Being myself is liberating.
At a time when there is so much pressure to conform to norms, I am happy about my individuality.
I feel free when I focus on the version of myself that I am happy with. It is pointless to listen to the opinions of others regarding my choices. Whatever feels good in my soul forms the truth that I live.
It takes away any obligation to watch what I say or how I act. As long as I maintain honorable values, I am at peace with the things that I say and do. It feels good to maintain consistency and honor my integrity.
I feel comfortable being myself because sincerity is easy.
I am honest about who I am and what I believe in. Betraying my morals goes against my character, regardless of the potential benefits.
Regularly testing my limits allows me to see what I am comfortable with. Whenever a particular approach feels uncomfortable, I stay away from it.
I know that I am loved just the way I am. The special people in my life deserve to feel sure about me. Their loyalty to me dictates that I am always honest with them.
Today, the only person that I am committed to being is myself. My mantra each morning is to put the best version of myself forward and make a positive impact on the world.
- What do I consider my most admirable trait?
- How often do I commit to expressing myself freely?
- When is it okay to consider another person’s advice about my approach to things?
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