Instead of judging people, try to be a little nice.
If you are blessed with things others don’t possess, that doesn’t mean you get to have the upper hand.
If you have more money and you can afford things some people can’t; it doesn’t mean you have the right to gloat about it.
If you are blessed with a perfect body as compared to your fellowmen, it doesn’t give you any right to bully someone else for their ‘type of body.‘
If you are at a higher post, and you think it is part of your job to be mean and bossy so you can keep people in line. Well, there is a difference in being authoritative and a jerk. Learn to differentiate.
There are million examples, where people think they are better than their fellowmen but they can’t be any more wrong.
If you are blessed with something, be thankful and stay down to earth. Believe me, that will be gain you more respect than being a tormentor and a jerk.
There are some things in life which make you cry like they happened, the very moment. You feel the same level of pain, that you felt months or even years ago. Sometimes the emotions get a lot more intense than they were on that ‘actual day’. And you feel like you can never get over it.
I have been there.
You cannot turn a painful memory into a happy one. You cannot turn a loss into a gain. But you can move your focus form the gloomy picture and take notice of the brighter side.
The pain is part of this life, but so is joy. Now it depends on us, which we choose to keep in focus.
You might be hurt now but after sometime you will grow out of it. The wound will heal, but what you have said or done during that ‘hurting period’, is there to stay. The scars of your actions are permanent.
Do not let a temporary wound, leave a permanent scar.