Scars Motivational Quotes

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We all have scars. If we embrace them and choose to learn from them, they will make our lives more interesting, and they will gift us with deeper perception.
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Diamante Lavendar (Finding Hope in the Darkness of Grief: Spiritual Insights Expressed Through Art, Poetry and Prose)
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I have hope in who I am becoming. I have belief in every scar and disgraceful word I have ever spoken or been told because it is still teaching me and I have hope in who I am becoming. They say it takes 756 days to run to someone you love and they also say that the only romance worth fighting for is the one with yourself and I know by now that they say a lot of things, people talking everywhere without saying a word, but if it took me all those years to learn myself or teach myself how to look into the mirror without breaking it I know for a fact that it was a fight worth fighting. I stood up for my own head and so did my heart and we are coming to terms with ourselves. Shaking hands, saying ”let’s make this work for we have places to go and people to see and we will need each other” So I have hope in who I am becoming. It’s July and I have hope in who I am becoming.
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Charlotte Eriksson
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Max's scarred brow crinkled. He reached for the coffee mug on his desk. β€œMotive is tricky. See, what might be a good reason for me to kill someone might not be a good enough reason for you to kill someone." Swift stared at his hands loosely clasped around his ankle. β€œI wouldn't. Deliberately hurt anyone." "And my impulse is to hurt anyone who hurts you.” When Swift's gaze lifted to his, Max said, β€œSee how that works?" He did, and while it wasn't intended as a compliment, it did warm his heart in a funny way. He managed to joke, β€œWhy, I think that's the most romantic thing anyone's ever said to me.
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Josh Lanyon (Come Unto These Yellow Sands)
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The moon stays beautiful with its craters So why then are you afraid of your scars?
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Zubair Ahsan
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A warrior is defined by his scars, not his medals.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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Gillette--The best a man can get." I stared at the screen. What happened to me? I was meant to be one of those guys, vigorous and athletic and successful and, most of all, American. I was going to walk on the moon, be a movie star or a rock got or a comedian. I was going to have an amazing life and kids with Helen and die like Chaplin a thousand years from now in my Beverly Hills mansion surrounded by my adoring family, with the grieving world media standing by. Instead, I was just another show-business mediocrity. A drunk who shat his pants and ran for help. My life had been careless and selfish. Pleasure in the moment was my only thought, my solitary motivation. I had disappointed whoever had been foolish enough to love me, and left them scarred. I was a very long way from being the best a man can get.
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Craig Ferguson (American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot)
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A fighter never gives up. His scars are his ornaments. He may never be whole, yet he’s bigger than all his battles and beautiful, even in his brokenness.
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Mona Soorma (Soul Food And Instant Karma)
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We all have scars & deep pain. It's what makes us human & vulnerable.
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Anshuma Sharma
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Healing is your right, your responsibility and the risk you can't afford not to take.
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Thaiia Senquetta (Honey peppered tongue)
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They are inked all over my skin; The words I wish that I could have said, The things I wish that I could have changed, The wounds, the scars, the struggles, and all the names of those who once did me wrong. The way I have it all written on my body has strengthened that soul of mine within, It makes me unstoppable and much more proud of my journey, how far I’ve become, and of the woman I grew up to be…
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Samiha Totanji
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Your deepest scars tell the world of your greatest triumphs.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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I will not play it safe! I want to experience the length, depth, and breadth of life. I'm not just here for the victories... I'm here for the scars.
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Steve Maraboli
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For every spirit who is learning: you heal yourself.
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Thaiia Senquetta (Honey peppered tongue)
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Scars are proof that you struggled, fought, and survived.
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Avijeet Das
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Here you are. Still standing. Fierce with the reality of love and loss. Wearing the truth of our hearts on your tattered sleeves. And yes, this one very nearly took you out. And yes, there were days when the darkness was heavy and the climb out of that rabbit hole required you to mine your depths for strength you didn’t even know you had. But here you are. Broken open by hope. Cracked wide by loss. Full of longing and grief and the burn of that phoenix fire. Warrior painted with ashes. Embers from the blaze still clinging to your newborn skin, leaving you forever marked with scars of rebirth. And just look at you. Heart broken but still beating. Arms empty but still open. Face raised to the sky and giving thanks for the light, even when it hurts your eyes. My god, you are beautiful.
