I cultivate inner beauty.

Anyone can look good early in life. Inner beauty endures. I focus on qualities that are more than skin deep.

I develop compassion. When I see someone going through a difficult time, I reach out to them. I let others know I care. I resolve conflicts by trying to see the other person’s side of an issue. I look for solutions that benefit everyone.

I put forth my best efforts. Work and play fill me with enthusiasm.

I appreciate humor. I take my personal growth seriously, but I am also able to laugh at myself.

I strive to be patient. I know that I need others to be tolerant of my weaknesses. I want to show them the same consideration. I also know that anticipation heightens any pleasure.

I focus on kindness. I look for opportunities to pay it forward.

I give generously. I donate my time and money to charities I care about. I bring cookies to the office and invite new employees out to lunch.

I express gratitude. Thanks to the generosity of others, I have food to eat and clothes to wear. I treat others with respect and keep them in my prayers.

I demonstrate moral courage. I speak up for values that are important to me.

Today, I cultivate beauty through my thoughts, speech, and actions. I search for beauty in my heart, rather than on my face. I feel beautiful from the inside out.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Who is the first person I think about when I try to define inner beauty?
2. What 3 strengths contribute the most to my inner beauty?
3. How can I recognize the inner beauty in any individual I meet?

1 thought on “I cultivate inner beauty.”

  1. The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you werent too busy looking for attention.

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