April 16 marked the birth anniversary of one of our most beloved comedians, Charlie Chaplin, who starred in silent films from 1920 to 1950. His iconic mustache and hat, and his humor are his trademarks. He has thrilled millions with his performance and continues to do so. Can you imagine not watching at least a snippet of one of his movies if they’re airing on TV? His movies have universal appeal among young and old, alike. In The Great Dictator, Chaplin refers to how we are connected as human beings. He refers to our rights on the planet and how greed makes us stray from our paths. He may have passed more than fifty years ago, but his insightful words and wisdom are immortal. Here’s one of his greatest compositions: his unique take on self Love. Enjoy! As I began to love myself As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”. As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebody if I try to force my desires on this person, even though […]
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