"Moral excellence comes about as a result of habit. We become just by doing just acts, temperate by doing temperate acts, brave by doing brave acts." -Aristotle
I'm always reflecting about things I wish I knew sooner. Not only so I can help my kids and those around me, but so I can retain a lot of the information I learn. I came across some sentences I would love to share with you today so here they are.
7 Sentences I wish I read sooner.
1. You’re in charge of you. Your courage starts flourishing the day you realize no one is coming to save you.
2. The hard grows you. Your hard times, pains, and lessons will become your strength, awareness, and blessings one day.
3. Most are happy living a reactive life. Stop expecting honesty from people who lie to themselves.
4. Not everyone will jive with you. Save your explanations for those who are willing to understand you.
5. Your life is too short to be unhappy for 5 days a week in exchange for 2 days of freedom.
6. Lead with kindness. You never look good trying to make someone else look bad.
7. It takes practice, and continual action creates confidence. No one is looking down on you. Just fix your self-confidence issues.