I maintain self-control and strong will-power at all times.
true strength comes not in the mastery of others, but in the mastery of oneself.
I never cease to create and imagine.
what I present unto the world can potentially make it and lives of others more beautiful and endurable.
I am child-like, playful, and curious, pursuing adventure and excitement, and seeking out new opportunities
being so encourages and increases my appreciation for this reality; it is the difference between merely surviving and actually living
I continue to grow, learn, and improve mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
a stagnate being is worthless, and an empty life futile.
I do unto others as I would have them do unto others and myself, too.
it is the most effective way in which all parties can peacefully survive and co-exist; cooperation should be instinctive.
I do unto to me as I would have myself do unto others; I reserve the right to say “no”; I calmly accept and learn from my errors; I do not unnecessarily speak ill of myself; I forgive myself, so that I may properly forgive others.
I am responsible for living my own life, and only for my own life. I cannot properly respect others until I first respect myself.
I take action so as to produce results from my words and ideas, knowing when to cease planning and begin doing.
my life will not start until I begin it. a journey does not necessarily require a map; but always does it require that first stride.