As much as you believe in miracles, as much as you believe in G-d, this is how much you believe in yourself. Because you always identify with G-d, right?
When G-d told us “I am the Lord your G-d” it was said in the singular, not in the plural, because no one can teach me about G-d. I can read books about anything in the world; someone can teach these things to me. But when it comes to this one thing, knowing that there is one G-d, it is just me and G-d. It is just G-d and me.
Something very holy is going on between you and G-d.
Every young person in the world could change the whole world, but you need the courage to do it.
Our holy rabbis teach us that you need one person to believe in you.
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach