Courage is the starting point of everything good. To love another is to automatically feed the fire of courage. We cannot be humiliated when we are fighting for someone or something we love. We will not give up when we are fighting for loved ones. As we evolve, our loved ones extend out from our family to include all of humanity. Courage and confidence will grow over the years with practice and self-awareness. We are never alone. God will help us. Such is the courage which gains respect from others. More importantly, we gain respect for ourselves.
It's a funny thing about life, once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack.
Happiness is ours for the taking and take it we must without any apologies. We deserve to be happy, loved, and respected......nothing less.
Many people have the confused idea that peace will happen when all the colors in the palette are the same. The actuality of peace is accepting each color’s differences and seeing the beauty each possesses.
Stand up for who you are. Respect your Self and ignite the divine sparks in you. Access your powers. Choose your rights and work together with others to bring blessings into the lives.
You will never gain anyone's approval by begging for it. When you stand confident in your own worth, respect follows.
It's a lot harder to get someone OUT of your life than it is to let them IN, so please…be selective.
When you start loving yourself and respecting your time and energy, things will change. Get to know your worth, and your value will go up.
Love is a prayer, begin it with self. If you can worship yourself without shame or guilt, you will be able to respect others.
Why do women waste their time trying to convince their insecure family members and girlfriends that they are beautiful? Self esteem is not a beauty cream that you can rub all over them and see instant results. Instead, convince them they are not stupid. Every intelligent woman knows outward beauty is a nip, tuck, chemical peel or diet away. If you don't like it, fix it.
I would be dreadfully remiss not to think that God would painstakingly craft something an intimately ingenious and inexplicably intricate as my life, and that by virtue of such sheer brilliance I should not examine it with the greatest precision and unleash it with the fullest abandon.
A girl who travels won’t need a saviour, she’ll need an accompanier. And she’ll need someone who lives that way too.
Not obedience or feelings or respect, there is only one thing which people take seriously at all time and its money.
Positive self-esteem must be preceded by self-respect. To get self-respect you have to do something good.
Don't overestimate your emotions because emotional injuries can disturb you but it can not defeat you.
If a person loves you but doesn't respect you then it can not be a real love. It is not possible to love them without respecting them.
People crave for more respect than love, because they expect love only from few people but they want respect from everyone.
To keep your conscience at peace and your respect at high, don't follow those orders which make no sense.
If people respect your age and not your personality, then it's time for you to do some urgent introspection.
True humanity demands that every human should be loved equally, but if that's not possible for you then at least love whoever you wants to but respect everyone.
You are sure you mean bliss?''Yes, an island or some place where we could all live or go to easily whenever we pleased and do all the things we wish to do without thought of the narrow-mindedness of others.''You are asking too much. Oh, for the Isle of Crete! You are wishing a return to the good old Pagan times when all honor was paid even to prostitutes.''No, not asking too much, just asking for a natural morality, a thing which varies with each bird, beast, and human and for which due allowance is not made in lawmaking.
Don't despise people because of their defects or because of their lack of talents and gifts. Imagine if people did it for you, how many friends would you be left with?