SOAPBOX of the week: Fabulously flawed you

“When you love yourself, you forgive your own imperfections.”    – Marilyn vos Savant, magazine columnist

There’ll come a day when you stop agonizing over your love handles, crow’s feet and crooked tooth.  When you embrace your obsession with a clean car and dressing–on-the-side.  And when you can tell both your boss and your in-laws that they’re darn lucky they’ve got you!  That’s the day when you shift your own paradigm –finally accepting 100% of the YOU you’ve become…wrinkles, weird habits and all.  It’s perhaps one of the most powerful perspective changes, for it opens the door to the 2nd part of your life…where you realize the value of your perfectly imperfect self and can now focus outward on all the good stuff that’s been waiting to include you.  So, learn to love and you’ll love to live.

Copyright 2008 by Kimberlie Dykeman

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One thought on “SOAPBOX of the week: Fabulously flawed you

  1. Kimberlie,
    Your wisdom is way beyond your years. It took me four decades to discover myself and begin to accept me for who I am. THANK YOU for sharing this information. You speak the simple, yet profound truths that carry us through each day. You are a precious jewel…a crown to the generations to come. Speak on…speak loudly. You have something wonderful to say!
    Much love,
    Jan Goss

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