Others will go out of their ways to see you fail. Never despair,
instead prove them wrong. MOVE forward and win your battles in life.
Never give others the satisfaction and joy of seeing you fail. Awaken
the lion in you and fight for what is right and do the things you
believe in. Keep roaring!
Put a smile on your face and stand and fight for what you believe in.
Don’t mind others who find satisfaction if you fail. Prove them
Comparison is a slow killer of our self-esteem and contentment.
Comparing yourself to others is a foolish behavior that will bring you
to discouragement and self-pity.
Let’s face it – we are all different in so many ways.
Everyone also wants or wishes to have what other people own. There’s
no end to this delusion that people hope to be better off than others.
Stop coping up with the JONESES to avoid disappointments.
We are all unique and precious as we are!
That very moment on when after months of saying “ I LOVE YOU”,
realization came with a rush that you love that special someone even
more than words. But what about time, space and distance in between
your being? Does it really matter? Only time can tell. Only in real
time but as of the moment, let love fly the distance.
“I am worthy of forgiveness. I accept the forgiveness of others and I
I can do it. I will do it. Yes, I did it!!!!! A pat on my shoulder
for doing great.
You are your own magic. Embrace it.
There is no written guarantee for tomorrow so never pass a chance to
say “ I LOVE YOU” to your special someone before any regrets.
All that can’t be changed are “memories”, the rest will just be lost
or soon disappear.
That moment you called your special someone and said “ I LOVE YOU”
three times only to hear a deafening silence. Hoping against hope
that those three precious words echoes back but in vain. What a
feeling of despair with wounded ego.
Life is better when you are happy. But life is at its best when
others are happy because of you.
Be faithful in touching others’ heart. Be an inspiration.
Whatever our hands touch, we leave fingerprints. As we touch others’
lives we leave our identity.
Author: Margie Gellor is a Writer, Public Speaker and Budding Photographer, she can be reached