There are many things that you can do to become a better person. You can work hard, exercise, and eat well for example. All of these things are great, no question about it. However, in my opinion, becoming a better person starts with being selfless. Doing good deeds for other people without expecting to gain from it is one of the most rewarding experiences that one can feel in a lifetime. Becoming a truly better person begins with giving outwardly. I’ve come up with this challenge:

7 days to becoming a better person.

Each day you do something selfless, that will not even take more than a few moments of your time, and experience first hand what it feels like to transform into a genuinely great person. Here’s the challenge:

Day 1 – Tell someone you love them

So many people out there never take the precious time to express how they feel to the ones that are truly important in their life. Expressing your love shouldn’t be seen as taboo or a sign of weakness. It’s a sign of confidence, and an expression of what you really feel. There is nothing more amazing than to know that someone loves you. On this first day of the challenge, choose someone in your life to make them feel that special feeling. It’s very simple, just sit them down and say something along those lines: “You know I don’t say this often enough but I do appreciate our bond and everything that you do for me. So I just wanted to tell you that I love you…I wanted you to know that.” In two minutes, you have made someone’s day….forget day, you’ve made their month! So pick a spouse, a parent, a sibling, a friend….anyone that you truly care about and say the magic word. You may get a little nervous just before, but once you say it, I guarantee you that you will feel amazing. Yes, becoming a better person is not a chore….it actually feels great!

Day 2 – Open your ears and listen
Everyone has their share of issues that they deal with on a daily basis. We all at some point need to be heard. We need to get things out and just blow some steam. Unfortunately, the art of listening is fading away. It’s becoming more and more of a struggle for people to find a good pair of ears to vent off to. So on day 2 of your quest to becoming a better person, you simply have to be there for someone close to you. That’s all you have to do. Listen to them. Let me tell you, I do this all the time with my friends. I make myself available for them and I just listen. You wouldn’t believe how it makes them happy to have someone listen to them. No opinions, no judgment. Listen unconditionally. You may not have realized the power of listening yet, but this exercise will prove it to you. It can make a tremendous difference in someone’s life, and it’s one of the best gifts you can give anyone.

Day 3 – Apologize
We all have made certain mistakes. We’ve all done things we regret. Unfortunately, the majority of the time, we never take the opportunity to make things better, perhaps out of pride or ego. So we carry this along with us. Sure, with time, its impact may fade a little, but there is a much more powerful method to deal with such situations. On day 3, it’s time for you to swallow your pride and apologize. Look into your past. Is there a particular person that you have lost touch with or haven’t spoken to in a while? Regardless of what happened, this is not the time to decide who was right and who was wrong. This is about healing a wound. Apologizing is not an admission that you were wrong. On the other hand, it is proof that you are confident enough to say it. This act will not only make the other party feel much better, it will inspire them. So by being the “bigger person” and apologizing, you create nothing but positive energy all around. This is as rewarding for you as it is for that other person.

Day 4 – Give away a valuable
Nowadays, the only time people give each other anything somewhat meaningful is on birthdays and holidays. What about the other 360-something days of the year? Simply giving contains so much power in and of itself. This is why on day 3, you will choose something meaningful that you will give to someone that you know will like it and/or benefit from it. It must be something in your home, that you already own. Perhaps a painting, or a book. Something that you hold dear and that will bring happiness and value to the person you choose to give it to. You see, sharing your wealth is one of the best ways to prove how much you care and necessary to becoming a good person. These types of gifts are so much more powerful than anything given on birthdays or holidays, because it shows that you gave it because you wanted to, not because you had it. This brings a whole new meaning to that gift and will make the person appreciate it even more!

