Enlightenment: What I Learnt From My Previous Post

Oh, hey there! Today, I’m gonna blog on how enlightenment served as an asset to me, and how actually people care about us. Yesterday, I had literally put my heart all over my post. Today, no. I’m just gonna share how a single person made me think over what I had posted yesterday. This one person actually took her time to comment on my post.

“I know how you feel, girl. But please let me assure you, I know you have people in your life that love you for your wonderful, beautiful self, even if you can’t always see it. Don’t let yourself believe that your self-worth is defined by how you appear in the mirror, or how many likes or followers you get. It isn’t. I can tell just from reading your blog that you are fabulously special, and I’ll be praying that one day you can see that for yourself. 🙂”

This was her comment on my post. See? Relate this comment with my sadistic post yesterday. Today, like right now, when I saw this comment, my heart fluttered and for the first time in a while, my heart actually had a jump-start and I realized not all strangers are bad. Many of them are great. By heart, actually.

This. This is what I actually required. Some encouraging, appreciating comment, for who I am and who I’ll be. This young lady, right here, did it. Like I’m not showing off for a single comment. But, I have to say, this one comment actually made me forget the fact that I was not loved by many people. Gave me the positive vibes people. She enlightened me on the fact that I am actually a nice person. This confirmation was what I needed and, she gave it to me. I say, kudos to this soul.

P.S. ‘She’ is actually, Megan. I really have started liking you Megan. Thank you yet again and I’m sorry if I have given you unwanted publicity. But, you know 😉

3 thoughts on “Enlightenment: What I Learnt From My Previous Post

  1. Angelin, if you can remember that even when you don’t notice it, feel it, hear it, see it or recognize it, everyday you probably do something or say something that makes someone else’s day a little bit brighter ~ and you never will know. You have to believe in yourself; your self-worth, your aspirations, your interests and your own happiness all come from you ~ not other people. Lower your expectations of other people and raise your own self-expectations in a positive way. You’ll notice the difference in yourself first and then others will see it too. Transform yourself into who/what YOU want to be.

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