Stop caring about other people’s opinion of you
Unless you’re trying to make a great first impression (job interview, first date, etc.), don’t let the opinions of others stand in your way. What they think and say about you isn’t important. What is important is how you feel about yourself.
Stop caring about being politically correct
I had a discussion with a friend yesterday about censorship and how speaking a certain way simply to please others contributes to the loss of one’s true inner voice.
Stop caring about what everyone else has
Instead, appreciate where you are and what you have right now. Try comparing yourself to those who have less, those who are dealing with tragedy, and those who are struggling to survive. Hopefully it opens your eyes to all the things you should be grateful for.
Stop caring about the imaginary state of perfect
Remember, the real world doesn’t reward perfectionists. It rewards people who get things done. Only by wading through years of practice and imperfection can we begin to achieve momentary glimpses of the perfection.Stop caring about being right all the time.
Stop caring about being right all the time
There are few absolute ‘rights’ and ‘wrongs’ in the world. What’s right for you may be wrong for me, and vise versa. People need to live their lives their way – the way that’s right for them.
11 thoughts on “5 things to STOP caring about”
YES. YES, YES. Thank you!! Beautiful art as always!
Thank you for your kind comments.
Personally I think the world is a much better place with people being politically correct. I’d just as soon not know the despicable thoughts and personalities of a great many of the people in the world, and that includes my Texas relatives, which is why I’m estranged from them. I don’t need that kind of negative stuff in my life.
I like what you have done with the photos – did you use Fotosketcher? I’m an artist and Fotosketcher helps to simplify complex scenes for me – helps me to figure out where to start.
Thanks for your comment. I had never heard of Fotosketcher but I will be looking that up soon. thanks for sharing.
(Thanks for visiting me too!) ~ Lynda
Hello Donna, thank you for visiting and liking Molecules of Emotion blog. I think I will need to apply or should that be “do not apply” a few of the points in your article.
Grt thoughts – hard to carry out. Super images. Thanks for sharing ;)
Thank you for your comments. You are right they are hard to carry out. Baby steps
Do you have manipulated the pics? They look great!
I often take one of my original photos and Cartoonize it. thanks for asking