Day 5 – Volunteer your time
The first few days, you have given back to the people close to you, but now, it is time to take this further than the comfort of your own surroundings! Giving back to your community and your society is just as important, and an integral part of making everything as a whole, a much better existence for all involved. On day 5, it is time for you to give some of your time away. It doesn’t have to be complicated. You can volunteer your time helping out at your children’s school, or at a local community center for example. It doesn’t have to be a full day or many hours. Volunteer the time that you can. What I mean is that instead of watching tv or surfing the web for example, take some of that time and do something that will help contribute to the development of your community. Ask around, could be something at work or related to a particular activity that you do. Nobody refuses a helping hand and everyone benefits out of it 🙂

Day 6 – Help out a stranger
So many people out there could use the help of some good people. After all, we are all humans and we should stick up for one another. I’ve always been amazed by stories of complete strangers risking their life to help a fellow human being. If we can just help anyone with a fraction of such a commitment, then we’ve all made a difference. On day 6, it’s time to do a kind gesture for a total stranger. Could be helping an elderly person with their bags, or helping a kid cross the street, there are so many tiny gestures that we can do in our daily life to help others it’s incredible. When you see a car break down on the side of the road, most people drive by, thinking that help is on the way or that someone else will stop. How about you become the person that stops? How about you become the person whose gesture makes a total stranger’s day? This is your opportunity to showcase how a good-hearted person reacts in such situations for the greater good of all involved.

Day 7 – Donate
The world is a big place, but in the end, we are a tiny community in the vastness of the Universe. All we have is each other. Although they may not live nearby, there are so many people around the world that need the assistance of good natured people. On this final day, it is time to take your good deeds global! There are tons of really good charities and organizations across the globe that make it their goal to help out those that are in need. Pick any organization about any particular cause that you may hold dear to your heart, and provide them with a donation. The internet makes it really easy now to find such organizations, so this final step is super simple and quick to complete. Donate whatever you can. The amount is not important. What is important is that even though your gesture was simple and quick, the difference it will make will resonate with far greater significance in the grand scheme of things.

So there you have it! 7 days and a better you comes out of it. As a matter of fact, if you have noticed, in becoming a better person, you have affected the lives of so many different people in such positive ways. With such small gestures each day, you have made a difference in your life as well as in other people’s, and that is what becoming a better person is all about. You may find that after these 7 days, you have now developed a habit and that you will continue each and every day to give back. If you have created a “momentum” of doing good deeds and that it will keep on going, then I have done my work. This can indeed become life changing! So you have the challenge and I would love to hear what you all have done and how it’s impacted your life and those around you 😉

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109 Comments

  1. just be with your self always. if they can’t accept you of who you are then try to evaluate your self and there you may see the barriers why you don’t become like one of the better person :). Adios!

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  2. I was not bad, i was good to my family at that time i was just blaming myself for the fact that they did not like me seeing that i wasnt biological but i have learnt that i cannot force someone to love me.

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  3. Hi, I’m Amanda. I’m 24-years-old and I’ve made mistakes. Even ones that I’ve regret. I’ve beat myself up. did and said things I don’t really mean. I’m tired of my old self dragging my down. I need to become a better person for my family, my friends, my boyfriend and most importantly… myself. I’ve researched on the matter. Then I’ve stumbled upon this site. I’ve read: How to be a better person in just 7 days. I’m gonna try the 7 steps. I plan to get married, and have kids. I really, really don’t want to make the same mistakes on my kids. I desolately know how a lot of people feel. My supervisor at word had told me that I’m a perfectionist. and I seriously had no idea how it changes a person. Striving to be perfect. All the time. Guess what, NOT ANYMORE. My boyfriend, I really do love him with all my heart. I’d do absolutely anything for him. My boyfriend was the same exact way as me. Like I said. NOT ANYMORE I’m gonna beat myself up just because I do something wrong. I am NOT gonna let my love ones suffer cuz of me. NEVER, EVER AGAIN.

