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As I Began to Love Myself – Self Love Poem by Charlie Chaplin
As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth.
Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”.


As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebodyAs I try to force my desires on this person, even though I knew the timewas not right and the person was not ready for it, and even though thisperson was me. Today I call it “RESPECT”.As I began to love myself I stopped craving for a different life,and I could see that everything that surrounded me was inviting me to grow.Today I call it “MATURITY”.As I began to love myself I understood that at any circumstance,I am in the right place at the right time, and everything happensat the exactly right moment. So I could be calm.Today I call it “SELF-CONFIDENCE”.As I began to love myself I quit steeling my own time,and I stopped designing huge projects for the future.Today, I only do what brings me joy and happiness, things I love to doand that make my heart cheer, and I do them in my own way and inmy own rhythm. Today I call it “SIMPLICITY”.As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good formy health – food, people, things, situations, and everything that drewme down and away from myself. At first I called this attitudea healthy egoism. Today I know it is “LOVE OF ONESELF”.As I began to love myself I quit trying to always be right, and ever sinceI was wrong less of the time. Today I discovered that is “MODESTY”.As I began to love myself I refused to go on living in the past and worryabout the future. Now, I only live for the moment, where EVERYTHINGis happening. Today I live each day, day by day, and I call it “FULFILLMENT”.As I began to love myself I recognized that my mind can disturb meand it can make me sick. But As I connected it to my heart, mymind became a valuable ally. Today I call thisconnection “WISDOM OF THE HEART”.We no longer need to fear arguments, confrontations or any kind of problemswith ourselves or others. Even stars collide, and out of their crashingnew worlds are born.Today I know THAT IS “LIFE”!                           ----
#Charlie Chaplin ----

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Expectations

What I expect of myself
Is to be a man of morality
And tranquility
To know that if I hustle
Hustle smart
If I play, play with skill
And if I work, work hard

What I expect of myself
Is to be an achiever
And not just a dreamer
To work harder and smarter
And not a Procrastinator
I expect of myself to be a true character
And not a fake actor

I expect of myself
to know that education
Gives me more information
That when facing complex situation
I would have more than just one solution

I expect of myself
To respect the beauty and art
Of creation
That with nature I must have
Communion
And since all man were created by God's hand
It is excepted of me to help a needed
Hand

I expect of myself
To know that knowledge
Is power
And that mental power
Is the only way to devour
Any oppressor
I expect to be a over comer

I expect to be a example
To show that faith and hard work will make any dream possible
To show that mankind is not trustable
That God alone is reliable

I expect of myself
To be a motivator
And not a complainer
I expect of myself
To be a man of love and faith
Not a man of pride and hate
I expect to be a winner
Not a quitter

I expect of myself to be
A brother
A forgiver
And not a condemner
Since religion say that I'm a sinner
It is expected of me to find my saviour
And to become a Repenter

I expect of myself to be the best that I can be
No matter what others say about me
I expect of myself to exploit my imagination with no limitation

It is expected of me to walk the road
Of success
To enjoy life to it's fullness
It is expected of me to move by faith
And not your opinion
That I am free to make my own decision With no restriction

It is expected of me to know
My history
And that my presence here is no
Misery
That I'm heavenly and divinely made
With a purpose to accomplish
Of what is excepted of myself.

The seeker

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Expectations

What I expect of myself
Is to be a man of morality
And tranquility
To know that if I hustle
Hustle smart
If I play, play with skill
And if I work, work hard

What I expect of myself
Is to be an achiever
And be not just a dreamer
To work harder and smarter
And be not a Procrastinator
I expect of myself to be of true character
And not a fake actor

I expect of myself
to know that education
Gives me more information
That when facing complex situation
I would have more than just one solution

I expect of myself
To respect the beauty and art
Of creation
That with nature I must have
Communion
And since all men were created by God's hand
It is excepted of me to give help to a needed hand


I expect of myself
To know that knowledge
Is power
And that mental power
Is the only way to devour
Any oppressor
I expect to be a over comer

I expect to be a example
To show that faith and hard work will make any dream possible
To show that mankind is not trustable
That God alone is reliable

