To LOVE someone you cannot have is such sweet sweet torture.
This is for all of you out there who needs to hear something good in a bad day. :)
Isn’t it gorgeous?
It’s a relaxing scenery only found in South Cotabato, Philippines. :)
Credits to Lemlunay Resort’s facebook page.
There is only one success… To be able to spend your life in your own way.
Good Sportmanship is more than shaking hands.
It’s admitting you’ve been defeated even when you tried your best.
it’s having enough courage to hand over the victory to your opponent and congratulate him -hoping that one day you, too, will be standing at the top of the podium.
Only then can you look back and say “It all paid off.” -hoping that you’re not the only one with good sportsmanship.
For you see, good sportsmanship is more than shaking hands, it’s also a standard… A goal of self-worth.
It’s having the heart to know that while you might not have reached your own goals, you can rejoice in the fact that someone else did.
-Joanna Liese Wentz
So awhile ago i stayed long enough at the mall comfort room to put my psych observation powers into action:
A group of teenagers entered and their eyes immediately landed on the mirror to check their reflections, went to separate cubicles and then went back to the mirror for another round of beautification.
At exactly same time when these teens entered, a group of nuns also came in. They all went straight to the cubicles and then left not even giving one glimpse at the mirror.
Staying there, i realized I’m also like those teens: victims of beauty stereotypes. Then i wondered, Why can’t we just focus on what’s important and accept ourselves just the way we are?
But then its easier said than done because we fail to give compliments that will contribute to everybody else’s confidence.
So i want to make this great step and tell people to go out there and compliment someone. I want to start with you…
Just look how wonderful that is. :)