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  4. Don’t beat on yourself. Forgive only if the enemy isn’t stuck to you like stubborn glue where ever you go… then you know you need to take some legal action. Make time for yourself and to do the things you love… THAT makes you a happier and better person as well! Don’t let anyone rob you of your free time and bring you down to their level… help them get up but don’t let them pull you down! If an environment is not suitable or is health-harming to you, stick to your guns and avoid it at all costs, especially if there’s someone else there to help out who can better handle it. Definitely donate to the poor if you can, things you are not using and do not care for anymore, or even money… poor people are poor for a reason other than what most would like to think. Being homeless is not a sign of laziness it’s a sign that our society cannot accept them and give them a second chance but would rather just wipe them off the face of the earth! Next time you see a homeless person, all grungy and unkempt, think what YOU would appear like if you had not had a shower in weeks, months, and no comfortable bed to sleep in, no food or quality food to eat, no way to wash your clothes… would YOUR body be able to move energetically and flexibly with much enthusiasm and in vibrant health, your skin and hair looking healthy with a great big smile on your face and have the proper brain nutrition to speak rapidly, clearly and appropriately …if you were without your comfortable bed, warm home, food, water, daily showers to cleanse and moisturize your skin, etc.? I think to be a better person, humans need to develop compassion for those in great need of our help, and not just those looking to steal our time or bring us down to their misery with them as they feel the same need to serve others while neglecting themselves! THAT is not the way of life, that is the way evil MAN has desired life to be. Love yourself, take care of yourself because nobody is going to do that for you… unless you are definitely, totally incapable.

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  5. It’s a great article, even only going through it made me happy, thanks!

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  6. i spend my day at sleeping , i am young , this yaer i am going to graduate , but i am too lazy i need to change i want to change

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  7. wonderful article ……2.point is very nice… give time to others listen unconditionally

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  8. I just book marked your web page on Digg and StumbleUpon.I enjoy reading your commentaries.

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  9. Thank you so much for your post so beautiful ,useful…….i have a problem icant express my feels to others but after reading this article i will change this bad thing*(if allah want) ….all thank for god(allah)

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  10. Thank you so much for posting an article so simple yet powerful, and honestly, not that easy to do. I felt that “telling someone you love them” is challenging because although I have no problems expressing love verbally to my hubby, son, close friends–but to the other half of loved ones (parents, grandparents, siblings) that I am not really open with, the words ‘I love you’ don’t flow out that easy, even tho I always try to show it with actions. But I do agree that sometimes they do need to hear it, so I’ll be better with that. Also apologizing is an important one, thanks for including that =)

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  11. God help me to be more patient with people. There are times I forget that I am not perfect, and I do stupid things, too, like being rude.
    One other thing: Learn to forgive. This is particularly hard for me, as I was brought up in a home without love, and I tend to see any slight as a personal attack. Carrying the resentment around makes one bitter and resentful. Dump the baggage.
    It’s far too cumbersome, and it requires a constant source of nourishment.

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  12. I had been searching all over the internet for ways to becoming a better person and none of them stood out to me except this one. I believe this one stood out to me because it made me realize how much of an impact we as a people have on one another and how much more fullfillling our lives would be if we would just give with an open heart.
    I really and truly loved this article. 🙂

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  13. This is a fascinating article by the way. I am going to go ahead and save this article for my brother to read later on tonight. Keep up the fine work. Add article to my site.

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  14. Great job. I will try and see the result, your work is perfect.

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  15. cause of your article many of my friends told me ‘u have changed!’
    BTW,thanks alot 😉

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  16. I love the one about listening. I love to talk myself, but have spent the past 10 years of my life (I am 42) learning the art of being a good listener. It is amazing how much you learn about everything and anything. Sometimes, if I am not doing so good listening, I try to form a visual picture of whatever the person is talking about to add meaning and empathy for what they are saying, kind of like imagining what it would be like, or picturing what it would have been like…. people often have very good advice to give as well, that is often missed if you are not a good listener.

