And that goes for ourselves as well.
Sometimes echoes of the negative talk I used to hear, replay in my head.
I remind myself that people with flawed personalities
look to tear down others, in the hopes of feeling better about themselves.
I was watching a cute little film the other day
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
about of group of misfit high school kids that connect with each other.
The best line: "Welcome to the land of broken toys".
You didn't want to be part of the perfect people...
You identified with the misfits who were real.
They were genuine, caring, supportive, and perfect in their imperfections.
Everyone struggles with something
How we handle our own imperfections and accept ourselves
is a lifelong learning process.
Here's to being REAL
Once again, I'm working on pushing the exercise...need more attitude.
The lentil soup came out great yesterday...definitely a new favorite.
I used Alton Brown's Lentil Soup recipe, but I added skinless chicken thighs, 3 stalks of celery and 3 carrots, and I added a tiny bit of ginger and chili powder for a little heat (.25 tsp each).
One mistake...a couple of my cans of chicken broth were not low sodium.
But I didn't add any additional salt...so it wasn't bad...
just not as low sodium as I hoped for.
Make it a great day...thanks for your support...Be Amazing today