If you want good things to happen in your life you have to believe good things are possible for yourself.
Quit allowing negative and cynical thinking to steal the good life you deserve.
Quit assuming you are finished. You are not finished or washed-up. Maybe you are just beginning.
Quit comparing yourself to others; to both their fortune and misfortune. Their life is not your life anyway; you have your own life to live. Don’t harbor resentment because some appear to be doing better than you, or guilt because others appear to be doing worse. Resentment and guilt are commonly and closely tied to worthiness issues and are not constructive in the long-term. They may be useful — like all emotions — but not as a platform for building a positive and healthy life. Prolonged feelings of resentment and guilt will block your opportunities from arriving. Focus on your own development.
Try to manage your own suffering with as much dignity as possible.
Try to carry both your burdens and successes with calm and centeredness. Open yourself to the possibility that your challenges, no matter what they may be, are the most honest and giving expressions of life you will ever know.
— Bryant McGill