I never saw a wild thing (animal) sorry for itself. D.H. Lawrence (1885–1930), English writer
Thought... avoid self-pity. It's distracting and serves zero purpose. I
like the distraction point. If we are feeling sorry for ourselves, or
as some have described a 'pity party' (who doesn't like to party?) then
also taking time away that we can use to focus on the fix. So , here is a
question for today:
What circumstances are you likely to feel
sorry for yourself today and how, instead can you look at them and work towards
Focus on the fix, not the problem. Do you look at the storm or the
rainbow? The point is, we all have the ability to directly change our
despite our own natural inclination to feel sorry for ourselves.
Don't be a victim!
Have a most positive day!