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Seeing the Awesome in Others

Bit of Awesome

 

She always saw the little bit of awesome in people, even when they couldn’t see it themselves. And she took the time to point it out to them. – Queenisms™

Spread a little joy. Look harder at everyone you meet. Keep looking until you see something in them that is awesome or at least nice. Then reflect that back to them so they can see themselves through your eyes. Don’t give in to the temptation to reflect the negative back to them. All they’ll see then is anger, hurt, fear or worse. Amplify the good. Calm the bad. Be the lens for a brighter, healthier, happier world, won’t you?

Special thanks to Kirstie Kingston for sharing her photo of her mom, Barbara.

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6 Responses to “Seeing the Awesome in Others”

  1. pat says:

    I just love this message—and it is a great reminder of how I want to live in the new year. Merry Christmas!

  2. Chris Mcbride says:

    Thank u for today’s message on seeing the best in people but especially ignoring
    The negativity in others. It Truly does amplify the negative vibes I really needed
    This at this time. Thanks for all your inspiring thoughts!!

  3. Pam Costa says:

    Merry Christmas Beautiful Queens! Many Blessings for an Awesome and Uplifting 2014.

  4. cindy says:

    Merry Christmas to you, too, Queen Pam.

  5. cindy says:

    Queen Chris, I think we all need to hear that every now and then. We’re human and we forget and react, returning anger for anger and it just never works. Wishing you a peace-filled New Year!

  6. cindy says:

    Queen Pat, we write to remind ourselves because it’s so easy to see the negative that sometimes we need to purposefully look to see the awesome. And, it’s almost always there.

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