Being unapologetic is necessary to feel good about yourself.
And you know what’s the opposite of that?
It’s “feeling guilty.”
Making you feel guilty and apologetic is an invisible tool that people use to enslave you. Because the more you feel guilty about who you are and what you do, the more control they can have over you.
Simple as that.
And that’s why guilt is dangerous. You see, it cuts your roots and sucks the life right out of you.
Listen: I understand that you cannot break from the shackles of “feeling guilty” at this very moment. You need time to break the pattern, right?
Well, so be it. But realize that you can start today! How? By being more and more unapologetic about who you are.
In other words, whatever you do, be unapologetic. It does not matter what people think of you. Because if you keep worrying about people’s opinions, you’ll never be able to live your life.
Let me give you an example.
Suppose you want to eat non-vegetarian food, then hell yeah, go for it!
Eat that chicken, and savor it like there’s no tomorrow, but if you think eating non-veg is inappropriate and you’ll feel guilty afterward, then don’t do it.
Get my point?
See, it is not about doing or not doing something. It is about doing whatever you want without guilt.
Either do something wholeheartedly or don’t do it at all.