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  17. I MADE A MISTAKE TOO BIG MISTAKE WHICH I CAUSED IT LIKE TWO TIMES WHEN I WAS DOING IT I DIDN’T FEEL BAD FOR ME I FELT BAD FOR MY MOM I WAS THINKIN OF SUCIDING BUT THEN I WAS THINKIN WHAT ABOUT AFTER I SUCIDE WHAT ABOUT MY LOVE ONES MY TEARS DROPPED I WAS GONNA DO IT BUT I SAW MY MOM FACE IT FELT LIKE A GIANT BRICK TRYING TO BLOCK ME FROM DOING IT BUT I BEILIEVE EVERYBODY HAS A THREE CHANCE BUT IF YOU IT DO AGAIN AFTER YOU GET THREE CHANCE THEN YOUR JUST AN ANIMAL TO BE HONEST!

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  18. I think this really going to help me out thanks

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  19. I liked the article, thought it was a good motivator, I really want to become a better person, its very depressing for me, I hate things that are happening in my life and they are not bad things I just hate just about everything, what my teenage daughter does and again its not bad I just don’t like it, I always say the wrong things to people and then I always think about it, it never leaves me, I want to be happier with my life and accept things for what they are, I want to be nicer to people and do more things and be more giving

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  20. I really liked your article. I have depression and for people with depression is hard to want to move on and change, it seems almost impossible, but I believe if you really tried to change yourself you could become a better person. There is a quote by Chico Xavier that I live by it “We can’t make a new beginning but we can start again and make a new end.”

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  21. Hi i am 42 i have thought bout suicide a few times even tried once obviously didn’t work i have two kids they were.nt with me at time i read this article about suicide and it said that the only ones that suffer are the ones that care the ones that cause you all the pain go on living glad that you gone so why not stick around and make their life hard knowing they have to see you all the time the ultimate pay back for hurting you you not even have to say or do anything too them just being there shows them they did.nt beat you hoo rah i read what you wrote and i suppose that there is a few bits i agree with good on you for trying to help people

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  22. I should try this from a long time ago before i broken. Something need to changes in my life to be a better person. It’s really good article.

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  23. I should have done this a long time ago, as a result I have just lost my partner/ my friend/ the mother of my children. It might be too late to get back what I had but by following these guidelines I can be better for myself and for my kids.

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  24. Well, I guess it worked. Alot of these people that comment sond really deep and sincere. I just don’t feel that it really helped my life. I’m soory for saying this, but I think I need to say what I think.

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  25. Thank you very much, for these words I have read. I ll try to do these about.
    God bless you all, and protects you too.
    I found this blog by accident, I was as usual looking for books, tutorials, magazines about my job an other many things that I enjoy doing, but this point to side I was lefting inactive.
    I ask to you: if there is no problem to save these materials for my own personal use(not for commercial or whatever).
    Im going to make mp3s with these, bescause Ill be for 3 weeks far away of adsl lines and overthere the wireless internet is slower and disgusting.
    Ill be praticing your teachings.
    See and read you later.

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  26. Thanks for the post; Becoming a better person in just 7 days would also involve getting rid of your television.
    It is most likely as simple as this; then one has much more time and brain power to becoming a better human being.

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  27. if they won’t work then….
    I have some really serious issues so i am confused what to do…

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  28. wuaw well i hope it does work out just to prove people around me could be a different person

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  29. You do need much more to become a truly better person. Such as trying as hard as your brain allows you to, and making others proud. These are good starts to becoming better, but more is needed.

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  30. Every wants other to be honest and co operative with them but they them selves never co operative and try to help others,it really hurt me i dnt knw y!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  31. its really wonderful.
    these practical step will surley help us to be better.

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  32. crazy… i wanna try this… im 15 and am going through some rough patches 🙂

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  33. i was amazed first when i saw it,
    how can a person change his nature in 7 days??
    then i read it, n i really really liked it.
    you made it easy for people like us who needs instructions in every phase of life..
    thanks for sharing
    god bless you n help all followers.

