Thank you so much for your interest in The Insight, by Sheba. I hope you enjoyed this week’s blogs about “Moral Identity.”
Next week’s topic will be “The Person You Want to Be.”
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- Gratitude is probably one of the easiest strengths to build and develop in your identity. All it takes is a simple, “thank you.” Not only will you build that strength, but you will brighten someone else’s day. People will recognize you for your gratitude if it is sincere. They’ll see that it’s a part of who you are!
- According to Aristotle, we possess an innate nature to want to aim our every action toward that which is good. The theory of learning moral virtues is simple. Seek to achieve something “good” in all you do and you will be “good.” Practice humility and you will be humble. Practice truthfulness and you will be honest. Practice friendliness and you will be kind. Make the steps today to choose your path to be the person you want to be.
3. Happy People
- It’s as simple as having a positive attitude and being eager to live your life. Be hopeful for your future. Thank those who have helped you along the way. Love yourself, others and your life. Maintain a healthy curiosity. Choose to strengthen your character to build happiness into your identity.
- Love, though often considered a bond between two people, actually begins with respecting and loving yourself. In order to love ourselves, we must accept ourselves for who we are exactly where we are, but be strong and willing enough to identify and make the necessary changes to be a better version of ourselves. We must allow optimism to take deep root in our identities to accomplish these things.
The Insight: Your morals make up just as much of your identity as any other characteristic or trait you may possess if not more. Take the time to know yourself and your values and build them so that they may become strong. You will rely on your morals to guide you through every challenge and opportunity in life. Be sure to devote the proper attention and care to your morals; they will guide you through every situation in life, so they must be strong and clear.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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