We play the biased judge in our lives so much. I was under the shame of one night in my life. I found it so easy to accept and believe the negative and reject even a hint of postitive. No matter what I attained or accomplished I always shrugged and feared I would be outed as a con or fake.
We reject the mountains of evidence on our behalf that weighs a lot more than one night. And yet we give more importance to that one event than a life time of achievements and accolades. I was given employee of the year once and I casually went "okay". I found it so odd. Did I hang on to it? No, did not embrace it in the first place.
There is so much more to you than one night. I know it is so hard to believe that. Your life is more than one night.
Edited by prisonerID (11/12/10 07:29 AM)
Edit Reason: grammar
Broad statements often miss their true mark.