Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.-Bruce Lee
I don’t know who you’re and what you do for a living, but if you’re like me, i.e., a human being, indeed, you must have a feeling of self-hatred for yourself.
That’s human nature; please don’t deny it.
It’s natural to get angry at yourself for everything that ever got wrong because of your mistakes. It’s okay if you feel shame and guilt for the past actions that shaped a distorted present. And, my dear friend, it’s alright if you’ve accomplished nothing great in life, and for that, you blame no one else except yourself.
We live in a culture that expects success from us and has almost zero tolerance for failure. It awards successful men and women for their accomplishments and criticizes those who failed to succeed in their experiments.
It’s good to have more successful men and women everywhere across the globe to ensure the complete well-being of the planet but never forget that we often underestimate the power of ordinary men and women, often whose failures set the benchmark for the exploration of the future generations.
The destiny of civilization can’t be destined only by the parameter of worldly success. That may be a chance, luck, struggle, faith, hard work, or exploitation. Please don’t call them successful and follow them blindly because they’re materialistically rich and have a show-off window on social media platforms.
Dive deep to see the darkness within them, and then reflect on your face in the mirror and ask yourself a question.
Do you want that kind of success?
You’re a good human being. Others may abuse, criticize or insult you, but please don’t judge yourself on the parameters of name, fame, and how many figures of income you earn per month.
There is no need to sell your self-worth for more dollars and donate your self-esteem to come into the limelight. Neither money nor fame will give you what you’re chasing.
If you want to achieve anything in this world, learn to control yourself. Know who you are and what you are doing here; why do you exist?
Are you another robot working day and night to make someone feel good or barking in front of an idiot like a puppet to get more pieces of bread?
Who the hell are you?
The end of the story is that if you can’t accept yourself the way you’re and if you’ve no self-love for yourself, you’re not on the right path.
Acceptance and self-love are the parameters that set you free from the prison of the world.
Isn’t that it’s a freedom that you’re chasing?
If yes, forgive yourself and forget everything that happened in the past. Start a new life with acceptance and self-love. When you accept yourself and start loving yourself the way you’re, believe it or not, miracles will start happening in your life.