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Stop Allowing Your Own Insecurities to Color the Way You Interpret Someone Else's Intention - Unknown

Stop Allowing Your Own Insecurities to Color the Way You Interpret Someone Else’s Intention – Unknown

Insecurities linger in all of us. Some of us are wearing it on our sleeves, some of us keep them hidden behind confident smiles, and some of us introduce them when we speak our name.

However we carry them, they are the introspective view into ourselves; the things we allow to make us feel inadequate, excluded, and uneasy about who we believe we are. They are the color palette we use to paint our perspective view of the world, each other, and possibilities.

With an assortment of colors, our color palettes are ready to help us create; but the colors we choose to use are the ones we see in the mirror.

The colors we have painted ourselves with, the ones we wear on our sleeve, hide behind the confident smile, and the ones we introduce when we speak our name.

These colors are the colors on the tip of our paintbrush, creating our masterpiece of a life, relationships, and reality.

Take a look at your color palette. What colors are predominant? Deep dark tones or light airy hues? Angry bold reds or peaceful quiet blues? Inquisitive grateful greens or dull gloomy grey?

The wonders of colors are in the possibilities. The possibility to create, to change, to lighten, to darken, to express, to be whatever it is we would like to see. Before we accept the way we are seeing ourselves, our world, each other, and our realities, let’s take a look at the tip of our paint brush and the color palette we are dipping them into.

Stop Allowing Your Own Insecurities to Color the Way You Interpret Someone Else’s Intention – Unknown
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About Lily Daub

Lily Daub - I am a freelance writer and dedicate myself to being a student of life. I am passionate about learning, sharing, and being witness to other's learning and sharing. I believe in the collective spirit and improving this world through compassion and love. Besides contributing to The Seeds 4 Life, I also write on my personal page 10lewrites.wordpress.com

11 comments

  1. Awesome read…

  2. It’s always hard to pull the self out of our understanding of anything. We always color what we see around us with the palette we’re given. It’s a truly wonderful individual who can use someone else’s palette.

  3. I think people underestimate the influence they have on their own lives. We get to choose how we live every day and those choices are informed by our experiences, or our “palettes.” Perspective is found when we borrow someone else’s paints.

  4. This is so beautiful
    This is like my favorite blog on WordPress ????????
    Happy Blogging

  5. Only recently, I consciously realized for the first time that my own negative opinion of myself makes me believe other people must feel this way about me too. It was a shocking revelation for me because, in past years, I wasn’t able to differentiate between how I see myself and how others actually see me.

  6. disqus_sslYDueKOl

    Wow, this is so true and i’m very happy that i’ve come across this. It really resonated with me. New blog follower! πŸ™‚ Cheers!

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