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  34. i was totally touched by this article.. bravo to the writer!

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  35. After reading this article and putting into practice i have become a human.

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  36. it’s a good subject a like it because it make me happy so happy thank’s so much

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  37. I have hit a bottom I have not known because I denied others help and tried to uphold a fake image of being perfect. I have lied, cheated, and stole. I gave back but not like I should, These steps are a weekly thing I will attempt to accomplish because I know they will engender the change I want and need to find my old self of an Eagle Scout–trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful,thrifty brave, clean, and reverent.

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  38. I feel ready to move forward and truly become a better person…the first one seems so hard to do, in fact I’m amazed that I’m nervous thinking about it…

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  39. Well im 17 years old and i came across this article. Lately ive felt like i’ve been loosing myself. I want to do something to make me happier, and make me feel like a good person. I want to feel worth something. Hopefully these steps change the lives of people and myself.

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    • Wow. Dany no joke bloke D= i really feel exactly the same way and i want these 2 work too 🙂

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    • Dany I might have been in a different boat as you but in my case it was searching for the right woman. I’m 25 going on 26 in December, I’ve dated 92 different women that promised me something and then they stabbed me in the back and broke up with me. I started losing faith in myself but I saw a beautiful girl one day who was 3 years older than me she’s 29 and she said I’ll date you as long as you don’t cheat on me that’s where I’ve changed. yours truely keep up the good work you’ll find yourself someday

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  40. Thank you!!!

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  41. iam being inspirated. i will follow this

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  42. wow… what about those who suffer from mental problems and hae no family or friends and CANT get a job… it a sin to think helping/donating is sin

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  43. My hearts been shattered by 92 different breakups but I finally found a woman that's willing to take it slowly and except me for what I am. Thanks to her I'm a changed man

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  44. Bob must live in his own world. Is there a verse that says donating is a sin? Im a firm believer in having to help yourself and not sitting around and waiting for someone to do it for you. But come on…I dont think donating personal items that hold some value that enable people to get jobs is promoting laziness. Bob's comment is just sad.

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  45. Pay it forward…

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  46. This is amazing. Just reading this makes me want to become a better person. I'm starting this tomorrow. This is really motivating.

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  47. this is the best i hope pepole care

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  48. Heres something else you can do…

    Pray with someone. When you see someone having a bad time or there feeling down. Ask them do you want to pray? Im sure theyd be very happy. And it makes you feel good too. That you helped someone.

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  49. homeless people don't have a better opportunity, think about it would you rather hire a person who looks homeless or one that looks professional.That is why many people are out in the streets because people don't give them chances.

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  50. try it and you will find out

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  51. Do these step really work?

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  52. donation? why? Those homeless people have more than enough to eat. They have more than enough opportunities to get jobs. Donating is a sin. It only promotes laziness nothing else.

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  53. yeah right. Time heals almost every conflict and bad memories we've got in the past…

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  54. Yeah I like your article. I'm really looking for a boost of becoming a better me and this really wakes me up and makes me look forward.
    Thank you…

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  55. wow what am insipation!!!

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  56. Hi Sherell,

    in that case, give them time & space. They might one day come around, but know within you that you did the right thing. You did what you needed to do to make it better. Now the ball is in their court. Apologizing isn't so much about if they accept it or not, it's more about cleansing yourself of the guilt and moving forward.

    regards

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  57. I have a question..wat if yhu try 2 apologize to thee ppl yhu hav hurt or disappointed && dey still dnt accept it?

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    • send her a gift ( even a simple gift would do ). send the gift in secret – like putting it secretly inside her bag or on her bed… thats cool!

