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You take your personality with you everywhere you go. You are judged (and sometimes mis-judged) by it. It opens and closes doors; it can make you friends and (sadly), it can lose them.

Take care today to value your personality. Tend to it, forgive its faults and gently correct them if you think you need to.

 

3 Responses to “Don’t Leave Home Without It”

  1. Good reminder. Moreover, this post suggests that “I” and my “personality” aren’t the same thing 🙂 which I agree with. The question comes then, who is “I”? Warm wishes, Sam 🙂

     
  2. It’s a rather “philosophical” question for which there are a myriad different perspectives 🙂 Wishing you a great day, Sam 🙂

     

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