Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Thoughts of the Day. Continue

Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Well, I got a few comments from my previous post. Well...I believe everyone has their own opinions.

Well, as for me, I kinda have 2 opinions. The first, and most important, is to learn to love yourself. There isn't any point in continuing if you don't love or like yourself. You might as well just jump off from KL Tower and settle things once and for all. The second, is to turn yourself into the person that you always wanted to be.

I got a reply from a friend, well..a rather full of confidence kinda reply to my thoughts.

He says,

"To love yourself, the best way to do it is to realise that you are the perfect-You that anyone could be. No-one else can do the things you do quite like you. No-one sees the world quite the same way. No-one has precisely your talents, ambitions, or lack thereof. No-one screws things up the same way, no-one makes the same mistakes. Being you, for all your faults and weaknesses, you would get an A+. It’s ok to be the way you are - it must be, because the way you are IS the way you are."

"Once you adopt this philosophy or any like it with regards to yourself, you will start seeing others the same way. The truth is, you probably are attracted to the opposite sex equivalent of you, it’s just you’re also turned off to them, for the same reasons you’re turned off from yourself. Accept yourself, and you will accept them."

Well...it's does sound kinda true...but then...the Over-confidence part might get you ending making ppl around you to hate you even more. To me, it will.

Many people think that their drive to improve themselves stems from the things they don’t like about themselves. Feelings of inadequacy, dissatisfaction, or just dislike and hatred for yourself actually won’t change, no matter how much you improve yourself. It is the feeling that needs to be dealt with, not whichever reason you rationalise at the time for feeling it.

Once you accept yourself you will realise your true motives for wanting someone you can’t have. If you want to be with them to compensate for your own shortcomings, you will no longer want them. If you want them because you want to be like their ideal partner, then you will become that person. So there is never a need to change yourself for someone else.

1 comments:

chingy

Not gonna change myself for other people. But but. Sometimes when it comes to relationships, it's hard.

 
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