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2 Things Change & Choice Equal…

            I have been teaching the value of  Self-Love for the last 40 years of my life. Here are my thoughts …

SELF-LOVE – the acceptance of  ‘Life is Only 2 Things… Change and Choice’

It’s easy to argue that self-love is the acceptance of the idea that life is composed of change and choice. Accepting that change is a constant in life, and that one’s thoughts, ideas, beliefs, feelings, intuitions, actions, faith, knowledge, and love are defined by billions of spectrums weighted on a positive and negative scale. By accepting this, one can learn to navigate through change, by making choices that align with their values, beliefs, and goals. This acceptance can also lead to a more positive self-image and self-esteem, as one can learn to focus on the present moment, and to make the most of the experiences they are given, rather than dwelling on what could be different.

Self-love also implies accepting and embracing one’s own imperfections and understanding that the complexity and diversity of human experience is not a flaw but a richness. It’s about treating oneself with kindness, respect, and compassion, and not being too hard on oneself.

Self-love is also about being aware of the interconnectedness of one’s spectrums and how they shape our being, and how they impact not only ourselves but also those around us. It’s about understanding that we are part of a larger collective and that our choices have consequences.

In summary, self-love can be seen as the acceptance and integration of the philosophy that life is composed of change and choice and that our being is a complex and diverse installation of experiences, emotions, and influences. It’s about being kind to oneself, and living in alignment with one’s values, beliefs, and goals, while also being aware of the interconnectedness with others.

If one does not love self, then they can not accept the love of others.

If one does not have self-love, they may find it difficult to accept love and affection from others. Without self-love, one may have a negative self-image and low self-esteem, which can lead to feelings of insecurity, self-doubt, and unworthiness. These feelings can make it difficult for one to trust and accept love from others, as they may believe that they do not deserve it or that it is not genuine.

In addition, without self-love, one may also have difficulty setting healthy boundaries and taking care of themselves, which can lead to unhealthy relationships and codependency. Without self-love, one may put others’ needs before their own, and may not be able to recognize when they are being taken advantage of.

On the other hand, when one has self-love, they have a better understanding and acceptance of themselves, their strengths, and their limitations. They also have a healthy sense of self-worth and are more likely to surround themselves with people who treat them well. They are also more likely to set healthy boundaries, and make choices that align with their values, beliefs, and goals.

I stand firmly in the belief, self-love is important because it is the foundation of one’s ability to love and be loved by others. Without self-love, one may find it difficult to accept love and affection from others, may have difficulty setting healthy boundaries, and may not be able to recognize when they are being taken advantage of. With self-love, one is more likely to surround themselves with people who treat them well, have a healthy sense of self-worth,

…and make choices that align with their values, beliefs, and goals, which ultimately leads to healthier and more fulfilling relationships. Self-love also allows one to be more resilient and to navigate through difficult situations and challenges with more ease. It also allows one to be more compassionate and empathetic towards others, as they understand that everyone has their own unique experiences and struggles.

Self-Love could be seen as a guide for each spectrum that we’ve discussed previously. It allows one to have a better understanding and acceptance of themselves and their experiences, emotions, and influences. It allows one to navigate through change and make choices that align with their values, beliefs, and goals. It also allows one to focus on the present moment and to make the most of the experiences they are given, rather than dwelling on what could be different.

Self-love also allows one to be more mindful of the interconnectedness of their spectrums and how they shape their being, and how they impact not only themselves but also those around them. It allows one to understand that they are part of a larger collective and that their choices have consequences.

Self-love also encourages one to treat oneself with kindness, respect, and compassion, and not being too hard on oneself. It allows one to embrace and accept one’s own imperfections and understand that the complexity and diversity of human experience is not a flaw but a richness.

Therefore, self-love can be seen as a guide for navigating through the different spectrums of life, and for making choices that align with one’s values, beliefs, and goals, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and satisfying life.

I Theorize

Life is a complex and diverse experience, made up of different spectrums such as thoughts, ideas, beliefs, feelings, intuitions, actions, faith, knowledge, and love. These spectrums are constantly changing and evolving, shaped by both positive and negative factors, and ultimately create a unique sculpture or installation of who we are as a person. The philosophy that life is two things: Change and Choice, emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and the power of choice in shaping our lives and our being. It encourages individuals to be mindful of their thoughts, ideas, beliefs, feelings, intuitions, actions, faith, knowledge, and love, and how they shape their spectrums and ultimately their being. It also emphasizes the idea that change is an inherent part of human experience and that how we navigate through change is largely determined by the choices we make. Additionally, it brings attention to the interconnectedness of human experience and how our choices impact not only ourselves but also those around us.

Self-love is the acceptance and integration of the philosophy that life is composed of change and choice, and that our being is a complex and diverse installation of experiences, emotions, and influences. It’s about being kind to oneself, and living in alignment with one’s values, beliefs, and goals, while also being aware of the interconnectedness with others. Without self-love, one may find it difficult to accept love and affection from others, may have difficulty setting healthy boundaries, and may not be able to recognize when they are being taken advantage of. With self-love, one is more likely to surround themselves with people

 

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