“Accept yourself, love yourself and keep moving forward. If you want to fly, you have to give up what weighs you down”. Ray. T. Bennett.

“Whom do you love the most” or “Who loves you the most.”


·         Family

·         Friends

·         Partner

·         Peers or

·         A secret lover.

Everyone would have a different answer, and trust me; these answers change with age, time, and situation.

·         Ask the question to a Kinder Gardner student answer will be “Mummy” most of the time.

·         Ask a teen – yes, a teen, and the answer would fall between family, friends, or a new crush.

·         Ask a college-going student it would be friends or a crush.

·         Ask a married individual(newly) off-course partner.

·         Ask the same question five years down the line, and the answer would change to the kid/s.

How often do you come across people who say,” Mai apni/Apna favorite hoon.” Seldom we find someone who’s answer is resonant with the famous dialogue “Jab we met” . I love myself we call these people self-centered.

It is always said that if you can’t love yourself, you can’t love anyone. The one who respects themselves is the ones who can love anyone. So, when the last time you stood in front of the mirror and said buddy,” I love you,” you are the most critical person in my life, and if I can’t make you happy, I can’t make anyone happy in this world.

Thus, the secret of a happy life is finding that happiness is within you. Trust yourself, and the day you can make yourself comfortable, you can make anyone happy. As it is said, charity begins at home.

Love You—say it aloud, standing in front of a mirror and see the magic.