Our lives are so precious. We come into this world from a tiny molecule that becomes a cell and then into life as we know it. It seems to be a long process but in reality as the good book says we are here only for a short while identified as a blink of an eye. So in knowing this, can you imagine how ridiculous it is to allow other peoples negative opinions, theories, suggestions, actions, and perceptions to run your life. Does it really matter what they think? Who are they to challenge, discuss, or even dictate how you should live your life especially if they are not depositing anything positive or helpful into you. I have seen so many lives destroyed because one person valued the opinion of another over their own belief of who they are. What is wrong with this picture? I will tell you. The problem that is so critical here is that there are many people on Mother Earth that don't realize who they are as a human being. They have not taken the necessary and valueable time it takes to look within themselves and realize that they are a gift of nature (GOD) the universe and they were brought here to experience this wonderful gift called life. Every human equally was granted this opportunity. We are all here to prosper and experience a life filled with the best that we all have to offer to Mother Nature. No one should stop anyone from living their best life! With that said, I do understand that there are alot of other factors and situations that involve many people from illness to disability and unforeseable tragedies but all in all we are here to be the best that we can be. We are here to love one another and give our best to each other every single day and with that (in giving our best the universe gives its best right back to us in abundance)....If you doubt this statement just decide today to give your best every waking moment and just watch the transfromation in your life take place. My plea to you is to live your best life void of all negative opinions and comments. You were made whole and beautiful and this is the life you are to live.
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