I am compassionate with others and myself.
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.
I am a very compassionate person. I find it easy to be compassionate toward others. It is natural for me to be concerned about their welfare. I am sympathetic to their struggles and challenges.
I treat other people the way I want to be treated.
I am also compassionate with myself. I deserve the same consideration from myself that I give to everyone else.
I accept that I am a person with flaws and challenges. I avoid holding myself to an unreasonable standard. I know that I am a good person, even if I am short of perfect.
I know how to be gentle with myself. I know how to be supportive of myself.
I show compassion for others and myself. The world would be a much better place if we were all more compassionate.
I know that everyone is fighting a personal battle that is unknown to me. I am sensitive to this fact. I have struggles that I wish others would be sensitive to. Life is challenging for everyone. We all deserve compassion.
Today, I am showing sensitivity, sympathy, and compassion to everyone I meet. I am also being especially kind to myself today. I accept the fact that I am a human being just like everyone else in the world.
1. When am I too hard on myself? What do I expect to accomplish by doing this?
2. When am I too hard on others? What do I expect to accomplish by doing this?
3. How can I show more compassion to myself and others?