Tag: Self-improvement

8 Quotes To Accept Your Imperfections

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No one is perfect. If you want to see a perfect picture, you must paint your own picture. Instead of trying to be perfect, why not ask yourself this question: How can I improve myself?

You can’t perfect anything, but you can become something. If you want to live a better life, you must focus on becoming, not perfecting.

You can start with theses quotes.

“A finished person is boring person.”– Anna Quindlen

“I must be myself. I cannot break myself any longer for you…”- Ralph Waldo Emerson

“A warm heart overcomes many faults.”– Dan Rockwell

“If you’re imperfect, at least be caring.”- Dan Rockwell

“The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of being yourself.”- Anna Quindlen

“When you recognize and reflect on even one good thing about yourself, you are building a bridge to a place of kindness and caring.”- Sharon Salzberg

“Nothing is perfect. Focus on becoming you, not on perfecting you.”

“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.”- e.e. Cummings

Stop Proving Yourself To People Who Will Never Love You

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If you want your life to make sense to you, you must stop proving yourself to people who will never love you. You are not here on earth to prove yourself to anyone, but yourself. You must learn to be comfortable with yourself. If you are comfortable with yourself, then you don’t have to prove yourself to anyone.

You have nothing to show to anyone. You are who you are. You are not comparing your accomplishments to the accomplishments of other people. You are comfortable with yourself. Don’t look down on yourself. You are good enough. You are a unique human being. You should celebrate your uniqueness, not abuse it.

If you are around people who don’t know your worth, you don’t have to prove yourself to them. Let them know who you are, what you stand for, and what matters to you. Don’t worry about them. Worry about you and where you are going. That is good enough.

They don’t have to like what you are doing. But if you like what you are doing, that is what matters. Learn to be comfortable with people who don’t know you. If you are comfortable with them, judgement will disappear. Whether they know you or not, you have nothing to prove to anyone. Do you?