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Jeanette LeBlanc
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My fears teach me courage. My weaknesses coach me to strength. My scars remind me not to make the same mistakes. I can become who I long to be by loving who I am now.
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Toni Sorenson
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Scars are your greatest medals in life.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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Know that time is a balm that slowly heals all wound. You'll heal, you'll learn to live with the scars, you'll love again and you won't be the same, nor would you want to
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Val Uchendu
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Scars will hardly go away but with time they'll fade
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Qwophi Opare
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A warrior is no greater than the scars he endures in battle.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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Where you see scars I see art Where you see flaws I see incredible beauty Where you see failures I see knowledge and growth Everything is perception You see with your eyes I see with my soul It’s how you rock And how I roll.
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Melody Lee (Vine: Book of Poetry)
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The battles I’ve conquered, The scars I’ve struggled to hide The faces of all those have done me wrong, The breakdowns I overcame with grace and pride; They’ve been maps; colorful maps drawn From skin to bones. As a gentle reminder of all the roads not taken And all those miles I’ve walked alone. A blissful paths to the woman I always aimed to be; A woman with a peaceful mind and a gentle soul…
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Samiha Totanji
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Chimerical words, the words were written, Some are wasted; some are still on the page, Tattered words, the words were written, Some are young, some are aged, Gloomy words, the words were written, Some are unspoken, some are told, Words were hurt, though they can heal, Words are breathless, though can feel, Words won hearts, words shattered hearts, Words lost battles, words won wars, Wars within, words had scars.
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Nishikant (The Papery Onions)
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What’s the point of complaining about your tragedies, obstacles, and scars? What’s the point of playing the role of victim? What’s the point of revealing your misery to others no matter how close they are? No one will ever feel your pain or how much it hurts. No one will understand your fears or why you suddenly couldn’t hold on anymore. It’s your road, you’ve walked it barefoot among all the difficulties! I am sure too that you know your way, and your heart will guide you to the best destination if you only trust the light within...
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Samiha Totanji
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Thank you to my past oppressors. The scars you left behind taught me to view pain differently...
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Astrid Ferguson (Molt)
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I'm a wanderer, a lost soul a bright fire in midst of sea a free spirit with a radiant heart a glorious Knight with beautiful scars.
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Jayesh Ahari
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plucking sense from a liar’s tongue is rather like dancing on fire to embrace scarring.
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Susie Clevenger (Splinters)
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The world’s greatest survival stories are in scars, not trophies.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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Don't ever allow the disharmony of others to become your own a mindful practice of discernment (and the dislike for wearing bullshit) builds the eye, heart and spiritual muscles.
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Thaiia Senquetta
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Scars prove to the world that you were brave enough to overcome something.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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I Am More Than My Race. Labels do not define me. I was told my β€˜whiteness’ will get me far. Is that right? I cannot tell because all of my life, their definition of β€˜far’ left me a scar.
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Charlena E. Jackson (Why Are You Obsessed with My Race?)
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Teach me how to be loved. Let me show you how to love me well. School me in the workings of your heart, in the language of your bones. Let my open palm memorize the shape of your face. Tell me the stories of your scars so I can trace them with the honor of understanding. Do you see this fault line? It is where I was broken, over and over again, by the ones who came before you. Are you willing to take that in? My wide open eyes? My truth lives there, if you look for it. I have been loved by those who didn’t care to discover all that I am. Will you be the one to see me whole?
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Jeanette LeBlanc
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You must have thought more times than you realized "it will hurt". You should know it may. Okay. It may hurt immensely to open you up in your safe, dark space, sporadic light and chaotic air hitting you unlike anything you have known. Sometimes it will feel impossible to swallow. Because finding your way back to you involves telling the truth about oneself while pushing through a field of trees that are all whispering different tones of you.
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Thaiia Senquetta (Honey peppered tongue)
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It’s the scars that tell you who people are and that help you understand their motives. Understanding scars breeds compassion, and compassion breeds sight, and sight leads to forgiveness. How blind humans are while they think they see so clearly.…
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Daniel Black (Twelve Gates to the City)
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In every era there comes a moment when the collective thoughts, whims, and motivations of a people become so self-absorbed, so malignant, so unheeding that nature itself revolts. Man scars the land such that it finally rebels against him. As thoughts can spread despair and death like seedlings of weeds strewn by the wind, so they eventually draw the Gardener to pluck them out. The vetches must be pulled, roots and all. When this happens, the Medium ceases to bless, and instead, it curses. Instead of healing, it spews poison. It happens swiftly and terribly. The ancients gave it a name, this culling process that blackens the world. They named it after a wasting disease that occurs in once-healthy groves of trees. They called it the Blight.
