Think of your lowest, hardest times in life and see them as blessings. If you can’t now, try to do so sometime in the future. Forgive yourself. Forgive others. GROW IN. Remember who you were and think about who you are now. The more you love yourself, the more you’ll love the world.
“Gender inequality is not our culture, it is a tradition. Traditions can change. They should change. If traditions never changed then America would still have slavery.”
I’ve learned that just because someone doesn’t love you the way you want or expect them to doesn’t mean they don’t love you with all they have.
I can count the number of toilet paper rolls I’ve purchased in the last 16 months on one hand. Four. And only for visitors actually.
Appreciate the privilege of having a job, your health, and the ability to stand outside at night without the potential of one mosquito ending your life. It can be worse and it can be better, too.
Don’t define your opinions and views because of one article you read or picture you see; these are just pieces of a much larger picture we will understand some day. Ask questions. Think. Forgive.
We say we want to help, we try, and we even witness the positive short-term changes. The smiles, the hope, and the fix. We can’t see our long-term and unintended effects, both positive and negative. This is what keeps me awake at night.
Grow in love with yourself. Be self-centered and do not let anyone tell you that is a bad quality.