There is so many feeling low these days. Feeling bad about themselves, feeling depressed, feeling that they aren’t good enough.
I’m been thinking why is that. Why are people having low self-esteem or feeling that they aren’t good enough, pretty enough, rich enough, strong enough, fit enough, etc. enough. Who are telling what is enough? Am I one reason someone is feeling bad of themselves? Does my behavior change the view people see themselves? Could I do something that would say people that they really are more than enough, pretty much perfect.
How do we judge ourselves and others really alters the way we see the world. Do we see numbers in peoples looks or the clothes they are wearing? Do we say that he is a better singer than she?
Can we look at a person and see no flaws?
I really want to.
There is so much good in people. There is so much more good than we can see in a lifetime. It’s easy to concentrate on flaws and bad things. It’s easy to see what’s wrong.
Why is that? Why it’s easy to see flaws in ourselves and in others? It can be something we want to develop in ourselves. And then it’s good to see our areas that need to be developed. There is nothing bad to get better at things, but could we think those areas as points of under development or points I won’t develop because I don’t want to.
When watching other people, like really physically watching or viewing other parts of the human being, we could watch them without judgement. What’s that? Not rating looks? Not swiping anywhere? Yeah really not doing any judging. What about trying to see who the person is and what she/he is saying. What’s her/his story is? Then people wouldn’t feel down, feel depressed, feel that they aren’t good enough. Because they are enough.
The story of you is more than enough.