We are quick to judge others. We are quick to criticize others. We are quick to jump on conclusions. We are quick to point fingers at others.
If we don’t like what someone said to us, or how they reacted, how they acted in the first place, than hail mary!
But, what if the roles were reversed?
What if you do the exact same thing, but you don’t even realize it?
Would you then judge yourself or criticize yourself or point fingers at yourself?
On the path to self-improvement, you have chosen to consciously improve yourself and become a better version of yourself.
The more you reflect and become aware of yourself, the more you realize how much and where can you improve at.
After becoming aware of something, then understanding it and implementing it and making a part of your lifestyle, you also realize the deeper you go, how many more layers are there to peel.
Layer after layer, version after version, there’s always something to improve, to become better at, and that is the journey of self improvement.
Such a journey may sound tedious, or long, but rather, is an enjoyable one, one that keeps you on your toes, one that constantly helps you better yourself and indeed make your life better.
This journey of self-improvement is never over.
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