Self-Worth Love vs Ego

Never confuse self-love with big ego, the two are entirely different. A big ego requires a person to think they are better than others and will put others down in order to keep that perception.

Self-love means you are your own best friend and you love, accept, consider, encourage, care for, and believe in yourself. Through that, you are able to do that for others even indirectly by inspiring them to do the same.

To be grateful for the gift of a lifetime means to love love you.

-Doe Zantamata

Intuition - Inner Peace

Your instincts, your conscience, your gut feeling…they're all part of intuition. 
Even when your mind tries to convince you to pursue people or circumstances that rejected you in order to feel validated, it never feels right inside if you do. 
If you ignore intuition, you'll find chaos. 
If you listen to it, you'll find inner peace. 
-Doe Zantamata

Forgiveness - Knowing

Forgive yourself for not knowing what you didn't know before you learned it. 
-Doe Zantamata


From the book, "Quotes About Living"
now available in PDF eBook:

Trust - Explaining Perspective and Feelings

Always assume that people cannot understand your perspective and feelings unless you've explained them to them. What is so clear from where you stand may be completely invisible from a different perspective.

If you do explain and they still don't get it or just don't care, then it doesn't mean you've wasted your time. It just means that you now know for sure that if you value being understood or considered, this won't be a person who can do those things very well if even at all.

-Doe Zantamata

Time - It is everything

It both creates and destroys all things.
It is the ultimate giver and taker.
It is kept but cannot be held.
It is both feared and appreciated.
When used foolishly, it is regretted.
When used wisely, it can reveal the purpose of a life and change the world.
-Doe Zantamata