I once shared with you the hell my geography teacher was throwing me through. I remember telling you that this ordeal allowed me to push harder , but it would not have been obvious without positive words around me. There came a time when I returned at home I would get down on the ground and start crying. I felt like I was less than others and that I was not enough.
"you are the best ESTHER, it will be fine". The small sentence from my mother and relatives gave me an unstoppable energy and strength. just Yes because encouragements communicate positivity to the mind. When we feel discouraged because of our weaknesses, how precious is a word of gratitude or hope! Such encouragement gives us relief. It lightens the burden of our work and allows us to face our problems with more confidence. Encouragement gives us the strength we need to face the future. He gives us the courage to stand firm when we are under severe duress. i always say that when we support each other incredible things happen. the woman creation itself, shows what would be the world world where a culture of encouragement and support is normalized , especially for women and girls. Genesis 2:18 The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a HELPER suitable for him.” If we encourage each other, girls and woman will be real helpers to the world because they symbolize perfection. very often we are reluctant to outside encouragements. For me, I examine them carefully before I receive them. Over time I realized that it's what we call prejudices. We could describe prejudice as "anticipated judgment". Our tendency to automatically apply learned prejudices and stereotypes to anything and everyone in our environment is the mechanism by which we carefully process information. Prejudice is an inescapable fact of the human condition. Human beings learn to distinguish right from wrong, right from wrong, good from bad, good taste from bad taste, safety from danger - all in accordance with the values of their own culture. We need our value system, our ability to prejudge in order to be able to live in our culture in a rational way. A person who does not exercise his ability to "prejudge" by being unable to distinguish right from wrong, good from bad, etc., could be considered abnormal. Our prejudices or “anticipated judgments” are neither positive nor negative; they are simply an inevitable fact of our existence. What becomes positive or negative is how we use our prejudices or stereotypes in our relationships with others. Let's learn to see the good odds of others. Thank you to everyone who supports others. You are the ones we need to keep trying in this World full of discouragements .