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  58. Hi Shelby,

    I’m glad you found this article inspirational…I hope you create a better relationship for you and your mother and friend. Being a better person does start with the ones closest to us, and this is crucial to make a lasting improvement, because those closest to us are usually the ones we take for granted the most.

    cheers,

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  59. Hi Shelby,

    I’m glad you found this article inspirational…I hope you create a better relationship for you and your mother and friend. Being a better person does start with the ones closest to us, and this is crucial to make a lasting improvement, because those closest to us are usually the ones we take for granted the most.

    cheers,

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  60. I believe that this article is a true insipration! I would like to post this in a lot of places that don’t see very much of the simple gestures you have said here. I am going to make it a short term goal to accomplish these each day begining with today!

    That person I am giong to tell them is my friend who does a lot for me and get’s little to none recognition and very little sincere thank you’s.

    The person I am going to apoligize for is going to be my mom. I have never in my life had an actual converstation with her without her getting mad at me for something petty so I am going to try and make a final relationship with her and we will see how it goes from there.

    Thank you so much for posting this article!

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  61. I believe that this article is a true insipration! I would like to post this in a lot of places that don’t see very much of the simple gestures you have said here. I am going to make it a short term goal to accomplish these each day begining with today!

    That person I am giong to tell them is my friend who does a lot for me and get’s little to none recognition and very little sincere thank you’s.

    The person I am going to apoligize for is going to be my mom. I have never in my life had an actual converstation with her without her getting mad at me for something petty so I am going to try and make a final relationship with her and we will see how it goes from there.

    Thank you so much for posting this article!

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  62. Isn’t is amazing that the irony of life is to be giving of yourself to God and for others. Isn’t it worth wondering how the universe gives us back what ever we give to it and to others and in return we feel fulfilled. That is life. This was how it was meant to be and this is how is still is. As the good Book says, love God and love His image. To become a better person, you have to know your source, know yourself, love people and apply principles.

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  63. Isn’t is amazing that the irony of life is to be giving of yourself to God and for others. Isn’t it worth wondering how the universe gives us back what ever we give to it and to others and in return we feel fulfilled. That is life. This was how it was meant to be and this is how is still is. As the good Book says, love God and love His image. To become a better person, you have to know your source, know yourself, love people and apply principles.

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  64. This was a good article…but wht do i do if i dont hav friends or im not a socializing person?

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  65. This was a good article…but wht do i do if i dont hav friends or im not a socializing person?

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  66. I really want to become a better person- there are so many things that I’ve done wrong lately- I haven’t seen or talked to my dad in over a year, I have already skipped probably 10 classes and it’s only the first month – I want to quit smoking and stop drinking energy drinks and help my family save money so I plan to do this. It will only be seven days and what’s one week? I hope I will learn how to conduct myself appropriatley and how to care more about the people around me. Thank-you for this site! 🙂

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  67. I really want to become a better person- there are so many things that I’ve done wrong lately- I haven’t seen or talked to my dad in over a year, I have already skipped probably 10 classes and it’s only the first month – I want to quit smoking and stop drinking energy drinks and help my family save money so I plan to do this. It will only be seven days and what’s one week? I hope I will learn how to conduct myself appropriatley and how to care more about the people around me. Thank-you for this site! 🙂

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  68. thank you for the wonderful article 🙂

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  69. thank you for the wonderful article 🙂

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  70. @ SherryAnn

    I think it’s great that you are unhappy with the things you have done because it shows that you realize the truth about your past actions and the impact they have had on people that you care about. It’s a huge step that you are processing this, so good for you! If you want to be a better person, you can be.

    I provide this website in the hope that it will help light up the path for you. Enjoy and be brave… you are the only one that can free your mind. Take on that challenge and live the life you dream of. <3

    Freedomainradio.com

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  71. @ SherryAnn

    I think it’s great that you are unhappy with the things you have done because it shows that you realize the truth about your past actions and the impact they have had on people that you care about. It’s a huge step that you are processing this, so good for you! If you want to be a better person, you can be.

