Be kind to yourself. No matter what your circumstances, always treat yourself the way you want other people to treat you. Kindness is treating yourself the way you want other people to treat you. Be there for yourself. Be there for others. And be there for the world. Above all, be kind to yourself. Before you start your day, ask yourself this life-changing question from Debra Landwehr Engle. ''What is the kindest thing I could do for myself?''
3 Powerful Life Lessons From John Stange
Live your own life. Do not do things just because other people are doing it.
From now on, make a point to always love yourself, to always enjoy yourself, to be comfortable with yourself, to accept yourself, to face your life, no matter what.
You do not need other people to connect with yourself. But you do need YOU to connect with yourself. Without you, the real you, not the worldly you, you cannot connect with your real self. You cannot see yourself.
Whether things are good or not, make a point to always be there for you. Do not let anyone drag you down. And do not drag yourself down. Learn to live your life.
If you want to live a peaceful life, John Stange says,
“Just continue to be you
“You don’t need to add anything to the drama of what took place by texting your friends about it or changing your demeanor toward those who offended you. Just continue to be you. Don’t let this drag you down. Make a point to be kind, even to those who weren’t kind to you.”- John Stange
“Invest your time in your real friends
“What your friends did to you was wrong, but it was also a favor in disguise. She let you know that your friendship wasn’t genuine and that you’d be better off investing your time in your real friends.”- John Stange
“You are loved more deeply than you realize
“You are loved more deeply than you realize. I love you, your mother loves you, and, most importantly, the Lord loves you. Our love for you is not conditional. We will never stop loving you.”- John Stange
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