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    A person's self-esteem has nothing to do with how she looks.

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    All the extraordinary men I have ever known were chiefly extraordinary in their own estimation.

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    All the wonders you seek are within yourself.

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    Believe in yourself and what you feel. Your power will come from that.

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    Don't wait for everything to be perfect before you decide to enjoy your life.

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    Being an MP feeds your vanity and starves your self- respect.

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    Each person is a V.S.P. (a Very Special Person) because we are each created in the image of God.

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    Embrace and love all of yourself - past, present, and future. Forgive yourself quickly and as often as necessary. Encourage yourself. Tell yourself good things about yourself.

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    Hard work breeds self-respect.

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    How would your life change if your self-esteem improved?

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    I am as bad as the worst, but, thank God, I am as good as the best.

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    As a youth, I hated myself for not being good enough. All my inadequacies and failures, not being kind enough, generous or understanding enough, would assail me at night. It became a habit to be guilty and self castigating, not liking myself because I was unworthy... I really tortured myself.

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    He who is whipped oftenest, is whipped easiest.

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    I don't feel like my money or my success defines me. I've always been very happy just bein' me.

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    I never stop to wonder why I'm not like other people. They mystery to me is why more people aren't like me.

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    I have no self-respect. But can a man of acute sensibility respect himself at all?

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    I have a lot of confidence, but little Self-Esteem. This has given me a tremendous creative spark because it forced me to keep proving myself.

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    It is how we feel about ourselves that provides the greatest reward from any activity. It is not what we get that makes us valuable, it is what we become in the process of doing that brings value into our lives.

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    Is there no respect of place, persons, nor time in you?

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    It is the highest form of self-respect to admit our errors and mistakes and make amends for them.

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    It's never too early to teach your children about the tool of money. Teach them how to work for it and they learn pride and self-respect. Teach them how to save it and they learn security and self-worth. Teach them how to be generous with it and they learn love.

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    It is very dangerous to have your self-worth riding on your results as an athlete.

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    Self-respect is the noblest garment with which a man can clothe himself, the most elevating feeling with which the mind can be inspired.

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    I wish that I was where I am.

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    Mr. McVicker instilled self-respect in those of us who were his students, because he respected us regardless of our background.

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    One must be truthful with oneself about one's own motives, especially if one is to survive in the world. It takes rigor, and it takes courage.

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    Self-esteem is something you have to earn! The only way to achieve self-esteem is to work hard. People have an obligation to live up to their potential.

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    Should we say the self, once perceived, becomes the soul?

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    Take your work seriously, but never yourself.

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    Most fears of rejection rest on the desire for approval from other people. Don't base your self-esteem on their opinions.

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    One cannot pay the price of self-respect.

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    People with high self esteem are risk takers, but more importantly, they are achievers.

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    Self-respect is to the soul as oxygen is to the body. Deprive a person of oxygen, and you kill his body; deprive him of self-respect and you kill his spirit.

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    There's a treasury full of jade and jewels; It is in you. Don't go searching far from home for it-it's here.

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    There is no way of telling people that they are all walking around shining like the sun.

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    We are valued in this world at the rate we desire to be valued.

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    This self-respect and sense of self-worth, the innermost armament of the soul, lies at the heart of humanness; to be deprived of it is to be dehumanized, to be cleaved from, and cast below, mankind.

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    We feel good about ourselves to the exact degree we feel in control of our lives.

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    The truest self-respect is not to think of self.

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    Whatever good things we build end up building us.

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    When you start to beat yourself up, remind yourself of how worthy you are of love.

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    When one is a stranger to oneself, then one is estranged from others, too.

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    When you express "purity" which is the truth about yourself, you feel a love for yourself that is expressed by self-respect, self-esteem, and self-confidence!

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    You almost have to step outside yourself and look at you as if you were someone else you really care about and really want to protect. Would you let someone take advantage of that person? Would you let someone use that person you really care about? Or would you speak up for them? If it was someone else you care about, you'd say something. I know you would. Okay, now put yourself back in that body. That person is you. Stand up and tell 'em, "Enough!

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    About once or twice every month I engage in public debates with those whose pressing need it is to woo and to win the approval of supernatural beings. Very often, when I give my view that there is no supernatural dimension, and certainly not one that is only or especially available to the faithful, and that the natural world is wonderful enough—and even miraculous enough if you insist—I attract pitying looks and anxious questions. How, in that case, I am asked, do I find meaning and purpose in life? How does a mere and gross materialist, with no expectation of a life to come, decide what, if anything, is worth caring about? Depending on my mood, I sometimes but not always refrain from pointing out what a breathtakingly insulting and patronizing question this is. (It is on a par with the equally subtle inquiry: Since you don't believe in our god, what stops you from stealing and lying and raping and killing to your heart's content?) Just as the answer to the latter question is: self-respect and the desire for the respect of others—while in the meantime it is precisely those who think they have divine permission who are truly capable of any atrocity—so the answer to the first question falls into two parts. A life that partakes even a little of friendship, love, irony, humor, parenthood, literature, and music, and the chance to take part in battles for the liberation of others cannot be called 'meaningless' except if the person living it is also an existentialist and elects to call it so. It could be that all existence is a pointless joke, but it is not in fact possible to live one's everyday life as if this were so. Whereas if one sought to define meaninglessness and futility, the idea that a human life should be expended in the guilty, fearful, self-obsessed propitiation of supernatural nonentities… but there, there. Enough.

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    While we are indifferent to our good qualities, we keep on deceiving ourselves in regard to our faults, until we come to look on them as virtues.

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    You should examine yourself daily. If you find faults, you should correct them. When you find none, you should try even harder.

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    Act like you have a lot of venom inside you, but never inject them into anyone.

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    Accepting ourselves, okay I like such type of girls, I like watching porn, I like such kind of music, okay I like such kind off books like horror and sci-fi, I like deathstep as a music... It should be find I should accept myself people should accept me as the guy who I am truly, people should accept themselfs also.

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    A key barometer to help us weigh the rightness of our actions is self-respect.