    I provide this website in the hope that it will help light up the path for you. Enjoy and be brave… you are the only one that can free your mind. Take on that challenge and live the life you dream of. <3

    Freedomainradio.com

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  72. I am impressed with what i’ve just read, i am gonna try this 7 days thing out! 🙂

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  73. I am impressed with what i’ve just read, i am gonna try this 7 days thing out! 🙂

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  74. I have read all 7 things. And they sound very useful. Im trying to become a better person for myself, and for God. I want my parents and friends to be proud of me. So doing things like that can make a big change, and im ready for the challenge:)I have a little 11 yr old sister, and I am almost 15. So she looks up to me, and I want her to be able to look up at a good sister. People think that im a bad influence and that im not a good person. Well im ready to prove them all wrong, and finally say, ” I told you that I was going to change, how does it feel being proved wrong?.”

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    • Mary, I like how you want to be a good example for your little sister. This is a good motivator to truly turn the page and become a better person. Hope you prove them all wrong! Keep us updated 🙂

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  75. I have read all 7 things. And they sound very useful. Im trying to become a better person for myself, and for God. I want my parents and friends to be proud of me. So doing things like that can make a big change, and im ready for the challenge:)I have a little 11 yr old sister, and I am almost 15. So she looks up to me, and I want her to be able to look up at a good sister. People think that im a bad influence and that im not a good person. Well im ready to prove them all wrong, and finally say, ” I told you that I was going to change, how does it feel being proved wrong?.”

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    • Mary, I like how you want to be a good example for your little sister. This is a good motivator to truly turn the page and become a better person. Hope you prove them all wrong! Keep us updated 🙂

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  76. Hi Ashley,

    I’m very proud of you for realizing your error and being diligent to know that you can be a better person. I appreciate that you liked the article, my goal was to show that by doing one good deed per day, we can become a completely new and better person in just 1 week. Imagine what can happen if we keep this up for the rest of our life!

    cheers

    Fred

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  77. Hi Ashley,

    I’m very proud of you for realizing your error and being diligent to know that you can be a better person. I appreciate that you liked the article, my goal was to show that by doing one good deed per day, we can become a completely new and better person in just 1 week. Imagine what can happen if we keep this up for the rest of our life!

    cheers

    Fred

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  78. I have changed for the better quite a bit within the past few months. I have bettered myself so much. But then I did something that made me feel like I haven’t changed at all. It surprised me that I did something so horrible. I even lost the person I care most about because of it. And I have felt horrible for myself all day today. So I realized I really have to change, doing the wrong thing is not the person I want to be at all. I have felt so proud of myself for the past few months, but today opened my eyes to a lot of things. I am going to volunteer at Habitat for Humanities Monday, and there are so many clothes that I don’t even wear that I am going to take to Good Will. My dad and I got in a fuss today, when he was just trying to help me. So tomorrow morning I am going to wake up, cook him breakfast and tell him how much he truly means to me and how grateful I am to have him. This article has truly inspired me and helped me. Those sort of things that you described in the article are the things I want to do, It’s the person I truly want to be! Thank you so much for taking the time to actually sit down and type it up and express these great things. I know it has had to of inspired so many people.
    God Bless You!!

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  79. I have changed for the better quite a bit within the past few months. I have bettered myself so much. But then I did something that made me feel like I haven’t changed at all. It surprised me that I did something so horrible. I even lost the person I care most about because of it. And I have felt horrible for myself all day today. So I realized I really have to change, doing the wrong thing is not the person I want to be at all. I have felt so proud of myself for the past few months, but today opened my eyes to a lot of things. I am going to volunteer at Habitat for Humanities Monday, and there are so many clothes that I don’t even wear that I am going to take to Good Will. My dad and I got in a fuss today, when he was just trying to help me. So tomorrow morning I am going to wake up, cook him breakfast and tell him how much he truly means to me and how grateful I am to have him. This article has truly inspired me and helped me. Those sort of things that you described in the article are the things I want to do, It’s the person I truly want to be! Thank you so much for taking the time to actually sit down and type it up and express these great things. I know it has had to of inspired so many people.
    God Bless You!!

