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Never let anyone convince you of anything negative about yourself unless it is for your own betterment. And, if what they have said is true, then thank them and take it in for consideration. But unless someone is trying to help you, don't you dare, ever let anyone tell you who and what you are, because, on this planet, you are the unquestionable and supreme authority on — you. But it can be useful to ask yourself a few important questions. If you met your exact self as another person, would you like them? Would they be a good friend? Would they seem kind, generous and loving? Would they have time and patience, and invest in your friendship? Would you feel good in their presence? Would they make you laugh? Would you truly want to spend time with them? Would they be a good influence? Remember, no one on earth spends more time with you, than — you. Be a good friend to yourself. The best way to be a good friend to yourself is to be a good person. Be the kind of person you wish you had in your life, because who you are, is exactly who you've got.

"Pause and remember— No one is coming to rescue you from yourself; your inner demons, your lack of confidence, your dissatisfaction with yourself and life. Only self-love and good decisions will rescue you." — Jenni Young

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Never let anyone convince you of anything negative about yourself unless it is for your own betterment.
Unless someone is trying to help you, don't you dare, ever let anyone tell you who and what you are, because, on this planet, you are the unquestionable and supreme authority on — you.

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Lata Mathew - facebook.com
Well true

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Michael Catlett - facebook.com
Let us get right to that then! You and the authority that you are going to pour out on all mankind! You need to be walking tall!

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Njeri Monicah Waithera - facebook.com
Mmmmmmmmmmh..sure

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Cristina Sumalinog - facebook.com
TRUTH

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Georgina Danquah - facebook.com
AWESOME!

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Linda Berry Downing Milln - facebook.com
Let me first take the plank out of my own eye before I take the splinter out of someone elses eye

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Ram Chenna - facebook.com
I am worried that ... it might lead to a bit of arrogancy. One needs to understand the difference between self esteem and narcissim

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Kristy Ifeoma-Inez Ikanih - facebook.com
BEST MORNING POST!

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Linda Carroll - facebook.com
Roxanne Holford-Carroll

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Latonya Moss - facebook.com
don't feed into the negative

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Create-Fate Enterprises - facebook.com
Awesome!!!!

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Ams Era - facebook.com
no doubt at all

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Judi Cowser - facebook.com
Very true

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Naomi Kimoto - facebook.com
That's a Big "TRUE".

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Michelle Margott - facebook.com
Love you...

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Vickie Santistevan - facebook.com
Awesome!

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Karri Watson - facebook.com
AFREAKINMEN!

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Nancy Kirkham - facebook.com
Thank you!

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JoAnn Dostal - facebook.com
Love this

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Abhijit Maruti Suzuki - facebook.com
brilliant

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Stella Eszter Komlosi - facebook.com
...BESIDES EVERYONE SHOULD BE " DOING THEIR OWN HOUSE CLEANING WITHIN ... UNLESS THEY ARE ASKED FOR HELP / ASSISTANCE OTHERWISE ... MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS

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Maria Teresa Abadilla Ragay - facebook.com
It's true!

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Mal Chapin Corliss - facebook.com
Absolutely !!!!

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Charlotte McFadden - facebook.com
Agree excellent!

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Robyn Coppola - facebook.com
YES!!!!!!




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"I live in Austin, Texas with my wife Jenni, and I have three amazing daughters. I am a simple person, who as a boy, ran around barefoot on a dirt-road in Alabama — dreaming of being a writer. I am probably best known as a writer of pithy sayings and small, simple aphorisms which have found their way into tens-of-thousands of publications, including by some of the biggest publishers in the world. I love to inspire people and show them their inner-beauty. I see the world spiritually. My mission is to cause people to consider kinder ways in which we could do business, structure our relationships and treat the world." Bio


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