Your conscience acts as an inner voice for you everyday. The good and the bad are all known to that inner self that keeps you aware of things that others don’t even know. It’s almost as if you’re in a different world, seeing yourself through the lens of a frown while others see a smile. Being more knowledgeable about your personal shortcomings and struggles, it’s easier for your self-image to be colored differently than that perceived by those with less insight into your perceived flaws. Instead of distorting your image with perceptions of flaw, use your conscience to build your self-image by aligning your smiles and frowns with the belief in a benevolent outcome from those experiences… good and bad.
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