I expect of myself
To be a motivator
And not a complainer
I expect of myself
To be a man of love and faith
Not a man of pride and hate
I expect to be a winner
Not a quitter

I expect of myself to be
A good father
A brother
A forgiver
And not a condemner
Since religion say that I'm a sinner
It is expected of me to find my saviour
And to become a Repenter

I expect of myself to be the best that I can be
No matter what others say about me
I expect of myself to exploit my imagination with no limitation

It is expected of me to walk the road
Of success
To enjoy life to it's fullness
It is expected of me to move by faith
And not your opinion
That I am free to make my own decision With no restriction

It is expected of me to know
My history
And that my presence here is no
Misery
That I'm heavenly and divinely made
With a purpose to accomplish
Of what is excepted of me

Ezra Briscoe/the seeker

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"She's strong but tired - Maverick ( Description in caption)"

She's strong but tired
- Maverick

( Description in caption)

She's strong but she's tired
For most of my life, I’ve felt pressure to be strong for others. For my friends, for my family, for partners I’ve had – anyone. I’ve always had to be the rock they could lean on.
People have always expected me to be there for them. Whenever they need help, I am the one they lean on. Empathy, advice, and reassurance are the things that people have come to know me (and in the end, rely on me) for.
I’ve always felt the weight of other people’s expectations on my shoulders. I’ve carried their burdens for so long that I’ve found I’ve left nothing for myself.
Nobody ever reaches out to me. Nobody makes sure that I’m okay. I have to be my own rock, as well as other people’s.
People take, and they take, and they take. They use me when they need me, they thank me for being a good friend, and then they leave. I’m lucky to even have someone ask me how I am.
Sometimes I think about how sad my lot in life is. I think about the fact that I am strong for others means that no one ever feels the need to be strong for me. Sometimes it makes me cry.
I’m expected to be okay. I’m expected to keep my sh*t together. If I ever opened up to people about how I felt, I doubt that they’d even know what to say. It’s like people don’t even consider the fact that inside I could be anything other than perfectly fine.
Well, I’m not.
I’m tired. I’m worn out. I’m fed up of being the ‘strong’ one. I’m done with being used.
I need to learn to be there for myself before I’m there for anyone else. I need to put myself first before I use my precious strength for other people. I need to be strong for my own sake.
I feel far more than I let on. The waves of life rock me every time they hit me, no matter how much I may seem to stand firm in front of them. Every single one sends me reeling. Every one has me wondering just how much more of this I can take.
But I will be okay. I know I will. I will learn to do for myself what I’ve always been able to do for other people. I will learn to carry my own burden. I’ll become strong for myself.
I could easily allow myself to dwell in my misery. I could torment myself with the knowledge that no one has picked up on how exhausting I find my role in life. I could torture myself thinking about how no one is ever there for me. But I won’t.
I’m going to turn over a new leaf. I’m going to stop giving people the things they’ve come to take me for granted for. I’m going to spend that energy on myself, and only give it out to the people who deserve it. The people who will give me the same thing in return.
Not out of spite, not out of revenge, but because I need to. Because I have to.
Because I’m done with being expected to be strong.

The strongest woman that you will ever meet are the
ones that hurt the most.


