Why? Because liking of any person or thing is always subjective and no two people have the exact likes, dislikes, tastes or opinions. Know that there will always be those whom do not like you and be okay with it because it bares no reflection on you. We all move in different circles and directions.
It’s just how life works and how we were made.
Continue to love and embrace yourself as the person God made you to be. Continue to enjoy the friends and loved ones you do have and never mind the people you don’t have. They aren’t important.
Embrace your differences because no two people are the same. Accept every flaw and quirk you have. Accept no one’s ignorant, cookie-cutter version of what you should be. You are enough!
Imagine how utterly and downright boring life would be if we were all the same. Imagine a world full of white people, black people or Hispanics- a world full of people with blonde hair and blue eyes or dark hair and dark eyes- a world full of skinny people…or overweight people- or if everyone had the same tastes opinions or beliefs!
It would be like living in a town in which all diners were pizza parlors and served pizza but nothing else. Yuck! I love pizza, but I wouldn’t want to eat it every damn day!
So love being different. Know that there are people who love you and are begging to spend time with you. And above all else, know that God loves you. You will be alright.
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My biggest boost of confidence was when I was asked to travel as an organist.
I worked hard learning the piano. I did not take lessons but I would spend hours trying to copy a certain style of Gospel Music.
I can honestly say I do not take a back seat when it comes to playing piano or the organ.
That’s awesome that you taught yourself how to play music! Truly commendable!!!
That would definitely boost confidence! I’m proud of you!
I learned fairly early that I didn’t need to let the opinion of others determine my opinion of myself… It was just that – their opinion. It was their inner dialogue and not mine!
I’m so glad you learned early in life. So many people learn this late in life, after wasting their youth trying to bend to others expectations. Kudos to you!