March Break
“We do our best work on hate. Hate can fuel our desire to make our immediate world a better place.”

“I do not care so much what I am to others as I care what I am to myself”

Most people experience lots of judgment and care too much about what other people say about them. Everyone can and will have their own opinions in life. There have been many stereotypes and categories made up that people have been placed in overtime for things like appearance or personality. Some people jump to conclusions and don’t notice what they’re saying means. So much is said and done through places like social media without any chance of punishment. Little thought can be put into a comment or remark that can have a big impact on someone’s life. In reality, all that matters is your self-image. Having a good self-image builds up your confidence, motivation, and belief in yourself. Although self-confidence is a very visible trait that is especially easy to see, there’s a big difference between someone who is cocky or self-centered and someone who is focused on their positive self-image. It’s also different than not listening to or caring about what other people say or think about you, as a good amount of the time other’s opinions and thoughts can be helpful to know. It’s best to make sure that you are confident and have trust in yourself as much as possible, but also to never get caught up in it or put yourself above others. Don’t compare yourself to others, trying to put someone down or ending up putting yourself down because you don’t think you’re as good as someone else. Focus on improving and pushing yourself as much as possible while keeping in mind the people surrounding you in life.

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