You can always improve you, and by that I don’t mean you can get a new watch, new clothes, a new husband/wife, or a new house because they are only accessories, they are the things you have attracted into your life because of your current attitude towards yourself.
The thoughts you have about other people are a good indication of how you feel about yourself, if you think the people in your life are wonderful and you’re so lucky to have them, there is very little room for improvement; I’m delighted you have so much faith in yourself.
On the other hand, if you think everybody you interact with are total morons and you can’t understand why they act the way they do; you have room for improving how you think about yourself.
If you’re one of those people who give out about the Government’s inability to do anything constructive while they were in power but you don’t vote at the elections; that’s not good.
If you criticise the Government’s actions and vote to remove them at the elections, that’s good for you.
How do we analyse ourselves?
The only way to improve you is to improve the quality of your thoughts, in order to that you have to analyse the thoughts you possess about yourself and other people;
- Are the people you interact with mostly positive or negative?
- Are you concentrating on them rather than fixing your own life?
- Do you get overly emotional about subjects you have no control over?
- Do you think everybody is talking negatively about you?
- Do you hold grudges which are more than a day old?
- Do you give out about other people behind their back?
- What kind of articles are you attracted to?
- Do people give out about other people to you?
- Do you believe people look down on you?
- Do you look down on other people?
- Are you envious of what other people have?
- Are people jealous of what you have?
- Do people spread lies about you?
- Do you share unproven stories about other people?
- Do you share the positive or negative stories you hear in the news?
- What kind of stories do the people you interact with share with you?
- What are your thoughts first thing in the morning?
- Do the thoughts you have about your behaviour keep you awake at night?
The answer to every one of those questions will give you an insight into your thoughts; if you don’t like the answers, change your thoughts. If you like the answers, you are comfortable with who you are.
The only things we have complete control over are our thoughts and they control what we see in the world around us because;
“We don’t see things as they are; we see them as we are.” ~ Anaïs Nin