Hey You. Yes, You. I Think You’re Awesome!

It’s been a nasty day for me. Not overwhelmingly negative or detrimental, but more just people not being nice, for whatever reason. And today, I just couldn’t take it. I don’t understand why people have to be so ugly sometimes. So I decided to do something about it. Instead of letting it eat at me anymore, I thought I would blog about it. If people are going to be nasty to me, then I’m going to be nice to you, all of you, in response.

Here it goes:

  • You are a unicorn. Rare and unique.
  • You are awesome. I truly think so.
  • I am grateful to have access to each and every one of you.
  • Good or bad, you’ve had an impact on my life and I thank you for that.
  • Never give up on your dreams. You’re worth them. All of them.
  • Freedom comes with kindness. When you are free of negativity and offer others compassion and kindness, you are free of everything. There is nothing you can’t do.
  • I’m proud of you. Whatever it is you are doing that makes your heart sing, I’m proud of you.
  • I support you in your dreams. I got your back. You want to go out and rework the art world or become a business leader or change the world with some great public service, I support you. How can I help?
  • You have my admiration in the pursuit of your dreams, goals, and life.
  • You are an inspiration. You inspire me to be better. Thank you.
  • You keep doing you.

 

In other words, thank you for being you!

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Until next time…


 

The Mess We’re In is available at AmazonAmazon KindleBarnes & Noble, and Books-a-Million.

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