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Jeff Wheeler (The Blight of Muirwood (Legends of Muirwood, #2))
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Scars remind us that we were once naΓ―ve, vulnerable, or too kind. Our vulnerability was to the point that we were laid at the mercy of another person. And that individual measured our vulnerability and equaled it to their own gain. They decided to harm us instead of saving us.
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Mitta Xinindlu
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The source of all things, the luminescence, has more forms than heaven's stars, sure. And one good thought is all it takes to make it shine. But a single mistake can burn down a forest in your heart, hiding all the stars, in all the skies. And while a mistake's still burning, ruined love or lost faith can make you think you're done, and you can't go on. But it's not true. It's never true. No matter what you do, no matter where you're lost, the luminescence never leaves you. Any good thing that dies inside can rise again, if you want it hard enough. The heart doesn't know how to quit, because it doesn't know how to lie. You lift your eyes from the page, fall into the smile of a perfect stranger, and the searching starts all over again. It's not what it was, It's always different. It's always something else. But the new forest that grows back in a scarred heart is sometimes wilder and stronger than it was before the fire. And if you stay there, in that shine within yourself, that new place for the light, forgiving everything and never giving up, sooner or later you'll always find yourself right back there where love and beauty made the world: at the beginning. The beginning. The beginning.
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Gregory David Roberts
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It's easy to cry that you're beaten β€” and die; It's easy to crawfish and crawl; But to fight and to fight when hope's out of sight β€” Why, that's the best game of them all! And though you come out of each gruelling bout, All broken and beaten and scarred, Just have one more try β€” it's dead easy to die, It's the keeping-on-living that's hard.
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Robert W. Service
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..:Even the pros fall and get wounded. True ones won't hide nor be ashame of their wounds and scars. They'll show them and look back at them as a reminder that, what at one point seem impossible, was possible when activating that one major task, the first step. True pros will show their wounds and scars as a motivation and inspiration to others along tre way:..
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Rafael Garcia
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You whisper, you keep quiet, you shout, you cry and then, you choose silence because, during some moments of life, you truly believe that nothing can make you smile again but soon, not so easily but definitely, you come across someone who falls in love with you, every inch and every part of you, with your scars, with your past, with your voice, with your twists and turns.
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Author Jyoti Patel
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Have you ever been too old, too young, too big, too small, too smart, too dumb? Have you ever been too fat, too thin, too shy, too loud, too slow to win? Have you ever been too scared to try, too small to play, too young to die? Have you ever been too weak to fight, too little yet, or not quite right? Have you ever been too dark, too light, too black, too brown, too red, too white? Have you ever been put off ’til last, the odd man out, the jerk they sassed? Have you ever been the one black sheep, the naughty child, the nerdy geek? Have you ever been the butt of jokes, the timid soul, the oddest folk? Have you ever been left out of fun, forgotten when the day is done? Have you ever been afraid to lose? Afraid to try? Afraid to choose? Have you ever been too rich, too poor, too venturesome, or just a bore? Have you ever had no clue at all? Nowhere to go? No one to call? Have you ever been without a friend? Have you ever wished the day would end? Have you ever had the biggest nose, the longest arms, the funny toes? Have you ever had the flattest chest? Have you ever had the biggest breasts? Have you ever prayed your luck would change? Have you ever felt your life was strange? Have you ever wished for something more, or something less than what you were? If you have ever felt this way, you're one of us I’m here to say. We've all been there a time or two because we're human, me and you. We've all felt different in some way because we are, and that’s okay. We've all been hurt; we've all been scarred. That's life. And frankly, life is hard.
