What do you see when you look at this picture?
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“A dog will teach you unconditional love. If you can have that in your life, things won’t be too bad.” – Robert Wagner
Photo: A.R. Knight
By looking at the lesson in other people’s behavior and seeing ourselves in them.
Seeing ourselves as separate is the root of all loneliness and hate. Was what the parents did in the college cheating scandal right? No. It robbed their children of the chance to learn on their own merit and stole rightfully earned entry from deserving students. In my opinion, that’s the tragedy.
But have you ever wanted the best for your children or wanted people to think well of you? Admission to a prestigious university reflects well on both the children and the parents. No matter how much money those parents had, they still didn’t think they were good enough for their peers. So, they attempted to buy self-worth for themselves and their children—not understanding that you can’t buy self-worth. It comes from within.
We all want to be valued. Social media is a platform in which we can lift others up. You have the power to make a difference in someone else’s life every time you sign on. Look for yourself in everyone you meet, and you will see we are far more alike than we are different.
Your value cannot even begin to be seen…your depths are infinitely beautiful. Only the brave will dare to explore all that makes you…so uniquely you.
“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” – Anton Chekhov
What do you see when you look up at the endless expanse of velvet black sky at night?
Photo: A.R. Knight