Each chapter of our ebook 10 Key Steps to Building Self-Esteem in Difficult Times is one of 10 key points to building self-esteem, including taking care of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of your life. If you follow these steps and really put them to work, you will discover an amazing transformation toward a life of self-esteem.
The Vatican’s chief restorer of Michelangelo’s frescoes may have discovered a self-portrait of Michelangelo. The face of a man in Michelangelo’s fresco “The Crucifixion of St. Peter” could be Michelangelo’s. If true, it would be the only distinct self-portrait of Michelangelo.
According to art historians the face looks similar to paintings other artists did of Michelangelo. Further evidence is the man’s turban, which looks like those which artists of the period wore to protect themselves from dust.
Each step of our journey has something to teach us. These were Dr. Wayne W. Dyers own words and teachings. He wrote more than 40 books, each of them a best-seller. But there is only one book that he wrote as memoir.
In moments of success and good fortune giving esteem seems to be natural. We’re used to acknowledging a successful action. It’s easy to praise positive moments.
But esteem is genuine when it’s also given in life’s difficult moments. When people fail in their activities a word of esteem can be incredibly encouraging.
It’s not difficult to give esteem to a country like Switzerland. For me it isn’t. I was born in Switzerland and lived there most of my years. At first glance it seems obvious that somebody gives esteem to his home country.
But by knowing the country and its people so well, it might just be the opposite. Well, it isn’t. I give easily and full-heartedly esteem to Switzerland and invite you to discover this country so you can give esteem too.
Living esteem requires honesty and integrity. Being a person of integrity means that we do what we say. This makes other people believe in us because our integrity reveals our honesty.
The World Vegetarian Day on October 1 was established by the North American Vegetarian Society in 1977 and endorsed by the International Vegetarian Union. The day is designed to boost awareness for the vegetarian lifestyle.
Many of us don’t have the opportunity to visit a beekeeper personally in order to buy his honey. In most of the towns there are farmer’s markets where we can purchase honey directly from beekeepers to show our esteem toward their precious and “sweet” work.
It’s no doubt that without trust in other people we wouldn’t be able to live a normal life. We have to trust while we drive that the other drivers are driving as cautiously as we are. Even more important is our trust in the people who share our lives.
Change is the only constant in life. Knowing this life wisdom we can be accepting and even happy toward each change we undertake in our life. It’s the subtle changes we make in our life, rather than the big changes that I’m referring to.
What does change mean to you? Through change we develop understanding of ourselves by going through various life moments. We learn from our mistakes and we address them as we see fit.