Why is it that we are constantly proving the world wrong but never proving ourselves right?
Sometimes you have to make sacrifices and devote yourself for a fake love to prove it the most real one.
If you truly want to be respected by people you love, you must prove to them that you can survive without them.
Don’t underestimate your tears. They have the power to strengthen your commitment to your life’s purpose and to direct you towards your goal. So, when you cry because of the people who mock or taunt you, be positive and make promises with yourself that you will prove them wrong.
I don’t see you making it to the top; nobody’s going to help you get there. You have to do it all on your own. But if you want it so bad, prove me wrong.
I love you!” he shouted, his eyes glowing laser green.
“I love you, okay? I’m not some hopeless retard you pull along behind you because you feel sorry for him! I love you and I’m going to prove it!
When you are convinced that what you offer is yours, whether it be mediocre or of standard quality, your originality will make people love you in a way you did not expect.
The only known technique to an imitator is to steal and rephrase, then with a mischievous smile, he said, “i did it”, without any confidence and prove.
The unconditional love that God gives us when we are in relationship with him frees us and sustains us; we no longer feel the need to prove ourselves according to worldly standards, we are fine just the way we are.
When religion ceases to be speculative and becomes factual and “true”, it will become science. Science can be used to prove or disprove opinions, beliefs and accusations. Until any religion crosses that line, who is anyone to use their religion to judge others?