are you really proud of who you are?
some people look at themselves in contrast to others around them and wish they were someone else.
yes of course ..............................................................................................
that is the most foolish thing that one can do, no wonder so many people are miserable, in addition to being miserable do evil things to innocent people. Creating a wealth of negative karma waiting in the bushes. What makes it worst they wonder why they are never happy but continue to live and think in the same fashion day after day after day. Oh well this may not be the answer you are seeking, but this is what I've decided to give cause you can't and will never be able to walk in someone else's shoes or receive what they are destined to receive. No matter how much hell you give them. More than likely in the end your hell will only work in their favor and in the end you will still be and feel the same way. So you're better off finding your strengths, dealing with your own weaknesses and enjoying the life that you are here to live instead of destroying it........ciao
Vonda G. Nelson
I am proud of myself, short to the point. But I am still trying to prove the better of me till now. However, I am not trying to achieve the better of me in comparison with some one else.
I think most of the decisions I have made in life are sound ones, I said most, not all. I think we all have room for improvement and I am no exception. There are many things that I have thought about changing, but in the end I ask myself if it would really make a difference. That is what usually effects my decisions.
I can say with a fair amount of certainty that I am a decent person with good morals, so yes that makes me proud of who I am.
My accomplishments are just 'dressing on the salad', they don't change the essence of who I am, just make me a little bit better.
I guess you could ask, Am I proud of who I have made myself into? The person that you are is a conglomeration of your parent's influence, your environment, and what you take from everything that you see and experience. So if you are asking if I am proud of how I respond to and adapt to my external stimuli and then internalize and take away a lesson from what I have seen, then I guess that I could say, Yes.
actually i am. i have come a long way in the last 20 years, through some very rough times and i'm a pretty good person now.
Yes I'm proud of who I am. May not have done everything right or the best way, but I tried my best.
yes i am proud of who i am.in most of our life we found our self in such a situation where we felt that we could someone else.but still i am felt that i am proud to be myself.what decision i have taken in my life are valued to me i am still standing with that.....
No I am not proud of me-I will never be until I die.
You know-there are so many things have to be done yet!
yeah i am proud to myself that who i am and thanks to god for this that now i can say that i am really proud to myself
From most people's prospective, I am a huge success and I have the perfect life. But to be totally honest, I feel like I am an underachiever, and that I can and should do and be more.
I am proud of myself about some things, but I am not proud of myself for other things. I don't do things to hurt people physically or emotionally, and I am proud of that. I don't put myself first, and for that I am not proud of myself sometimes because I end up losing in more ways than one.
There are some things that I take pride in.
There are things that I wish I could erase.
At the end of the day, I will deny no truthful thing.
I can truthfully say, that I do not spend my time comparing myself to others, but rather to what I could have been, could have said, could have done.
I am a believer..........in hindsight........even when it applies to me.
Pride is an interesting animal. I like to think I've left such childish ways in the past, but I still feel its vulnerability from time to time.
If there ever was a root to all evil, it would be ego. This is the "self" which needs to be killed before we can enjoy everlasting life. When one feels "pride," it is usually ego in the middle of it all.
Have I done good? I like to think so. Could I do better? Certainly. Everyone could.
I believe that to appreciate life, to cherish and enjoy each moment, it is very important to have belief in yourself. You should proud and adore yourself.
Yes. I may not have done things in life correctly but I learned from my mistakes and I am proud of who I am and what I have become. The pride I carry in myself will allow me to succeed where others have doubts.
Yes, I'm really proud who m i, I'm simple and sober looking forward for life and work hard in all condition of life like a fighter, and also try best possibility to improve my life standard, and surrounding environment.
always catch good habit from other.
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