Let Me Ask You A Question – 6/15/17

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This morning’s post was about how someone changed my life.  Let me ask you a question…

Is there someone in your life who made or is making you a better version of yourself?

27 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 6/15/17

  1. My daughter, she is an inspiration to those in the workplace and around her. As head of three schools she is no pushover but is kind, thoughtful, caring, forgiving and just has a beautiful soul. Her glass is half full, as is my own but she reads a situation weighs everything up then supports the people who need it most. Almost too good to be true you may say but she is constant I have never had cause even for a moment, to question her morals or her conviction. Despite her workload she juggles her time for friends and family leaving no one out. She supports, mentors and genuinely cares. I am proud to be her Mother and honoured to share her life.

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  2. A lot of people contributed to make me a better person. And not just people I had good experience with, or people I loved. We tend to think about the people who encouraged us to be better persons, but sometimes “bad” relationships also push us into becoming a better version of ourself 🙂

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  3. The first one was my eighth grade teacher. I know it sounds corny but she was the first person who made me realize what I could do.

    The second one was my husband. He helped me become a better person. He was always there when I needed him 🙂

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  4. Well, of course, it’s my wife. I often tell her that I’d be living in a cardboard box under a bridge if I didn’t have her. It’s not that far from the truth. She encourages me and brings me up when I’m down. She also helps me stay grounded in reality.

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    • Why do you think family has some a huge impact on us? I get the love and the other things, but anthropologically speaking, what is it about family that has such a profound impact on our psyche?

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      • Maybe because they are the people we consider the most important in our lives? Because we know that they are always supporting us but also always honest?

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