It doesn’t matter where you come from or what you have been taught. We’ve all been exposed to negative thoughts and words. We have all had people in our lives that have said things to or about us that were unflattering and hurtful.
People say things because of their own self–doubt, self-hate, fears, insecurities, and disappointments. But that doesn’t make what they say true or any less hurtful. It just makes it their opinion.
If we know who we are it’s easy to say, “Isn’t that silly?” to those words that really have nothing to do with us. You can’t change what goes on in other people’s minds, their actions, and their words. But you can love yourself, love them, and move on.
All that matters is how we feel about ourselves. It’s sometimes hard to bounce back after a blow. But loving yourself and knowing who you are is the greatest weapon you will ever have against negativity.
Is your weapon of love ready?????
Love and blessings in divine order,