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Richelle E. Goodrich (Being Bold: Quotes, Poetry, & Motivations for Every Day of the Year)
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I've defined myself, privately and abstractly, by my brief, intense years as an athlete, a swimmer. I practiced five or six hours a day, six days a week, eating and sleeping as much as possible in between. Weekends were spent either training or competing. I wasn't the best; I was relatively fast. I trained, ate, traveled, and showered with the best in the country, but wasn't the best; I was pretty good. I liked how hard swimming at that level was- that I could do something difficult and unusual. Liked knowing my discipline would be recognized, respected, that I might not be able to say the right things or fit in, but I could do something well. I wanted to believe that I was talented; being fast was proof. Though I loved racing, the idea of fastest, of number one, of the Olympics, didn't motivate me. I still dream of practice, of races, coaches and blurry competitors. I'm drawn to swimming pools, all swimming pools, no matter how small or murky. When I swim now, I step into the water as though absentmindedly touching a scar. My recreational laps are phantoms of my competitive races
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Leanne Shapton
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Mental health problems are like a stain, once they happen in your life you're scarred by it forever. You have to wake up every single day and make the decision to be better, and that’s not easy. No one understands what a big step it is for a self-harmer to say: β€œI almost cut today but I didn’t, because I made the choice that I wanted to go on and I shouldn’t hurt myself”. It took me a long time to understand that life hurts enough, people hurt you enough, you don’t need to hurt yourself. You have to make the decision to take care of yourself. I know I sound a bit like a motivational speaker when I say shit like that but sometimes that’s what it takes.
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Angel Haze
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Every day I wake up and re-commit to my health. This is a very important step for me. I let the past be the past. I try not to dwell on the mistakes I've made, because those kinds of thoughts only bring me down. I wake up every day with the thought that this is a new day. That today I am going to eat well, I am going to exercise, and I'm going to focus on being healthy and happy.
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Stephen Cremen (Battle Scars: My Journey from Obesity to Health and Happiness, Fifteen Years and Counting!)
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There are times when I'm exercising, or times when I'm around food, and I'll think, I just can't do this today. Or, I just can't walk that extra half-mile today. I may have been feeling overwhelmed or tired, or something else was happening in my life. But, I stop and think to myself, When you think you can't, try to do it anyway.
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Stephen Cremen (Battle Scars: My Journey from Obesity to Health and Happiness, Fifteen Years and Counting!)
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I know I don't have all the answers about weight loss; this is an evolving challenge, and I know I'll always be learning new things. I don't feel like I've uncovered some big mystery, but I've learned what it takes to overcome being overweight--and that it's not just about the food. It's about becoming the person you are meant to be in all aspects of your life. It's about removing the fears in life that keep us blocked. It's about being brave and learning to love yourself--no matter how you may feel about yourself.
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Stephen Cremen (Battle Scars: My Journey from Obesity to Health and Happiness, Fifteen Years and Counting!)
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negative emotions such as fear can also be powerful motivators. The ad in figure 6 shows a disabled man with a shocking head scar. The ad is impactful, communicating the risks of not wearing a motorcycle helmet. The words, "I won't wear a helmet it makes me look stupid," along with the patient’s mental age (post-motorcycle accident) of two-years old, send a chilling message.
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Nir Eyal (Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products)
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I will not live a stagnant life. I will explore the length, depth, and breadth of what this beautiful life offers. Wins and losses, love and heartbreak, laughter and tears... I’m not just here for the victories; I’m here for the scars. I refuse to experience anything less.
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Steve Maraboli
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The emotional scars of our mistakes will teach us far more than the joy of our successes
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Steven Aitchison
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Success demands a price that only a few are willing to pay ... blood, flesh, time, money, pride, heartbreak and energy. Anyone who has ever succeeded has the battle scars to prove the sacrifices they've made.
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Toni Sorenson (The Great Brain Cleanse)
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Roses have thorns,’ we whine. When thorns of life entwine. Simple things can bring solace to heart-Things everyone take for granted-Like tending beds of fragile roses-with heart full of scars
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Val Uchendu
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To become a better you, dare to take calculated risks and overcome your limitations. Your scars can make you a star, but you have to decide.
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Israelmore Ayivor (Become a Better You)
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My scars? They are proof that I tore into this world and it tore into me. They are a receipt for time purposefully spent. They are the memories I proudly point to while others timidly speak of their dreams.
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Steve Maraboli
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The scars of your hardship cant be erased only time will value n your heart will be placed.
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Sangeeta Das
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The scars of your hardship can't be erased. Only time will value and your heart will be placed.
