Be Powerful

Series: “Accepting Our Appearance”

Be Powerful

Everyone has freewill of the mind, body, and spirit; this freewill is the authority to govern our identity as we wish. Power is a choice. Power is the peace of strength. Power is attainable if you choose to be powerful.

How we appear to others is determined by how we see ourselves.We must take ownership of who we are!

Rather than obsess over what your appearance can for you, see what can be done for your appearance. We have the power and right to tend to our lives. If there’s room for improvement, make a change.

Circumstances and conditions can make us feel like the victim, but we have the power to define how far our foundation can be manipulated.

If we find a flaw we’re unhappy with, we must ask, “Why is this aspect of my appearance so important to me?” If the answer is something or someone outside of our control, we have to challenge our perception.

We are the architects of our lives. We construct our own reality. When we exist to please others, we take our blueprint for peaceful acceptance and hand it over, affirming, “Please, go ahead, destroy everything. Do whatever you want. Mold me as you wish. I have no say in the matter.”

Why do this?

The power is yours!

Don’t let any external power threaten your inherent right to discover and love who you are.

Our lives are ours to shape, enjoy, and develop.

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6 thoughts on “Be Powerful

  1. For me it has nothing to do with something or someone outside myself. For me, it is way to avoid having to think and feel the real issues that are plaguing me. It is a way to numb myself from the uncomfortable feelings of happiness and sadness. My appearance is more of an escape mechanism than a fashion statement. One of the reasons I do play the fashion game though is that it gives people something to focus on other than me, per se. It gives us something to talk about that isn’t real.

  2. Please watch Killing Us Softly if you have not already. You can find the video on Youtube. It goes very much with what you are saying. And I think it’s important to point out that women not only have to be skinny, but “firm” as well. Advertising in the 1970s and 1980s used to be geared towards losing excess weight, but now the modern women must also have zero jiggle areas; which is basically impossible and makes women feel terrible about themselves.

    • Feel free! Whatever you have to do, to be a better you, don’t let anyone stop you from getting it done!

      The resources are available…with your ability and action, you can always achieve more!

Go on and yourself! Let's keep the peace, seek knowledge, and philosophize! Let your thoughts be heard...

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