Don’t blame people for disappointing you, blame yourself for expecting too much from them.
I agree with the quote because usually when I ask someone to do something, they most likely do it not to my likely. I wouldn’t call it wrong because that is the right way for them. It would be easier for you to do the job that to rely on someone else. For example, if you want to make a card for someone and had the cut-outs and you wanted your friend to cut on the bold lines, and not the dotted lines, but did vice versa, you 'd most likely reflect and do it yourself the next time.
You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep on re-reading the previous one.
I personally love this quote because of experiences I 've been in. Some like not having a father. I haven 't seen my father since I was 18 months old. I can 't always dwell on why I don 't have a father, instead, I 'll go on and realize that I have a loving mother, grandmother and sister.
“If you’re born poor, it’s not your fault. But if you die poor, it’s your mistake.” -Bill Gates
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Most people don 't think I 'm that self-conscious so they usually joke with me, but I actually take it quite seriously most of the time. It 's not that I 'm ashamed of my appearance, it 's that sometimes I think that my skin color with stop me from making friends in some cases. I 'm being totally honest too. I think that people will just judge me no matter what my personality is like. For example, I will refuse under any circumstances share the names of the following people, but when I was in gym my friend and I over-heard them talking bad about me. This really brought down my self-esteem, but I act like nothing is wrong around her. Everytime I 'm away from her, I regret not
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This is a quote that I personally remember because you can’t disrespect yourself. THEY ARE ALWAYS SORRY REMEMBER
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