Self-Appreciation Assignment

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“Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so let us all be thankful.”
— Buddha

When you are undergoing a process of recognizing values, worth, and capacities of your personal aesthetic or physical, social, and spiritual aspects, you are actually appreciating yourself.

Generally, self-appreciation enables you to understand your self-worth of what you knew about your whole being, of wanting to know more about your inner person, of accepting yourself as who and the way you are, of what you like or wanted doing, and of what you want yourself to be.
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You become less likely taking for granted all the blessings that come your way. You would even appreciate the worst, for it may even become a blessing filled with positive benefits.

Your list should also extend to all the praises and compliments you receive, which you should be accepting graciously Never ignore them. Otherwise, not only does it send a strong message to the giver that you are unworthy of praise, but also, you paint a bad impression of yourself for not valuing the opinion of the compliment giver.


Appreciating is an act of niceness. Niceness is kindness, and kindness is a desirable behavior marked by a pleasant disposition, ethical qualities of being generous, considerate, friendly, and having a deep concern for others. Therefore, by deductive reasoning, you ought to kindle the kindness in you if you engage in appreciating.

Kindness is a virtue, and recognized as a value, which is actually inherent within the state of mind of all humans. Thus, by nature, people are good… all of us!

Remember, we are all a creation of His image and likeness, which is all-good. Something certainly just came wrong that made us impure along the way while living our own lives, not to mention the imperfectness of our

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