Quote by Haruki Murakami: I find it hard to talk about myself. Im always...
Why am I having these negative thoughts about myself?
Many people would maybe deny that they care much about what people think about them. If we paid attention to the number of thoughts that go around in our heads each day that have to do with caring about what others think about us, and perhaps kept a tally of these thoughts, it would probably actually add up quite quickly! I myself, by nature, was very bound to thoughts that revolved around what other people thoughtso much so that it was like slavery. The thoughts plagued me and would not let me be at rest. But, if people expressed criticism about what I said or did, and let me know that they disagreed with me, then I suddenly found myself very upset.
Too proud to bend Too poor to break, I laugh until my stomach ache, When I think about myself. My folks can make me split my side, I laughed so hard I nearly died, The tales they tell, sound just like lying, They grow the fruit, But eat the rind, I laugh until I start to crying, When I think about my folks. Death - a negative word. See how two opposing words are used in one sentence. She must have experienced a lot of things. She is very poor she has nothing valuable to her , so she will not be discouraged by the events which occur to her.
He makes a good living. By the way, there is nothing wrong with wanting to do that. My dad is one of the most incredible men I know. I ask God to give me His eyes almost daily. This has helped me more than almost anything. It helps me with my compassion, my ability to empathize, and my connection with people in general. God calls me to shine my light wherever I go.