With friends like that, who needs enemies, right?
I've made a new friend and this is what she tells me now...Only you can tell your story in your unique fashion that no other person on this planet can tell. You have the ability to reach people around the world and people need to hear what you have to say. You have a blend of gifts and talents that were given to you to share with others, to make an imprint on this world and leave your legacy behind. Your words, your story and your life have value and sharing it with others can make a world of
difference to many people. I'm glad you didn't give up.
Both of these people are me. The first person speaks from fear, the second persons speaks from love. I had to divorce the first person as she was certainly not serving any purpose in my life. I kicked her low self-esteem, dark and fearful thoughts to the curb. I fell in love with and remarried the second person. She has taken a vow and pledged to love me until the end of time. She has my best interest at heart and we have a very trusting relationship. She has become my best companion. Our communication is compassionate, honest and open and she brings out the best in me. It is a union of true love, until death do us part.
Want to change the words you say to yourself? To go from fear to love I suggest you start with a song. Sing a song to yourself. Sing the theme song from the movie Toy Story, "You've Got a Friend In Me" by Randy Newman. Sing it to yourself. Sing it loud, sing it proud and mean every word of it! Dance around the room if you need to.
If you want to be a good friend to others, become your own best friend. Talk to yourself in uplifting ways. Boost your self-confidence by claiming your goodness. Don't allow fear based thoughts to linger, surround them with loving thoughts and kind gestures...you know, it's what you would do if your best friend called you to come over to help pull her out of a funk. You would do everything you could to convince her that "You've Got a Friend In Me."
You are your own best friend. Talk to and treat yourself as such.