Monday, January 21, 2008
Take a Closer Look!
Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror and responded with. "I love you!" ? In a good sense--- this is good to do. You are accepting yourself and loving just you for being you! How much better could life get? Their is so much to look at from the outside. So many different people that have so many ranges of colour, widths and heights, etc. We are a kaleidoscope of people. Thank goodness because life would be uninteresting! If you live in the city look out your window and people watch. The different mannerisms these people carry are learned and inherited, it is amazing! The exciting part is these people have a story all their own. Each and every person should have a chance to tell their story. But first...the most important thing to do before you tell your story is... look in the mirror and say, "I love you!" You have come a long way in this world and deserve to get your story heard. Writing down your story, may make you soar or may make you cry. It might be difficult to type. It might send you away to another place for a moment. The key is that when you tell your story, the realization that you are an important person will be recognized. Look outside at all the people and you fit right in with everybody else. You are part of a human race and the universe. In a big part you are the universe. So go ahead feel like the universe and gain your own power, because I believe you can really love your self! Please feel free to tell your story! You can post it here! or Send it to email@example.com
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