Loving Yourself Is The Greatest Revolution


It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self love deficit.
― Eartha Kitt

If you keep avoiding self love, the Universe will keep sending you people who also avoid loving you, hoping you get a f*cking clue.

Our external world (the people around us and the situations we live in) will always be a mirror to our internal world, what is going on inside.
What does that even mean?
If we love ourselves, we will not be able to tolerate living in circumstances which don’t support that belief.

And the opposite is true.
If we don’t believe we are lovable and worthy, we will choose people and situations which support that.
That’s why the people we choose are such an invitation to our growth and what we need to focus on.

This is also why poisonous relationships can’t exist in our lives if we don’t believe on some level we deserve them.
They mirror what we believe about ourselves.

Loving yourself is the greatest revolution.


  1. Corinna Riles says:

    I really, really enjoyed reading this. The words are few but the implications are profound. Personally, I see many stages in my life that coincide with the subjective experience written about here. Thank you for this. I am already sharing it with others . . .

  2. Maritza Coscarelli says:

    Love this post and love you! Mollyann need not be jealous. It’s not like THAT, LOL!
    Each person we choose to love is a reflection of our own lovability!

    Thanks for sharing your wisdom, Monty.

    Happy 4th to you and your girl,



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