Doing Something Well

I love watching someone do something well, especially when it is a talent that I don’t have or struggle with. We can’t all be brilliant or experts at everything.

Find your talents and hone them. Explore your weaknesses and surround yourself with people who have your weakness as as strength and allow them to support you in those areas.

We all have a part to play, we all have a gift to offer, we are all capable of doing something really well.

Don’t let comparison steal your joy.

Appreciate yourself for who you are, where you are at and what you can do.
Appreciate others for who they are, where they are at and what they can do.

And be inspired.

Author: Dr Rachel Hall

The Holistic Dentist who Loves Humanity. Life is about people, connection, love and equality. People are suffering and have forgotten they are naturally amazing. By living in a way that is more self-loving, gentle and truthful we can reawaken our capacity for grandness.

6 thoughts on “Doing Something Well”

  1. I love these posts Rachel; this and the last one about your (one’s) purpose in life have been very awakening and lovely – such that they have been shared with one I know who has a heart of gold but really struggles to see that the tarnish upon it is by the life that has been lived until now. Thank you Rachel, as you are uncovering your talent for written expression, my heart warms deeper as I uncover the natural gifts for the same heartfelt expression, to encourage and uncover the love in others.

  2. Great advice. Comparing yourself with others acts like a poison and the resultant jealousy often blinds you to the natural gifts your have and are most probably overlooking.

    1. No need to compare. It is not what we do but how we do it that counts. Jealousy is a terrible condition that eats away at you bit by bit and as you say doesn’t let you see the other persons greatness or your own.

  3. Such a wonderful and gentle reminder that we are all part of a huge jigsaw puzzle. We are all different, but together make up the whole.

    1. Yes it is like a big jigsaw and if there are pieces missing we never get to see the whole picture. Everyone has a part to play even though it may seem small and insignificant to you it actually could be that missing piece that another really needs.

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