Theodore Roosevelt was brilliant.
In between being president and riding with the rough riders and speaking softly and carrying a big stick….
….he said something that has stuck with me forever.
Comparison is the thief of joy.
Everyone experiences it.
At some time in everyone’s life, we all encounter a situation where someone is smarter or funnier or richer or wittier or more stylish with better hair and a house that dirt wouldn’t show up if you paid it to. And we all compare ourselves. And feel smaller.
You are amazing.
Don’t ever forget that the you that you are is so bright and funny and witty and clever and unique and special and wonderful and shines so brightly….
….that the rest of have to wear shades. Continue reading