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July 4, 2022 at 6:20 am #403451KartikParticipant
According to me, there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to drugs and spirituality.
Many people believe that using drugs can help unlock parts of our unconscious that we otherwise wouldn’t be able to access.
On the other hand, some people believe that drug use can lead to a spiritual emptiness or detachment from reality.
It’s ultimately up to the individual to decide what works best for them.June 28, 2022 at 12:08 pm #403147KartikParticipant
I think every person is unique & beautiful in their way. There is no need to feel like we have to be the most beautiful person in the world to be happy. Because everyone in this world is not perfect, everyone has some demerits. I think a person is more confident & happier when we stop trying to be someone we are not. & start embracing our beauty.
1. Start by accepting yourself for who you are – This might be the most challenging part, but it is essential.
Start by accepting yourself for all your flaws and weaknesses. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be better positioned to start accepting other people too.
2. Remember that beauty is in the eye of the beholder – This is a crucial lesson to remember – what one person sees as beautiful,
another person may not see as such. There’s no one right way to be beautiful, and that’s okay!
3. Focus on your happiness – Ultimately, being happy with who you are is what will make you the most beautiful person in the world to you. If you’re happy with yourself, others will likely be, too – even if they don’t think so at first glance!
So there you have it – some tips on starting to ease into the idea of not needing to be the most beautiful person.
Remember that it’s okay not to conform and that plenty of other wonderful people are just as beautiful as you are!
There’s no need to feel pressured to be the most beautiful or perfect in every way. Instead, focus on being your beauty and accepting yourself for who you are. It will help you feel more confident and content in your skin, no matter what other people think.