Think about the strongest woman you know. Think about how she always seems so capable, so calm and collected regardless of the circumstances. She always seems to know the right thing to do in any given situation, and she takes all the hardship in her life on the chin with a smile. She might seem like she’s invincible, like she’s able to handle absolutely anything without even breaking her stride. All too often, however, the strongest women are actually the ones suffering the most.
They suffer because no matter how tough they might appear to be, no one is invincible. No one is able to deal with absolutely anything life throws at them without batting an eyelid. No matter how much she might seem to be unaffected by the things that happen to her, the strong woman that you know feels just the same as you would inside.
In fact, she might even feel worse.
Many women that others perceive to be strong and fiercely independent feel under pressure to maintain the image of composure and strength that they’ve built up. Many of these women feel like they have no one they can be vulnerable with, no one they can open up to.
They’re left alone with their thoughts and feelings, bottling them up so that no one else has to deal with them. They have their backs to a dam, trying to hold back the water and stop it from bursting.
The strong woman you know just might be broken inside. She might feel totally alone, unable to tell anyone about how she truly feels. She might want so badly to be the rock that other people lean on that she never allows herself to lean on others from time to time.
She might appear to be unbreakable, but nobody knows what goes on in the deepest reaches of her heart. She’ll never allow anyone to get close enough for her to be exposed or vulnerable. Perhaps she’s been hurt too badly before. Perhaps the people she needed to lean on weren’t there for her when she needed them the most, so now she suffers in silence. Even when things seem bleak and she feels nothing but desperation inside, she swallows the pain and puts on a smile.
Strong women are often expected to have their sh*t together by the people around them, which can lead to them trying to hide their true emotions from others. Even when they might want to scream at the top of their lungs, they’ll just nod their heads and listen instead They will do whatever it takes to be the good, strong friend that others expect them to be.
The strong woman you know wants to be a good friend. She doesn’t want to express her own problems to other people, because she’s used to having others pile their problems on her instead.
She might appear to be carved from stone, but inside she’s crumbling.
But no matter how much she might struggle, she keeps on going. Even when she’s at rock bottom, she digs deep and scrapes up whatever energy she can to carry on pretending. She manages to keep on putting one foot in front of the other, and no one else knows just how hard it is for her. She’s hurting, but she keeps on going. She’s brave, and she should be respected.
Maybe you should reach out to the strong woman you know, and let her know that you’re there if she ever needs someone to talk to. It could make all of the difference.
Just remember, Yes, they are strong, but they are also human.

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"I am Sorry To Myself I am always Disappointe Myself I Never Listen, I Never Think For Myself, I Never Stand With Myself, I Never Talk To Myself, I Never Understand Myself, I Never Love Myself, I Never Live Myself, Instead Of I Give My Time To Who Never Care About Me...."

I am Sorry To Myself I am always Disappointe Myself 
I Never Listen,
 I Never Think For Myself,
I Never Stand With Myself, 
I Never Talk To Myself, 
I Never Understand Myself,
I Never Love Myself, 
I Never Live Myself, 
Instead Of I Give My Time To Who
Never Care About Me....

So I Am Sorry To Myself....

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As I Began to Love Myself – Self Love Poem by Charlie Chaplin
As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth.
Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”.


As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebodyAs I try to force my desires on this person, even though I knew the timewas not right and the person was not ready for it, and even though thisperson was me. Today I call it “RESPECT”.As I began to love myself I stopped craving for a different life,and I could see that everything that surrounded me was inviting me to grow.Today I call it “MATURITY”.As I began to love myself I understood that at any circumstance,I am in the right place at the right time, and everything happensat the exactly right moment. So I could be calm.Today I call it “SELF-CONFIDENCE”.As I began to love myself I quit steeling my own time,and I stopped designing huge projects for the future.Today, I only do what brings me joy and happiness, things I love to doand that make my heart cheer, and I do them in my own way and inmy own rhythm. Today I call it “SIMPLICITY”.As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good formy health – food, people, things, situations, and everything that drewme down and away from myself. At first I called this attitudea healthy egoism. Today I know it is “LOVE OF ONESELF”.As I began to love myself I quit trying to always be right, and ever sinceI was wrong less of the time. Today I discovered that is “MODESTY”.As I began to love myself I refused to go on living in the past and worryabout the future. Now, I only live for the moment, where EVERYTHINGis happening. Today I live each day, day by day, and I call it “FULFILLMENT”.As I began to love myself I recognized that my mind can disturb meand it can make me sick. But As I connected it to my heart, mymind became a valuable ally. Today I call thisconnection “WISDOM OF THE HEART”.We no longer need to fear arguments, confrontations or any kind of problemswith ourselves or others. Even stars collide, and out of their crashingnew worlds are born.Today I know THAT IS “LIFE”!                           ----
#Charlie Chaplin ----

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#nojotoenglish
Expectations

What I expect of myself
Is to be a man of morality
And tranquility
To know that if I hustle
Hustle smart
If I play, play with skill
And if I work, work hard

What I expect of myself
Is to be an achiever
And not just a dreamer
To work harder and smarter
And not a Procrastinator
I expect of myself to be a true character
And not a fake actor

I expect of myself
to know that education
Gives me more information
That when facing complex situation
I would have more than just one solution

