“Don’t ever say you are an ordinary person having no attractive personality. Remember that Poetries is written in black, and still it possesses the power to fill our hearts with its millions of color.”
How often do you find yourself saying to yourself “I’m not good enough”, “I can’t do this”, “I will fail” etc. The opinion about ourself is often not the best and we are our biggest critics. Our mind does constantly evaluate everything we do or experience. To every impression it attaches a label like “good”, “bad”, “pretty”, “boring” etc. And with this we start to categorize – black or white…
In fact, we as individual personalities are much more than a label we are so multifaceted. Actually nor black or white – we are colorful and unique individuals. Realizing that you are more than ordinary is not easy. And I would even argue that with the rise of Social Media the problems with comparing your life with others has increased. How often do you look at pictures of others, and think that their life is perfect and you are boring? Remember, you are extraordinary from inside out!
I feel like ordinary often is associated with routines or comfort zones. When your life looks dull and you feel you know your daily habits and just everyday looks the same…
Here is the point I want to make: As soon as you step out of your comfort zone or try simply something new – you’ll realize that your life gets exciting and extraordinary. Coming with that, curiosity and courage will bring new excitement into your ‘ordinary’ life. Be adventurous! (More about that in this post!)
Speaking shortly about the outfit: I always told myself that black does not suit myself and I just look boring. However, giving myself a chance and stepping out of my comfort zone: I find that even a black dress can be colorful and worn with excitement. Even if I love colorful outfits a lot more, it’s fun to experiment with black too 🙂
What do you think? How do you make yourself feel extraordinary? Do you know that feeling of “being only ordinary”?
“Ordinary people believe only in the possible. Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see it as possible”
― Cherie Carter-Scott