Living Genuinely – Embrace & Accept 'Everyday Life'

 

Give yourself a spiritual hug and say, "I accept you." When we embrace ourselves – our faults and our best – we are quicker to embrace and accept others for their mistakes, their differences, and their best. This doesn’t mean we’re going to be best friends with everyone. It just means that when we let go of what doesn’t work in us and accept ourselves for who we are in this moment, we less likely to judge others harshly. We learn compassion for ourselves and for others. There’s a peace about living honestly and truthfully that translates into our relationships. As a result, we’re more likely to attract others who think and act similarly and help those who are hungry to do the same. Source: Live Love Leslie

A beautiful artwork showing 'Everyday Life' of the poor people in my homeland, Cambodia. This painting depicts a scene from the life of beautiful young couple selling food from village to village to make a living.

http://leelavadeeflower.blogspot.com/2014/10/living-genuinely-embrace-accept.html

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Comments

  1. Nagina Arif

    October 11, 2014

    This is for jendhamuni shut up

  2. John Said

    October 11, 2014

    🙂 the world needs more +Jendhamuni Sos 's . have a great weekend jen, and thank you for always being kind

  3. Muhammad Safdar

    October 11, 2014

    Misearable conditon which mean no priority for improving their living condition by the rulers.

  4. Courtney Collins

    October 11, 2014

    Ravel appear 5050 Lincoln spell appear but I feel hey babe I see much yeah boo but he's in love

  5. Maheswar Ojha

    October 11, 2014

    A beautiful story is legibly painted.

  6. Amir l

    October 11, 2014

    Very nice and attractive!

  7. Umar Saleh

    October 11, 2014

    A wonderful lesson,i like ur idea a gud teacher.

  8. Mohan M

    October 11, 2014

    True msg ..

  9. Sam S.

    October 11, 2014

    The painting above depicts Khmer farmer life style and the poor in Kampuchea/Cambodia selling foods from village to village to make a living. It's also part of Khmer culture as not only food was being sold, but Beauty and Makeup as well as depicts in the video below of Makk Theung story from the past.

    Khmer Makk Theung story selling Makeups from village to village.
    http://youtu.be/J02f9KzimXk?t=5s

  10. Akshita Raturi

    October 11, 2014

    +Nagina Arif Miss Nagina. This isn't the right place for u to be. This place is for people who are judicious n compassionate n humane… so plz stay away… n yes, U SHUT UP

  11. Chanthy Houn

    October 11, 2014

    រូបភាពស្អាត់

  12. Akshita Raturi

    October 11, 2014

    +Jendhamuni Sos we love u Jen for all the beautiful thoughts u share with us. World needs more of it… thankyou 🙂

  13. Ashok Kumar

    October 11, 2014

    Nice art
    Good afternoon Ms. Jendhamuni Sos
    Hope you are doing good

  14. Pargut Singh

    October 11, 2014

    Dear Jen, My apology and commitment to reprioritize my life helped, but it didn't make things all better overnight. It took days and weeks and months of consistent effort-work to end of a day and apologizing for not being a better person in life and sharing with others emotional connection and say sorry for the mistake. Uh thank you again.

  15. Bojon Sil

    October 11, 2014

    Cases of the buddy from Berlin

  16. Arif Khan

    October 11, 2014

    Wooooow soooo sweeeet ….love u.

  17. Aldair Cota Machado

    October 11, 2014

    Li agora o texto da postagem e acho muito certo! Até mais!

  18. Carlos Bation

    October 11, 2014

    Happy Family get together..hugs and kisses

  19. usman ali

    October 11, 2014

    Really life of our villagers

  20. deovic02

    October 12, 2014

    your hot jendha muah muah…,

  21. Kelcey Putri

    October 12, 2014

    Beautiful painting n Nice work!

  22. harmeet bahra

    October 12, 2014

    Hamare Sweet Sweet babies honge fir wo bade honge and they will look after us. Fir Marrige aur bhi beautiful ho jayegi.

  23. Cathy kish

    October 12, 2014

    Beautiful words to build our minds.

  24. Srey Pov

    October 12, 2014

    Good all i love Cambodia.

  25. Pohor than

    October 12, 2014

    Picture in Cambodia


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