I expect of myself
To respect the beauty and art
Of creation
That with nature I must have
Communion
And since all man were created by God's hand
It is excepted of me to help a needed
Hand

I expect of myself
To know that knowledge
Is power
And that mental power
Is the only way to devour
Any oppressor
I expect to be a over comer

I expect to be a example
To show that faith and hard work will make any dream possible
To show that mankind is not trustable
That God alone is reliable

I expect of myself
To be a motivator
And not a complainer
I expect of myself
To be a man of love and faith
Not a man of pride and hate
I expect to be a winner
Not a quitter

I expect of myself to be
A brother
A forgiver
And not a condemner
Since religion say that I'm a sinner
It is expected of me to find my saviour
And to become a Repenter

I expect of myself to be the best that I can be
No matter what others say about me
I expect of myself to exploit my imagination with no limitation

It is expected of me to walk the road
Of success
To enjoy life to it's fullness
It is expected of me to move by faith
And not your opinion
That I am free to make my own decision With no restriction

It is expected of me to know
My history
And that my presence here is no
Misery
That I'm heavenly and divinely made
With a purpose to accomplish
Of what is excepted of myself.

The seeker

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Expectations

What I expect of myself
Is to be a man of morality
And tranquility
To know that if I hustle
Hustle smart
If I play, play with skill
And if I work, work hard

What I expect of myself
Is to be an achiever
And be not just a dreamer
To work harder and smarter
And be not a Procrastinator
I expect of myself to be of true character
And not a fake actor

I expect of myself
to know that education
Gives me more information
That when facing complex situation
I would have more than just one solution

I expect of myself
To respect the beauty and art
Of creation
That with nature I must have
Communion
And since all men were created by God's hand
It is excepted of me to give help to a needed hand


I expect of myself
To know that knowledge
Is power
And that mental power
Is the only way to devour
Any oppressor
I expect to be a over comer

I expect to be a example
To show that faith and hard work will make any dream possible
To show that mankind is not trustable
That God alone is reliable

I expect of myself
To be a motivator
And not a complainer
I expect of myself
To be a man of love and faith
Not a man of pride and hate
I expect to be a winner
Not a quitter

I expect of myself to be
A good father
A brother
A forgiver
And not a condemner
Since religion say that I'm a sinner
It is expected of me to find my saviour
And to become a Repenter

I expect of myself to be the best that I can be
No matter what others say about me
I expect of myself to exploit my imagination with no limitation

It is expected of me to walk the road
Of success
To enjoy life to it's fullness
It is expected of me to move by faith
And not your opinion
That I am free to make my own decision With no restriction

It is expected of me to know
My history
And that my presence here is no
Misery
That I'm heavenly and divinely made
With a purpose to accomplish
Of what is excepted of me

Ezra Briscoe/the seeker

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"She's strong but tired - Maverick ( Description in caption)"

She's strong but tired
- Maverick

( Description in caption)

She's strong but she's tired
For most of my life, I’ve felt pressure to be strong for others. For my friends, for my family, for partners I’ve had – anyone. I’ve always had to be the rock they could lean on.
People have always expected me to be there for them. Whenever they need help, I am the one they lean on. Empathy, advice, and reassurance are the things that people have come to know me (and in the end, rely on me) for.
I’ve always felt the weight of other people’s expectations on my shoulders. I’ve carried their burdens for so long that I’ve found I’ve left nothing for myself.
Nobody ever reaches out to me. Nobody makes sure that I’m okay. I have to be my own rock, as well as other people’s.
People take, and they take, and they take. They use me when they need me, they thank me for being a good friend, and then they leave. I’m lucky to even have someone ask me how I am.
Sometimes I think about how sad my lot in life is. I think about the fact that I am strong for others means that no one ever feels the need to be strong for me. Sometimes it makes me cry.
I’m expected to be okay. I’m expected to keep my sh*t together. If I ever opened up to people about how I felt, I doubt that they’d even know what to say. It’s like people don’t even consider the fact that inside I could be anything other than perfectly fine.
Well, I’m not.
I’m tired. I’m worn out. I’m fed up of being the ‘strong’ one. I’m done with being used.
I need to learn to be there for myself before I’m there for anyone else. I need to put myself first before I use my precious strength for other people. I need to be strong for my own sake.
I feel far more than I let on. The waves of life rock me every time they hit me, no matter how much I may seem to stand firm in front of them. Every single one sends me reeling. Every one has me wondering just how much more of this I can take.
But I will be okay. I know I will. I will learn to do for myself what I’ve always been able to do for other people. I will learn to carry my own burden. I’ll become strong for myself.
I could easily allow myself to dwell in my misery. I could torment myself with the knowledge that no one has picked up on how exhausting I find my role in life. I could torture myself thinking about how no one is ever there for me. But I won’t.
I’m going to turn over a new leaf. I’m going to stop giving people the things they’ve come to take me for granted for. I’m going to spend that energy on myself, and only give it out to the people who deserve it. The people who will give me the same thing in return.
Not out of spite, not out of revenge, but because I need to. Because I have to.
Because I’m done with being expected to be strong.

