- I’m not an athlete anymore.
- I don’t have the picture perfect body of a model.
- I make mistakes every day.
- I don’t always eat right.
- Sometimes I talk too much.
- Sometimes I don’t talk enough.
- I’m not really smart.
- I’m not always comfortable with other people.
- I’m active every day and exercise when I can.
- I’ve learned to accept my body.
- I learn from my mistakes.
- I eat healthy, but indulge myself from time to time.
- I compliment people and lift them up.
- If I don’t have anything nice to say, I keep my mouth shut.
- I’m always learning.
- I’m comfortable in my own skin.
No one can keep me down but me.
When I’m helpful and of service to other people, my life gets better.
When I stop fighting everything and everyone, and practice acceptance and gratitude, my life gets better.
When I give up control, I get set free.
I don’t have to be the best of the best to have a place in the world. I don’t have to be on top of the heap.
I don’t have to let life get me down, especially over things I can’t control. I don’t have to be at the bottom of the heap.
I can live my life, and be a worker among workers, and a friend among friends, right here in the middle of the heap.
The world goes on without me. It doesn’t need my negative input. I get an amazing sense of comfort and freedom in that realization.
My life has gotten better.
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