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Loving Deep Inside

Loving yourself while appreciating who you are, what type of life you have molded, and how satisfied and fulfilled you are feeling is really what it is all about. Becoming a robust individual who takes on the world by overcoming adversity, all the while you carve out the shape of things to come. Create a meaningful lifestyle whatever tickles your fancy.

The ideal path, no one can say for sure because everyone has their own agenda and desires. What is considered to be right for some is wrong for others. Many choose the steady nine to five jobs in the city, others like staying up late until the early hours of the morning, and then sleeping all morning to get up around lunchtime.

It doesn’t matter where you are today, what your circumstances are, or what kind of existence you have chosen. As long as loving deep inside is what you are all about, you can make things happen. Your belief in yourself is what is going to propel you forward to reach your objectives. Self-esteem and self-confidence are game changers that provide upbeat interaction; the drive to be successful. 


Self-esteem and self-confidence overlap, but they are different. Self-esteem refers to whether you appreciate and value yourself. Your self-esteem develops and changes as a result of your life experiences and interactions with other people. Self-confidence is your belief in yourself and your abilities.

It takes two to tango, but only one to climb a mountain. Aim high and try until you can fly with automatic precision. Don’t let dream stealers convince you otherwise. By consistent action there will be a reaction. If the result is good, then make it better. If the result is poor, then try again until you’ve got it right. Build the life you deserve!

Wishing you success!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary builder:

Adversity (n) = hardship, difficulty, danger, misfortune, harsh conditions, hard times, (ant) privilege. "A state or instance of serious or continued difficulty or misfortune in the face of adversity." 1. adverse fortune or fate; a condition marked by misfortune, calamity, or distress. Friends show their true colors in times of adversity. 2. an adverse or unfortunate event or circumstance. 

Whatever tickles your fancy (idiom) = This idiomatic expression is used when something pleases you or strongly engages your interest, though it can also be used as a euphemism for sexual pleasure or attraction, especially in women. 

Steady (adj) = stable, firm, solid, fixed, sturdy, sound, secure, balanced, (ant) rickety

Upbeat (adj) = positive, cheerful, optimistic, buoyant, bubbly, up, happy, (ant) downbeat

It takes two to tango (idiom) = If you say it takes two or it takes two to tango, you mean that a situation or argument involves two people and they are both therefore responsible for it. Divorce is never the fault of one partner; it takes two.

Dream stealers (n) = Dream stealers are those people who tell you all the reasons why you can’t achieve your dreams. They may be mean spirited like my wife's high school advisor. They may not want you to succeed when they can't or won't. There are people in life that always want to bring you down and steal your dreams. 'Dream stealers' are any person, circumstance, or thought that influences you to belittle, quit, or give up on your dreams.

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