thoughts.
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