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  80. This was a great article it wasn’t full of procrastination or condescending just helpful. Made me feel better to think I’m worth more than just my looks but that my actions will actually have a positive impact should I make the effort.
    Thankyou, I hope more people can implement these tips.
    M.

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  81. This was a great article it wasn’t full of procrastination or condescending just helpful. Made me feel better to think I’m worth more than just my looks but that my actions will actually have a positive impact should I make the effort.
    Thankyou, I hope more people can implement these tips.
    M.

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  82. *Thanx for the useful tips…I know that It will help me alot in my every day life…*

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  83. *Thanx for the useful tips…I know that It will help me alot in my every day life…*

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  84. full useful tips….very good sharing, I will try to implemented your advice

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  85. full useful tips….very good sharing, I will try to implemented your advice

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  86. It is something worthful…

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  87. It is something worthful…

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  88. The steps to being a better person are the easiest have seen but society does not encourage nice people. I would try it out though, i feel i’m doing most already.

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  89. The steps to being a better person are the easiest have seen but society does not encourage nice people. I would try it out though, i feel i’m doing most already.

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  90. Great article lots to think about! keep up the goodness

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  91. Great article lots to think about! keep up the goodness

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  92. I just came across your blog and wanted to drop you a note telling you how impressed I was with the information you have posted here. I also have websites & blogs so I know what I am talking about when I say your site is top-notch! Keep up the great w…

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  93. I have been diagnosed with bipolar and i think i have been hurting people around me by the things i say.Help me please to be a better person.Sometimes its very hard to even ask for help without feeling guilty, like i’m asking for too much.
    Ive hurt my cousin, sister,granfather,father,mother and everyone i know i sometimes feel as though its better to not exist.Please help me change my ways.Iwould really like to make a positive difference and express more love.I truly am sorry

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  94. I have been diagnosed with bipolar and i think i have been hurting people around me by the things i say.Help me please to be a better person.Sometimes its very hard to even ask for help without feeling guilty, like i’m asking for too much.
    Ive hurt my cousin, sister,granfather,father,mother and everyone i know i sometimes feel as though its better to not exist.Please help me change my ways.Iwould really like to make a positive difference and express more love.I truly am sorry

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  95. Your plan seems like an effective one. If only we could work up to including all 7 deeds eventually into one day or at the exact moment that they each apply. That’s something healthy to occupy the mind with!

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  96. Your plan seems like an effective one. If only we could work up to including all 7 deeds eventually into one day or at the exact moment that they each apply. That’s something healthy to occupy the mind with!

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  97. I really want to change and live a better life i think this will really help me i have lot’s of problems but allhamdulillah mean (thank god) i stoped most of it and i feel better now but there is still lil bit in me so i want to ask you more peranol questions’s so can i get your email or u can e-mail and well start talkin my email is badruballa@yahoo.com
    thank you
    Badru H Wako

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  98. I really want to change and live a better life i think this will really help me i have lot’s of problems but allhamdulillah mean (thank god) i stoped most of it and i feel better now but there is still lil bit in me so i want to ask you more peranol questions’s so can i get your email or u can e-mail and well start talkin my email is badruballa@yahoo.com
    thank you
    Badru H Wako

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  99. Apologizing is the hardest part just to make things short eventhough deep inside you know that there’s is nothing to be sorry about. But you know what it feels good…Thanks for sharing

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  100. Apologizing is the hardest part just to make things short eventhough deep inside you know that there’s is nothing to be sorry about. But you know what it feels good…Thanks for sharing

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  101. A friend of mine just emailed me one of your articles from a while back. I read that one a few more. Really enjoy your blog. Thanks.

    Jason Whitmen

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  102. A friend of mine just emailed me one of your articles from a while back. I read that one a few more. Really enjoy your blog. Thanks.

    Jason Whitmen

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