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.