Material things don’t matter. Don’t chase the money. Catch up to the ideas and activities that make you come alive. Go for the things of greater value – the things money can’t buy. What matters is having strength of character, an honest heart, and a sense of self-worth. If you’re lucky enough to have any of these things, never sell them. Never sell yourself short. - via:

So who are you gonna give your house, car, and bank account to when you enter the grave?

I understanding talking about how hard you've worked to pep talk yourself... But I keep running into people who want to prove they're so much better then everyone else.. No one cares how many followers you have on Instagram, that doesn't make you a good person or "somebody"-- and why is everyone trying to be better then everyone else?!?! Being an ordinary person is part of each of our superpowers, why do so many want to rob themselves of that?!?!!. Just be yourselves you boasty bastards…

THE FOOL... Magnet

a fool tells you what he will do; a boaster what he has done; the wise man does it and says nothing. so true!

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No matter how big your houses how recent your car is or how big your bank account is our graves will all be the same size stay humble


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... those who win battles we know nothing about.

The strongest people are those who win battles we know nothing about - true strength

"MUCH OF MY SPIRITUAL PROGRESS does not come directly from God, but through my ability to humble myself and hear Him speak THROUGH IMPERFECT PEOPLE... I know that the more I humble myself to others, the broader my understanding of God has actually become." ~ Francis Frangipane

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Two things define you. Your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything.

Two things define you. your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything. Not sure if I agree that this is what defines a person, but it's definitely food for thought.

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So True .You’re not the same individual you were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. You’re always growing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life.

SO wise. I'm guilty of struggling with this. The truth is I respect people more when I know they have a lot they aren't showing/telling.  I think we all respect those people more.

Have more than you show. Speak less than you know - William Shakespeare, King Lear inspiration positive words