N is for Nothing and Nobody

We’ve all been there.

Those moments when we feel invisible.

Like we’re nothing. A nobody.

Invisible.

No one likes to feel that way. Everyone is worth something.

Sometimes, though, we forget.

When you catch someone believing the worst about themselves, what do you do?

You can make such a difference! Remind them about their worth.

And when someone goes out of their way to make you feel that way? Take a page out of Pink’s book when she addressed a few haters… Is it any wonder I’m such a big fan?

At the end of the day, though, it all starts within ourselves, right?

To change the world, we start with us. By lifting someone else up. By choosing to see the best in ourselves, and looking at our weaknesses as opportunities rather than with hate and self loathing. So why don’t we help each other out?

What’s the nicest thing someone’s said to you lately? Share something admirable or heartwarming that you witnessed recently…. Let’s spread some uplifting goodness!

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5 thoughts on “N is for Nothing and Nobody

  1. ramblingsfromamum says:

    I’m a huge Pink fan too, she’s a brilliant advocate for rights, for feeling good about yourself ..for dare I say it just being who you are without guilt about body image. The nicest thing someone has said to me lately? Today after the Service I conducted, some of the Assembly coming up and saying how beautiful it was and what a good job I did. ☺️ Something heartwarming? I wish I could think of something, but I haven’t witnessed any acts of kindness or heartwarming of late…hence a good post…let’s dig them out! 😉

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