Whats Important to You by Leslie A. Fischman
Whats important to you matters, however it may not always matter to others. What you project about yourself personally, is how you fail, in the image department. That cannot be removed from your record, how others see you, that is something that you cannot control. In the grand scheme of things, how you will be viewed and judged will be a matter of principles based, not gusto or energy, but by your nature and value and givingness to the trade, that is your writing. Overall how you will be perceived is how you are judged by others, as worthy of attention, put together, a cohesive idea, or something that needs more work. That is called acceptance. What matters to you may not matter to everyone, but that doesn’t mean that you or your ideas don’t matter at all. With proper training and instruction you too can make a difference in the lives of others, its all a matter of manifestation, and willingness to learn and try, always doing your best. How you represent self matters, and based upon those judgments and first impressions, a judgment is passed upon you, accepted or declined, mattered or fabricated, together or not, or picked apart. You should never be insulted by the input of others, and that should not change you or your feelings about yourself, or cause you to question yourself or others. That is your instability, a reflection of your own instability, when you feel judged. To think positively of oneself, is how to undo negative opinions about oneself.
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