Something I face a lot. Whether is from myself or others.
A good read of God’s grace and building the beauty within us by depending on His strength.
Being honest with love.
"How much time have you spend worrying instead of doing something that you love?"
Or doing something that matters.
There are a lot of before and after pictures of people with plastic surgery going viral in the internet. People just gets addicted to these images. Can’t believe someone can have their appearance change so much by going under the knife.
Then again, have you notice most of these “before” images are people with sad and bored looking faces. And the “after” photos will always be them smiling and all dolled up with makeup and perfect camera lightings. I just wonder if they smile in the “before” photos, will they look prettier?
Well, I’m sure they won’t look as bad as they needed for these plastic surgery commercial.
Now flying safety instructions are never boring again :)
Recognizing beauty without exploiting and worshipping it.
Clearly this is a good marketing stunt and clearly I was so into the assignment mood to say that.
Every time you compare yourself to others, you kill a piece of who you are. We can’t be ourselves if we don’t know ourselves, and we can’t know ourselves, if all we know about who we are, is in comparison to others. We will never know the problem, BS, & stresses that others are going through, nor do we need to, what we would be better of doing with that time is exploring who we are on the inside. I know it’s hard, we see everyone around us doing awesome things, it’s been engrained into the culture to try and keep up, but really there’s nothing to keep up to, and no one to keep up with. Instead of comparing yourself with others, try connecting yourself with others. The more connections you make, the more you’ll learn about the world, and yourself. There’s a lot we can learn about ourselves through our relationships with others; they’ll bring out sides of us, we never knew existed. If you want to be happy, you have to recognize the things in your life worth appreciating. If you’re spending all your time finding that in others, instead of yourselves, then nothing but misery can come. Compare yourself to who you were yesterday, and celebrate your evolution. There’s plenty to appreciate in the direction your headed.
-by Humble the Poet
What good is there if you lose your soul? What good is there if you lose your compassion? What good is there if you lose relationships? What good is there if you lose yourself in the midst of satisfaction?
— Danny Lee Silk