Motivational Monday Speech
on the Monday that this post goes live… Spring begins
Apologizing for being hot at any skill is not for me and shouldn’t be for you. There is always room for improvement. There is always room for coaching and help from experts.
When it comes to characteristics one can’t change, avoid negative thoughts about it (I’m not tall or short, but I refuse to think any bad thoughts about my height. It just simply is my height. Ideal for me. I love my height).
When it comes to what you can change, enjoy the journey of learning how to change. (I once would have laughed about being called a blogger… now I write several blogs… change over time)
Traditionally, Spring is viewed as a new year. A fresh start of nature. Things are reborn. How about making your self-esteem over again… reborn into a healthy one… on in which it has God-esteem… made in His image.
Take a bit of time to do the spring cleaning of negative outdated thoughts and fill your heart with realistic views of what you have and positive hope for what can be done to improve what you have into greater than you’d hoped for.
God’s plans exceeds yours and are filled with abundantly great opportunities for you. I’m on-board with that. Go after yours, have a great week, stay true to yourself and don’t apologize for being hot… just stay humble about being hot 😉
2 thoughts on “Apologize for being hot? I think not!”
Excellent! Timely! Thanks for your insight
On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 3:24 AM Through One Lens wrote:
> thoughtjones posted: “Wait, Apologize for being hot? I think not! “You > shouldn’t go around looking this good, it is not healthy, and it’s > distracting” she told the young man. He was not sure what to make of this > rather odd compliment, he was just coming to church to have a pr” >
You’re very welcome. Glad to have shared this after much meditation on the subject this weekend. Have a blessed week also