self-trust

self-trust

(sĕlf′trŭst′)
n.
Self-confidence.
References in classic literature ?
The other terror that scares us from self-trust is our consistency; a reverence for our past act or word because the eyes of others have no other data for computing our orbit than our past acts, and we are loath to disappoint them.
The magnetism which all original action exerts is explained when we inquire the reason of self-trust. Who is the Trustee?
That need makes in morals the capital virtue of self-trust. We must hold hard to this poverty, however scandalous, and by more vigorous self-recoveries, after the sallies of action, possess our axis more firmly.
Felicitating youth on the day, VC Dr Burfat said they constituted 64 per cent population of Pakistan, adding that the given majority needed to forge their way ahead with absolute confidence and self-trust.
Burfat felicitating youth for the momentous day, said that youth constituted 64 percent of the population of Pakistan; adding that the given majority population pocket needed to forge their way ahead with absolute confidence and self-trust.
Burfat felicitating youth for the momentous day, said that youth constituted 64 percent of the population of Pakistan; adding that the given majority population pocket needed to forge their way ahead with absolute confidence and self-trust. '35 thousand SU students is a massive energy and resource brigade, poised to serve Pakistan to the best of their ability and strength', Dr.
Fateh Muhammad Burfat who chaired the ceremony said that youth constituted 64 percent of the population of the country adding that the given majority population pocket needed to forge their way ahead with absolute confidence and self-trust.
We can, then, follow the path from the establishment of basic trust, to feelings of autonomy and self-trust, to the ability to form an 'identity', a sense of 'being' as competent and worthy, to the creation of intimate and caring relationships and, finally, to a sense of wisdom and integrity.
Playing small may temporarily quiet the fears of the ego, but it fails to give us the sense of pride and accomplishment that fosters self-trust.
Reduced Personal Accomplishment (PA) is when the individual loses trust in own abilities and becomes a victim of self-doubt, his/her level of self-trust decreases to such a level that results in loss of completion of tasks (Maslach et al., 2001).
The root of the problem, as Sasha Stephens explains in her book The Effortless Sleep Method, is that any external crutch on which you lean -- not just pills, but herbal remedies and elaborate bedtime rituals, too -- risks further eroding your trust in your ability to fall asleep on your own, and it's that lack of self-trust that is insomnia's main cause.
First and foremost, it seems to me that Jesus is calling us to 'give up' our hearts to God by turning from self-trust to childlike trust.