Question of the Day – No. 248

What can you do to feel better about yourself?

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  1. Personally, I think we know we’ve reached a state of full self-synthesis when we feel there’s nothing we can do to feel better about ourselves, because we already know we’re no better or worse than any beautiful, unique blade of grass.

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    1. Yes, that’s right! But we need to work hard to get to that level of self-fulfillment because even though it’s real, we often refuse to see it due to low self-esteem, low self-confidence, the fear of other people’s opinions and so on.

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  2. In all honesty Im not sure there is anything I can do. I feel pretty broken, destroyed, crumbling to pieces and without hope.

    I pray and beg for mercy but… There is none. I have let everyone down. I wish God would take me. Then I wouldn’t be a burden.. Maybe my family wouldn’t be starving right now.

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      1. It’s a rather long story. This past June, I got caught up in a situation where I felt compelled act in defense of my wife and three year old son. I was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. My family already below the mean poverty line in the United States, could not afford an attorney. As such I have been dealing with a public defender who is at best not qualified. I can not in good conscience agree to a plea that would not only take me away from my wife and children for four months, and also take away the piddly 600 dollars I bring in a month. Thus it is going to trial. As it stands this moment my family will suffer the next 7 days with little to no food. (There are no funds) I genuinely feel bereft and as if I have lost all favor with God. Thus my answer.

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      1. Somewhat. Right now I’ve started my goals list for 2019. I plan to blog about a goal per day starting Jan 1 and hope my followers hold me to task.

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  3. At the end of the day, find things to be grateful for. And I like to “congratulate” myself when I “accomplish” something like I don’t like to exercise so when I do I cheer myself up, when I study it is the same. I try to find things to make myself proud of!

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      1. My true strength is in the heart, not in the mind.
        I used to be very competitive, but now I care most about the connection with the others. If I can make a difference in someone’s life only with a hug, a good word or with a nice gesture, is enough for me.

        I feel best about myself when I am not in a competition of any kind.

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