The strongest woman that you will ever meet are the
ones that hurt the most.


Think about the strongest woman you know. Think about how she always seems so capable, so calm and collected regardless of the circumstances. She always seems to know the right thing to do in any given situation, and she takes all the hardship in her life on the chin with a smile. She might seem like she’s invincible, like she’s able to handle absolutely anything without even breaking her stride. All too often, however, the strongest women are actually the ones suffering the most.
They suffer because no matter how tough they might appear to be, no one is invincible. No one is able to deal with absolutely anything life throws at them without batting an eyelid. No matter how much she might seem to be unaffected by the things that happen to her, the strong woman that you know feels just the same as you would inside.
In fact, she might even feel worse.
Many women that others perceive to be strong and fiercely independent feel under pressure to maintain the image of composure and strength that they’ve built up. Many of these women feel like they have no one they can be vulnerable with, no one they can open up to.
They’re left alone with their thoughts and feelings, bottling them up so that no one else has to deal with them. They have their backs to a dam, trying to hold back the water and stop it from bursting.
The strong woman you know just might be broken inside. She might feel totally alone, unable to tell anyone about how she truly feels. She might want so badly to be the rock that other people lean on that she never allows herself to lean on others from time to time.
She might appear to be unbreakable, but nobody knows what goes on in the deepest reaches of her heart. She’ll never allow anyone to get close enough for her to be exposed or vulnerable. Perhaps she’s been hurt too badly before. Perhaps the people she needed to lean on weren’t there for her when she needed them the most, so now she suffers in silence. Even when things seem bleak and she feels nothing but desperation inside, she swallows the pain and puts on a smile.
Strong women are often expected to have their sh*t together by the people around them, which can lead to them trying to hide their true emotions from others. Even when they might want to scream at the top of their lungs, they’ll just nod their heads and listen instead They will do whatever it takes to be the good, strong friend that others expect them to be.
The strong woman you know wants to be a good friend. She doesn’t want to express her own problems to other people, because she’s used to having others pile their problems on her instead.
She might appear to be carved from stone, but inside she’s crumbling.
But no matter how much she might struggle, she keeps on going. Even when she’s at rock bottom, she digs deep and scrapes up whatever energy she can to carry on pretending. She manages to keep on putting one foot in front of the other, and no one else knows just how hard it is for her. She’s hurting, but she keeps on going. She’s brave, and she should be respected.
Maybe you should reach out to the strong woman you know, and let her know that you’re there if she ever needs someone to talk to. It could make all of the difference.
Just remember, Yes, they are strong, but they are also human.

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"I am Sorry To Myself I am always Disappointe Myself I Never Listen, I Never Think For Myself, I Never Stand With Myself, I Never Talk To Myself, I Never Understand Myself, I Never Love Myself, I Never Live Myself, Instead Of I Give My Time To Who Never Care About Me...."

I am Sorry To Myself I am always Disappointe Myself 
I Never Listen,
 I Never Think For Myself,
I Never Stand With Myself, 
I Never Talk To Myself, 
I Never Understand Myself,
I Never Love Myself, 
I Never Live Myself, 
Instead Of I Give My Time To Who
Never Care About Me....

So I Am Sorry To Myself....

#aayushipatil #nojoto #Nojotostories #Stories

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