I’ve a couple of motivational and inspiring quotes for you to apply in your daily life. And here it goes:
Today’s mission: To be busy living life that I have no time for drama, regret, hate, worry or fear.
– Karen Salmansohn
Give everyday the chance to become the most beautiful day of your life.
– Mark Twain
Into each day, put in about one teaspoon of good spirits, a dash of fun, a pinch of folly, a sprinkling of play and a helping cupful of good humour.
If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it.
– Harvey Mackay
Today is the first chapter, page 1 of 365. Choose your topic.
You only have one precious life. Make good use of it and in turn, it will give you an everlasting happiness.
Smile because you’re alive today.
Face and live life with C-O-U-R-A-G-E.
What is life? It is a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.
I like nonsense. It wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living. It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do. And it enables you to laugh at life’s realities.
– Dr Seuss.
Do you have your own quote(s)? If yes, please hit the comment button and put in your quote(s) to inspire others.
Most of the time, we are judged by millions of people, whether in a supermarket or on the streets.
Do you like being judged? Well, I don’t. No one likes to be judged.
Let’s have some straight talk here. LOOKS HAS NEVER MADE A PERSON PERFECT AND WILL NEVER EVER MAKE A PERSON PERFECT.
It is what you are inside that makes you perfect.
I only started accepting myself when I fell ill. That was when I took my life seriously and started doing the things I love. Good things of course. Like for an example, read a book or talk to friends, watch movies and spend time with my family or do my artsy stuff and of course not forgetting – improving my writing skills. Overtime, I learnt to accept and love myself more than anyone else. When I started going through this journey, I start to understand that there are more to life than just admiring other people and wanting to be like them. I made my imperfections, perfect by doing what I love.
So let me guide you step by step:
Right now, start accepting yourself and rejoice in it & the world will be at your feet. Let me be honest here. There is no perfect person in this world.
We are all imperfect but guess what! Our imperfection makes us perfect. You must be thinking HOW right? Well, we start to work on our imperfections to be perfect in what we do. When you accept yourself the way you are, you glow on the inside and you lit yourself with a bright light on the outside.
Each time when you are faced with difficult challenges or people (trust me, people are scarier than GHOSTS), inhale for 3 seconds and exhale. Face all those challenges in your life with a dashing smile and tell yourself that you are gonna tackle it with perfection (that’s what I did).
You are what you are inside. Try to learn to love yourself like how you would love something close to you.
Don’t wait! Start today! Smile, stand tall, be proud of who you are and face the world. No one can bring your self-esteem down! I mean NO ONE unless you allow other people opinion affect you.
I AM PERFECT! SO ARE YOU!
So are you really perfect? The answer lies in you.
A story on my volunteer journey (Part 3) – A Prison Volunteer
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A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY
Her courageous two-year journey with inmates has been a journey of self-discovery, of realising what matters most in life and what she wants to cherish as her priorities. “The past two years of watching the inmates grow, I’ve grown along with them,” she says. “The values they learned, like patience and forgiveness, I’ve learnt to apply the same values to my own life. I am now more assured of what is important in my life.”
From her inmates, she has also learnt the value of respect. “They respect anyone who walks through the prison doors, even a girl who wasn’t even sure if she’d be able to counsel them” she says.
“It has been truly satisfying. As a prison volunteer, I get to help people who are truly remorseful turn over a new leaf. Even if I only help one out of the entire group of inmates I counsel, it still drives me and fulfils me. So yes, I would definitely not give up counselling. I want to do this for as long as I can.
Counselling not only changes a person. But it unite families.
Thank you, my readers. Stay tuned for more topics.