I’m standing in front of the mirror, observing and sensing myself. Forcing this situation that is difficult for me in every other way. I quietly observe the reflected image and recognise myself. Every human being contains a mix of the same and different things, but each time it is unique and unrepeatable. That is who you are and who I am.
I’m willing to go to the depths of my being, to be honest with myself, and to give myself all of the love I often forget to give myself. I always hope that others will give me this love instead, but it never happens, because it doesn’t work that way. Because, as Oscar Wilde famously stated, “the best love story is the one you have with yourself.”
That’s why I sought out this alone time with myself to say everything I’d never said before. I’m in love with myself. It sounds strange and indescribable, but bear with me as I continue. Perhaps it’s the unfamiliarity, and I simply need to be more enthusiastic. I’m in love with myself! I adore myself because I am a one-of-a-kind and unrepeatable individual. There is no one like me, and there is no one like you. We may share some characteristics, but no two people are alike.
I love myself, just as much as I love everything that comes out of me and everything that I keep within. Though I do it unconsciously at times.
I accept myself as I am, with my flaws and virtues, my potential and those that I am still working on.
I’m in love with myself. So it’s implied that I adore my entire body, exactly as it is and for everything it can do. What I see, hear, feel, taste, or smell.
I also adore my mind and all of the ideas and emotions it generates. They could be anything.
I love and accept myself so that I can get to know myself in the most genuine and subtle way possible. So I can look for solutions to each of my problems with hope and bravery, if that is even possible. And if it isn’t, I accept the infinite possibilities that life has to offer.
I’ve learned to see crises and problems as opportunities rather than setbacks by loving myself. I observe what happens around me, what I think and feel, and I learn the lessons it contains while holding myself accountable.
I love myself, so I know I have all of the resources and tools I need to survive within me. I just need to find them beyond my barriers. And if I can’t find them, I’ll make them up.
I adore myself and my feelings. I enjoy the feelings of joy, guilt, sadness, and fear. I enjoy all of my emotions because I know that each one is teaching me something that will help me continue to learn about myself, work on myself, and live my life.
I’m in love with myself. Not just myself, but all of my hopes, dreams, illusions, and challenges. I’m aware that they all contribute to who I am. My accomplishments and failures. Perhaps there was no other way for me to do it because of my circumstances, but I can always look for alternatives if the situation calls for it.
I love myself, which is why I don’t compare myself because it’s harmful to me. Comparing people or situations is pointless because I haven’t experienced what you have, and you haven’t experienced what I have. That is why the circumstances differ. Everyone lives them through their own experiences.
I’m in love with myself. I’m aware that there are still aspects of myself that I don’t understand. But I’m eager to learn about them and build on them.
I unconditionally love myself in the most genuine and genuine way possible. That is why I take care of myself, forgive myself, and allow myself to enjoy my life.
I love myself because it allows me to love you, him, her, and everyone else…
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Thank you Kinjal.
This was powerful and needed.
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Glad you liked the post Nicole