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[1: 1,503 of 10,000] Don’t Be Cruel On Yourself, Enjoy!

In Article on June 20, 2015 at 12:51 PM

Provided we have confessed our sins, we carry a clean conscience, and we mean and stopped doing harm on others… then we should stop being cruel on ourself and ENJOY LIFE!

We are not perfect, we make mistakes, but being regretful after we’ve done everything to fix our mistakes, means it is time to free ourselves for self-loathing, self-pity, and being miserable. There are things that we can never explain and instead of trying to figure out the meaning, repeatedly playing the scenes (what has and could have been) in our head, let us be brave to pull out the arrow pressing our hearts to despair.

We deserve to be happy. If we’re happy, we create a wonderful energy inside us that translates to affecting everything around us. It is a miracle worker to hum a tune, create something today out of love, and be a pleasant being around people. The only one who matters for our approval is our ever loving God who sees the content of our hearts, who is just, and gracious, oh and not to forget truly forgiving. He is the only one whose opinion matters because we couldn’t hide anything from him, he knows what we need before we even ask, and he directs our path to where we should be if we let him.

Let us recognise God almighty power blessing each of us, whoever we are. He wants us to be joyful while he take charge of our battles that we cannot endure. Smile and let us be a blessing to others NOW, and a simple good aura that we exude is a great way to start.

Joyful

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