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Sangeeta Das
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Responsibility;...the importance of habits,...- a willingness to fail, a willingness to begin again - that are essential to resilience...the single most important habit to build if you want to e resilient: the habit of taking responsibility for your life...The more responsibility people take, the more resilient they are likely to be. The less responsibility people take - for their actions, for their lives, for their happiness - the more likely it is that life will crush them. At the root of resilience is the willingness to take responsibility for results...Life is unfair. You are not responsible for everything that happens to you. You are responsible for how you react to everything that happens to you...The first word out of the mouth of the complainer is always "they"...as soon as we say "I am responsible for...", we take control of something...acceptance of responsibility is a powerful cure for pain. Even when seemingly powerless, the resilient person finds a way to grab hold of something - no matter how small at first - to be responsible for...If you take responsibility for anything in your life, know that you'll feel fear. That fear will manifest itself in many ways: fear of embarrassment, fear of failure, fear of hurt...Every worthy challenge will inspire some fear...Fear is a cor emotion. A life without fear is an unhealthy life...Proper fear is part of the package of responsible, adult living...Focus not on wiping out your anxiety, but on directing your anxiety to worthy ends. Focus not on reducing your fear, but on building your courage - because, as you take more and more responsibility for your life, you'll need more and more courage...Fear is a motivator. It can propel you...Fear works. Fear can make human beings do amazing things. Fear can help you to see your world clearly in a way that you never have before. Fear become destructive when it drives us to do things that are unwise or unhelpful. Fear becomes destructive when it begins to cloud our vision. But like most emotions, fear is destructive only when it runs wild. Embrace the fear that comes from accepting responsibility, and use it to propel yourself to become the person you choose to be...Excellence is difficult. An excuse is seductive. It promises to end hardship, failure, and embarrassment. Excellence requires pain. An excuse promises that you'll be pain-free...Excuses protect you, but they exact a heavy cost. You can't live a full life while you wear them...People who think you weak will offer you an excuse. People who respect you will offer you a challenge...All of these injuries have a hard truth in common. In the long term, the obstacle that stands between us and healing is often not the injury we have received, but ourselves: our decision to keep the injury alive and open long after it should have become a hard-won scar. It is not things which trouble us, but the judgments we bring to bear upon things...In truth, it's not the trauma that's most harmful. The harm comes when we make trauma an excuse to avoid the activities, the relationships, and the purpose that are its only lasting cure.
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Eric Greitens (Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life)
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Life isn't always what you want it to be. It has it's ups and it has it's downs, but you'll always come through scratched and scarred, but know that the experience is just going to make you stronger. A wise person once said.." What doesn't kill you makes you stronger" So, no matter how many times someone pushes you down in life, stand right back up and keep moving towards who you are, and what you want to do. No matter who you are or where you're from always remember you can make it through whatever anyone throws you if you just try hard enough.
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Charles E Hudson
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Don't be frightened by your wounds, celebrate them as priceless relics born of your toil.
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Abhijit Naskar (Every Generation Needs Caretakers: The Gospel of Patriotism)
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You gotta deploy patience and you gotta love the process. I’m addicted to the process of the battle scars, the setbacks. I don’t give a fuck about the end goal, I care the process, the enjoyment of doing it.
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Gary Vaynerchuk
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I did not grow so I can entertain my pain. I have grown to embrace my scars , because they made me who i am today.
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Thandazo Perfect Khumalo
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You & Your voice hold a value.. Your hurt & scars do Pain, Your happiness is meant to shine.. Don't let yourself go in Vain. Please yourself before pleasing others, You aint a possession of anyone, Your life is for you to choose, it will be your fate. Save yourself before its too late!
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Somya Kedia
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These scars... They are not just scars. They are apart of you. They can tell a whole story to a person who doesn't even know you. They can be the ticket to the way you are treated. These scars... They are you.
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yasmin peral
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Everyone has scars. Moses has scars. Elijah has scars. Jesus has scars. And, I have scars, that's what I call motivation.
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Stacy Snapp Killian aka StacyK
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Scars prove to the world that you were strong enough to overcome something.
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Matshona Dhliwayo
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In this life, we get broken fingers, torn knee ligaments, scars in the back of our heads, broken hearts, broken spirits... none of us make it into heaven without a limp. But the only thing we will truly regret, is not the pain we EXPERIENCED, but the pain we AVOIDED. Never settle for anything short of greatness!
