Sunday, 12 May 2019
- The ownership of beauty
- The regal aspect of compassion
- Free will attribute of splendor
If beauty is to be regal and thrive, the stewardship of it is critical.
Compassion’s ownership is translated by our personal definitions of human dignity. Meaning: free-will directly effects our choices of who to extend mercy to and who gets a cold shoulder.
True compassion encourages and builds up people. It is not pretty to demoralize others when we have emotional scars from hurts ourselves.
True compassion can be extended because of hurts; it recognizes and understands the need for mercy because it is mercy. It is empathetic.
Being hurt downright hurts. So? Hurt! Express it. Cry, laugh, yell, go play golf, have ice cream, just do something to allow yourself to ‘feel’ the hurt in productive ways that help heal you. Repressed feelings eventually regress character strengths.
- Do I give my compassion room to grow?
- Do I allow myself to receive compassion from others or do I insist that ‘I can do it all by myself’?
- If I am still healing from past hurts, will I allow myself to use those memory markers to be the catalyst that repairs my compassion since I know what it means to need compassion first hand?
Exercise for the day:
Easy challenge: Use today to be compassionate towards yourself by pampering your personal appearance. It is not vane to be the best version of you; it’s actually responsible and invokes regeneration.
You are beautiful, radiant and splendorous, so BE beautiful, radiant and splendorous.
Beauty heals Sovereignty