Why showing your “ego” isn’t necessarily a bad thing 

Yes, you are special! And you are allowed to feel extraordinary… but as special as you are – so is anyone else as well. There is no such thing as inferior or superior. Nothing in this world can make you more or less special than someone else. Many people say that one can have too much ego: “he shares too much about his life”, “she is too much of an attention-seeker”… but other people’s point of views shouldn’t bother you AS LONG as you know that your behavior originates from a place of love for yourself and others and doesn’t originate from a place of limiting beliefs/ lack perpective. Often times people have underlying limiting beliefs that create this ego behavior that we love to judge so much, but on the other side there are many people who really love themselves, and who see themselves on the same stage like anyone else and that is what we should appreciate and respect instead of criticize. Doesn’t mean you have to be a rainbow-hippie and love everyone. 

Just see that your worth as a person is the same than anyone else’s – no matter how smart or not, educated or not, beautiful or not, self-centered or not…. someone else is. 

The point is: you should be in love with yourself because there will never ever — EVER — be a person in this world just like you. Isn’t that enough reason to be allowed to feel fucking special? Please let no one else tell you that you are not. Go ahead and feel worthy, special, wonderful – unique – in your own way, because this is what the world needs. And when you deeply know this to be true, then you also celebrate other people’s uniqueness and authenticity, you don’t feel the urge to judge quickly or feel offended by others.

See the bigger picture. 

In the end we all care about the same things: our well-being, love, happiness and freedom and this is where we should put our focus. Make the world a better place by loving more and hating less. Be an example. It is nice to see other people happy and in love with themselves; nobody is perfect and everyone has to learn their lessons.  

  

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