I really think its because we are wired and created with the knowledge of what we could be . We see the end but all that is reality is a glimpse of it so we always have that space in back of our mind saying "hey why am I not this or that".
There is no reason for a person not to accept themselves, I will always accept who I am...and if for some reason I do not like a certain aspect of myself I will change it. I figure you have to accept yourself in order to function correctly.
Acceptance is the key, if I was"nt so accepting I would not have any friends at all! I am not here to judge here or to be judged. I am here to listen and share. I am not a doctor and any advice that I give is purely my opinion. After all everyone has one 1
Love. Not loving other's, but loving ourselves. It really has nothing to do with anyone else. You can have people saying every nice word directed at you alone, but unless you have the confidence to love yourself you doubt the niceties that anyone (no matter how close they are to...
accept myself for my strength and weakness, my good and bad, my success and my failures.
Doing something has to be better than doing nothing. I want to reconnect with the world I m in I have to accept my existence.
Nothing is perfect, either am I. The weakness , bad, failures...
The only thing it does it make us judge ourselves. Why do other people feel the need to show their self insecurities? It only makes those less attractive or less desirable feel mor insecure. Physicality shouldn't matter. Only what type of a person you are should.
All the cloaks of social acceptance
All the preconceived ideas no matter
To be able to be the person
The real and true you deep inside
To share the honesty
With someone who can see you
The you until now kept hidden
Locked away in the miserable dark
Given free rein...
This is a question I ask myself often and I reach the same conclusion every time. I think that the reason people have a difficult time accepting themselves is because for years they are berated, degraded and mistreated by others. From the minute we are born we are conditioned to...
I read your recent story, and I remembered a story that I read a read from an indigenous tribe in the rainforest. It was told by a shaman medicine man telling of the most powerful shamans that ever existed. And they were saying that by far the most powerful shaman were ones that...