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[1: 1,270 of 10,000] Social Grace by Glennon Doyle Melton

In Article on January 13, 2014 at 4:58 PM

Glennon Doyle MeltonExperience can teach us valuable lesson especially if we pay attention to learn.

Glennon Doyle Melton amazed me when I watched her TED Talks. I love what she shared about an essence of a social grace, which is:

All we really want to do is to learn how to keep and make a real friend.

She realised that while she was in a mental institution where no one judges.

She also talks passionately about peace and dignity; but most of all she was being vulnerable and trusting sharing her struggles to surpass a lifeless addiction of being invisible.

She was right that we needed acceptance, to belong, and to understand that the sun shines for everyone who accepts it. The world is a beautiful place full of challenges not to harm us but to make us better and become heroes. It is a bit easier to face the challenges when we have the right support by our side aside from the inner strength that we need to pull at every moments when we drift.

We truly exist to share who we are to the world that way we help out and we free ourselves. We should not be scared and end up hiding alone because that gets lonely. Oh la la life is magnificent with all the people contributing to its beauty.

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