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    Being Arrogant Really Comes from Fear

Being Arrogant Really Comes from Fear

From definition of being arrogant in the British Dictionary:

1. having or showing an exaggerated opinion of one’s own importance,merit, ability, etc;
2. conceited;
3. overbearingly proud.

So let’s look at these terms.  I bring them up because during my journey and growth, I have had to deal with my own high level of arrogance, which has really gotten in the way of me reconnecting with the true Love of who I am.  Why is this? Based on the concept that no 2 things can occupy the same space at the same time, in each and every moment, you are either being Love or Anger/Fear.   Love creates abundance and Fear creates loss/lack and illness.

So that being said, when I am being arrogant, I am truly being in anger/fear because of the following:

1) In having an exaggerated opinion of my own importance, I am not being in the love of all things.  I am in separation instead of oneness.  In oneness, which can only be entered when one is being Love, everyone is important and everyone has the same level of importance…. no one is more important than the other.  Oneness sees there is a different role that everyone plays, however each role has its purpose.  Oneness doesn’t place its own role as being any more special because to do so would be to also dishonor a part of itself as well…. and Oneness honors all (form or on this topic see the self improvement material at

So I believe, arrogance is the other side of the coin of having a low esteem of self.  Arrogance is a means of covering up any misguided perceptions of one’s own worth, for whatever reason.  Sometimes, it can be from someone not feeling deserving of love, they believe they are less than […]

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