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Be A Gold Digger❤️✨


"She doesn't even think twice before uttering"

"He could have done something fruitful Instead of wasting his time on that"

"She is so arrogant & cocky"

We all have such thoughts running in our head whenever we interact with people! 

But my question to you is "Are you a gold digger or a dirt digger?"

Wondering why I'm asking this? 

Well, If you are among those who like to point faults in people, this habit of yours may ruin you!

Yes, you might not realise it, 

But,

It's an ultimate recipe of misery

We all have sensitivities that are specific to our upbringing, isn't it?

All that matters is how you look upon others,

Sometimes the ego that exists in our small portion of mind dominates our thoughts & it often provides a subtle psychological lift to our self esteem by diminishing the value of others

Its so easy to find a million flaws in someone, or to find reasons to dislike someone,

It's easy to disagree with someone, or put someone down.

That’s something anyone can do. 

Anyone can focus on the negative in someone

But, it takes a humble mind to think of the good in others

Maybe if we sought out gold instead of dirt, the world might be a better and more peaceful place.

Don't you think that too?

So start with yourself first,

Be an example for others and make them wonder why you are different and unique ✨

Be the one that finds gold❤️

The more you invest in recognising the greatness of others the more it'll translate into recognising your own greatness🙌

Always remind yourself how small you are in the amazing wondrous world around you!

If we eliminate fault finding by turning within through the eyes of introspection, we'll realise how Imperfect we are!

For 1 fault we identify with someone, if We resolve to find 10 errors within ourselves we will become so busy digging up the dirt within ourselves that there may not be opportunities to point fingers at others🙌

I love this quote bt Eleanor Roosevelt- " Strong minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people" 

So, stop verbalizing your negative thought even if you have a thought!

Create a filter in your mind and remind yourself everytime "If I can't say something nice, I should keep it to myself" 

Try doing that! You'll feel much happier and better❤️




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