Has anyone told you lately that you are beautiful? Have you looked in the mirror and told yourself, you are beautiful? Never let no man or woman define your beauty for you. No one will ever see things exactly the way that you do. Beauty means more than appearances. Make-up, hair extensions, expensive clothing & accessories can make anyone “beautiful”, but what about the inside? What’s in your heart? Are you the loving, caring, sweet & generous type of human being? Or are you this hateful, deceitful, angry & cold-hearted person that’s cruel to others?
Usually the person who is cruel or bullying other people are not necessary happy with their life so they tend to make others miserable. If you are happy with things in your life, why would you strive to make someone else’s life a living hell? It’s all a cover up to hide the truth with what’s going on in your own life. Bringing down someone elses joy and happiness makes them feel “refresh” just to know that someone else is miserable like they are.
Have you ever wonder why a person cause unnecessary drama by gossiping and making up rumors about others? They also have a lot of issues that they do not want to focus on in their own life. They do not want others to know that they are going through things at home. It’s almost like they want to appear “perfect” in the world’s eye. No one on this Earth is perfect. We have all made mistakes and will continue to make mistakes throughout our lifetime. The most important factor of making a mistake is learning from your mistakes and not constantly making the same mistake over and over again. If you were put in a situation where you learned your lesson, understand it and move on from it. Don’t continue to make the exact same mistake and expect the same result each time. Eventually that lesson won’t be a “valuable lesson”. That lesson will become a hurtful & heartbreaking lesson that you will have to live with forever.
Most of the time a person puts up with “mistakes” and constantly makes it over and over again because they do not really love themselves completely. They do not full that they are all the way “beautiful”. Somewhere there is a lack of self-esteem. “I’m not pretty enough…I’m too dark…I’m too light…I’m too fat…I’m too skinny…my hair too short…I drive a hooptie…I ride the bus….my clothes aren’t designer…” and etc. Those are all just a bunch of excuses. What you see in the mirror matters so much more than what others say and what social media display. No one can ever bring you down or make you feel low as long as you have faith in higher power and believe in yourself. “If you want to soar in life, you must first learn to F.L.Y. (First Love Yourself). – (Mark Sterling)