Self-Transformation

I Hate Myself

Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.

– Marcus Aurelius 

No one hates the way we hate ourselves. We abuse our bodies and criticize our minds. Without thinking about the outcome, we insult ourselves.

No one gives us the pain and suffering we inflict on ourselves. The deep grudges and anxieties, resentments, and depressive episodes make us weak. We start thinking like a pervert.

Why this torture to our body-mind complex?

The answer is simple, but you’ve to become an active observer of your mind to understand the root cause of the problem.

A few idiots have told us in our early childhood that something is wrong with us.

• We’re not beautiful and intelligent.

• We’re not creative and intelligent.

• We can’t do anything significant in our lives.

Then in our teenage years, a couple of people come into our life whom we respect like Gods. These basterds preach hatred toward our bodies and mind. Many of them are our relatives, neighbors, peers, and teachers.

The sin of their perverted thinking is that a teenage boy/girl believes that he/she is not good enough for this world.

Here starts the competition in the real world. We become rats to prove ourselves in the eyes of these f*ckers who have not achieved anything significant. Their work is to f*ck the mind of others with their intellectual ego.

Always remember, these people aren’t your good wishes. They’re frustrated, and the gift to you is their frustration.

All the excuse you’re giving to yourself is nothing but programming in the software they installed in your mind. Every negativity in your mind is not yours but an inheritance from these so-called successful people.

If you want to change yourself, you’ve to uninstall the software running in your mind programmed by these monsters. With the invention of the internet, it’s easy to find new thoughts from real people who’ve done something real in life, not only in terms of wealth but also in health and wisdom.

Free education is abundant, all over the Internet. It’s the desire to learn that’s scarce.

– Naval Ravikant

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