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Michael V. Ivanov
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Black Roads Black roads have nothing to tell, they are embarrassing day by day, yet they smell awesome after the chaste heavy rainfall, even in the abject condition. Black roads burn madly in the detrimental sunlight during the whole day, yet welcome the God of sun everyday. Black roads always offer us a cool, bright strange place to introspect ourselves, to walk on it's burned skin everyday, yet it teaches us a new lesson everyday. Don't disparagement the roads for its daily serving to us, as Black roads are hard, still lenient to offer us a leisure walk on it. How are black roads feel much helpless while providing a loneliest path to a strange girl. Who says, there were no evidence. The falter black roads were the only evidence of the sight, when a girl raped or teased. These strange roads feeble each and everyday after watching this disheartened, excruciating act. They want a perfect strange road, on which everyone can walk independently, without thinking about the passing immortal time and the culprit people. "No worries in life, is simply a perfect destination for us" ~Sometimes, non living things teach us the best lessons. The words of black roads~ "I always take the help of those poor human being to prove my sacredness in front on the whole world. I don't want a heavy dauntless rain to remove the blood stains and scars of tears, instead i need the drizzle to wash the dust of love spread by everyone carelessly. I am pity helpless, yet great than this artificial human being who are creating a road full of violence" "The stains of the blood and the scars of the deadliest tears burns on my black skin everyday" Β© Deepak Gupta
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Deepak Gupta (Inspiring Life: Motivational Quotes That Can Change Your Life)
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I will not play it safe! I want to experience the length, depth, and breadth of life. I'm not just here for the victories... I'm here for the scars.
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Steve Maraboli
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For me, the most interesting people seem to have the bumpiest pasts. I prefer to connect with someone who has experienced the struggles, battles, and casualties of life’s journey. There is beauty, wisdom, and truth to be found in the scars.
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Steve Maraboli
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A significant part of being transparent is telling others the truth.
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Orencia R. Bulze (CAGED: Your Scars His Purpose)
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I show my scars so others know they too can heal
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Melissa Fortune (F the 10%)
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Healing is not a process, it is a choice. Nothing can heal your scars until you decide to.
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Shilpa Menon
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Never ever wish to be SUCCESSFUL like SOMEONE else. You don’t know their STORY. You are aware of their STRUGGLE. Behind that make-up, people hide their SCARS and injuries. Behind those expensive sunglasses, they hide their TEARS. And behind that positive outlook and attitude, they hide their FEARS. Be yourself. Write your own story.
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Sanjeev Himachali
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With time, scars turn into wisdom.
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Shilpa Menon
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In the end, you will heal. Your wounds will fade into beautiful scars. Your heart will remember your pain as only a symbol of your strength. The thoughts of your struggles will turn into giggles. Because you are not meant to suffer forever. You will not die in sorrow. You will heal. You will heal.
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Mitta Xinindlu
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The rejection of wise advice will lead up to a scarred life of regrets.
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Wayne Chirisa
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Life can be an enchantingly wonderful experience.... but it can also be tough, brutal, and unforgiving... but NOTHING can happen that God hasn't allowed... Don't give up!!! You're built for this... Designed for the victories AND the scars... Wear them with pride and let each day find you better, stronger, and more BADASSSS than ever!
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Steve Maraboli
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THE NAVEL IS OUR BODY'S FIRST SCAR,REMINDS US OF OUR ORIGIN, SERVE AS A GATEWAY TO OUR SURVIVAL IN THE WOMB, IS CONNECTED TO COSMOS, ALSO CALLED SOLAR PLEXUS,EXTRACTS SUN PRANA/ENERGY & ALSO COSMIC ENERGY. ACUPUNCTURE & ACUPRESSURE TREATS NAVEL AREA FOR SEVERAL AILMENTS.
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SACHIN RAMDAS BHARATIYA
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I have scars. They are not ugly. There is no need for shame. My scars are part of my story.
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The Thoughtful Beast
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Your scars do not define you.
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Nancy B. Urbach
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Remain close, don’t go far, hold hands and dance as the movements heal the scars.
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Shah Asad Rizvi (The Book of Dance)
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The road has not been easy, but you are still here. Still learning, but wiser; scarred, but healing; seeking the perfection and the beauty that is already yours.
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Bethanee Epifani J. Bryant
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Throughout our lives, pain visits us in turns. There isn't a human alive that hasn't been touched by pain. We all carry scars and wounds, but only some rise to the surface to be seen and commented on. Simply put, the story of pain is common to us all.
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S.K. Ali (Misfit in Love)
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The scars and wounds will heal, and even fate will listen to intent when you move a few dancing steps.
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Shah Asad Rizvi (The Book of Dance)