A child once asked her teacher.. “Ma’am, why is the pronoun “I” always capitalized when we write it?”
The teacher smiled and said, “Cause it’s a way of giving respect to yourself, by capitalizing it, you’re emphasizing your worth and uniqueness.”
Stop being unhappy with yourself. Stop trying to get attention from those who hurt you. Love yourself, personality, looks, etc love them because without those things, you wouldn’t be you.
Be confident with who you are. SMILE. It will draw people in. Your happiness should not depend on others anymore.
Repeat after me: “I’m happy because I love who I am. I love my flaws. I love my imperfections because they make me me. and “me” is pretty amazing.”
Have compassion for yourself and for where you’re at. Remember that you are a truly lovable person — and that you deserve only kind treatment, especially from yourself.
If today was my last day on earth I would write an individual letter to everyone who influenced my life.
In that letter I will express my thoughts about them and how they influence me. Then I would pour out all of my secrets to people who I know will keep them forever. I would tell everyone that I loved how much I love them and why I love them.
I would celebrate my life’s accomplishments and go overboard with gifts and fun events. Memories live on.
If you are quick to take offense, then you’ll be under the control of those who you find offensive. If you are easily angered, then your actions will be dictated by those who anger you. If you are obsessed by what other people think, then you will be imprisoned by their thoughts. If you yearn for easy answers and quick solutions, you’ll fall prey to people who offer you nothing but promises. If you find the truth too difficult to bear, you’ll be enslaved to those who tell you what you want to hear. When you have the courage to think for yourself, the strength to accept what is, the commitment and discipline to make a difference, then you are free.
You are truly free to live with purpose, joy and fulfillment. Let your life be defined, not by reactions to what others do, say, or think but rather your own unique vision. Raise your eyes above the pettiness and follow the path of the greatness that is within you. – Author Unknown
Boundaries; emotional, physical and mental comfort zones – We have all created these self-imposed boundaries in our lives which we live our lives by them. We cling to what we believe is true and continue to walk the same path that looks and feels familiar.
We remain in our comfort zones and live with our self-imposed boundaries and when we encounter a new exit or a new turn in the road – like a new opportunity – we will obviously not notice it, and if we do, we will tend to ignore it and continue with the road which we are most comfortable on. We say we want to be successful yet we forget that one of the main reasons why most of the successful people in the world achieved extraordinary success is because they were able to think differently, take risks and move out of their comfort zones.