About Dignity

Recently, when I was wandering around the great Internet universe looking for God knows what, I came across this definition of “Dignity”. It was written by Shannon L. Alder, a female author on Goodreads who describes herself as “a woman that woke up one day and decided that her life was going to be a legacy that her children would be proud of.

I read it a couple of times and, the more I read it,  the more I liked what I read. Let’s see what Shannon has to say:stairpath

Dignity:
1. The moment you realize that the person you cared for has nothing intellectually or spiritually to offer you, but a headache. 

2. The moment you realize God had greater plans for you that don’t involve crying at night or sad Pinterest quotes.

3. The moment you stop comparing yourself to others because it undermines your worth, education and your parent’s wisdom.

4. The moment you live your dreams, not because of what it will prove or get you, but because that is all you want to do. People’s opinions don’t matter. 

5. The moment you realize that no one is your enemy, except yourself.

6. The moment you realize that you can have everything you want in life. However, it takes timing, the right heart, the right actions, the right passion and a willingness to risk it all. If it is not yours, it is because you really didn’t want it, need it or God prevented it. 

7. The moment you realize the ghost of your ancestors stood between you and the person you loved. They really don’t want you mucking up the family line with someone that acts anything less than honorable.

8. The moment you realize that happiness was never about getting a person. They are only a helpmate towards achieving your life mission.

9. The moment you believe that love is not about losing or winning. It is just a few moments in time, followed by an eternity of situations to grow from.

10. The moment you realize that you were always the right person. Only ignorant people walk away from greatness.” 

When it comes to dignity, think twice. Lose whatever you have, but never lose your dignity

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