Daily Dose of Encouragement

Today I want you to know that…

Think about what could happen to you if you totally lost sight of your inner beauty, your worth, your potential, and your inherent right to be loved and respected? How chilling to consider the fate that might befall you if your life, and the people in it, began to conform to those expectations.

You must be your own hero. The world is hard enough without you tearing yourself down, beating yourself up for your failures, and punishing yourself. When you stop believing in yourself and your worth as a person, your abilities, and that you deserve to be treated well all is lost. No one else is going to be your champion — because no one can.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. sicetnon3 says:

    From my perspective, the “loss” of those things mentioned indicates this post emanates from fear. There is nothing to lose, because those things do not belong to “you”, they belong to life itself.


    1. GS says:

      Most welcome


  2. Tzvi Fievel says:

    Inspiring words,
    much needed in today’s society of cancel culture, condemnation, and devaluing of self and other.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Absolutely. We are all different . Equality begins when we open up and embrace all our differences.


  3. Well written! We should all be ourselves, yet people need to realize within differences there can still be unity. Within differences people can still be friends, still maintain enough respect for one another without hostility, to try and understand and with growth overcome.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      I agree, Sara. Diversity of thought is often considered important to a successful community. People who bring different perspectives might see threats and opportunities that others may miss. This chemistry of human interaction is now seen as critical component of innovation.

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