7 Life Lessons Inspired By Audrey Hepburn

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7 Life Lessons Inspired By Audrey Hepburn
What one of America's greatest female cinema film legends, Audrey Hepburn, had to say about life.

Others are our mirrors to ourselves and to the world as we perceive it. Focus on the absolute abundance of good in another, of kindness and compassion, even if it may show up in a way that you might not recognize, and know that without relationships and community we perish. Be love and you will receive more love than you could ever imagine and you will never be alone.

6. Do Your Own Thing
“I never think of myself as an icon. What is in other people’s minds is not in my mind. I just do my thing.” ~ Audrey Hepburn

Always trust that doing your own thing is the only way to be. Humbleness is in knowing that you are living life on your terms and marching to the tune of your own drummer. The choices you make in life and the experiences you have had and created may seem extraordinary to another person, when in your mind, you were just doing what you had or wanted to do because you are wired that way. The only thing stopping anyone from doing what their heart desires and living the life they want is what is in their mind, the stories they tell themselves and fear.

7. Say “Yes” To Life Unconditionally

When we approach life with a “YES,” the universe responds with abundance. The only expectation is that unconditional love is the birthright of every living creature and that life is filled with abundance when we accept that we are deserving of receiving abundance and give freely of our love to others.

Words to live by, wouldn't you agree? Which one of her lessons will you carry forth into your life?

To living the live of your dreams!

 

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