Self improvement (life)

Happiness is from within

No one will ever really make you happy in life, only you have the power to bring happiness into your life.

Some people believe that relationships make them happy, full and complete in life. But in most cases that is usually not the case.

Relationships do bring happines but only for a short time. For a little time you are happy in love but then comes a time when you spend your time just crying and thinking about the other person (him or her).

If you are feeling unloved or lonely in life, trust me what you are looking for in relationships you wont find.

If love had the power then hunger, poverty and misunderstandings would be of no harm to your relationship, they would neither have any power nor any impact, And they they would pose no threat to your relationship.

If you are lacking love in your life then most probably its self love that you are lacking. Its dangerous to love someone more than you love yourself. Be fair to everyone including yourself.

Dont let the illusion that they show on tvs about how relationships complete people or make people complete each other. These are matters that other people just cant fix only you can.

You can beat low self esteem, deppresion JUST LEARN AND LOVE YOURSELF FIRST. How can love exist if you cant feel it for yourself.

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20 thoughts on “Self improvement (life)

    1. capost2k

      β€œHappiness is not the goal in life; happiness is a by-product of living out your purpose.” Rick Warren
      If one can find purpose in ‘real love,’ not the romantic mush of movies, it will not end up in tears. It WILL involve tears, as to love anyone other than yourself will be painful at times. See 1 John for an excellent exposition of what love really is.
      β€œTo love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little luxuries; avoid all entanglements. Lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket, safe, dark, motionless, airless, it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable. To love is to be vulnerable.” C.S.Lewis, The Four Loves

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    2. capost2k

      The truth is everybody DOES love themselves first. It is a misconstruction of pop-psychology that claims people “hate themselves.”
      We only hate what we do and its consequences; the more we love ourselves, the more we will hate the thing about ourselves that we do not seem to be able to control.

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      1. capost2k

        Actually, to be at peace with ourselves, we need to be at peace with The God Who Is. He has revealed Himself throughout time to prophets (particularly of Israel) and others, and most clearly in Jesus. Get to know Him, and even though one has trouble in the world, you can be at “perfect peace.” 😊

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      2. capost2k

        We all DO love ourselves. It is only pop-psychology of the last 40 years that has convinced people that we somehow do not love ourselves. There is no one ever that did not or will not love themselves first. The art of living is to learn to love Someone else as much. This was a major theme of Jesus’ teaching. He even taught how to love our enemies.

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    3. Rainbow Post author

      Yeah me too its amazing how we humans tend and care for others so much that we end up forgeting our own selves.
      We need to remember ourselves love and appreciate us. For others

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  1. Mark Lanesbury

    One day we will find what we are looking for, that love and happiness we ever search for. But it isn’t β€˜out there’ but waiting quietly within for us to look πŸ˜€ ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹

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