To say yes when you want to say no is to give more value to others than to ourselves, it is not to put your value in the right place, it is to impose no limits, and that is not to respect yourself .. It is the same as saying that what we feel Is not worth anything, that others can pass over you at will. And they pass, if you permit it, they will pass without mercy, forgetting all that you have conquered through honor and dedication. If we allow it will destroy our values. This is the way to say no. When I do not want something, I simply say no. With no anger or emotion. It is not just a negative. It's our limit. A right that we have to decide what we want or do not do. It is a way to make people respect our value, this is the name of dignity. When we put ourselves sincerely, saying what we feel, we are respected. People like it or not. So if you know your worth, do not let anything destroy it nothing and no one. If you take a $100 and knead it, step on it, throw it on the floor and then dismantle, pick it up, ask someone how much it's worth, smart people will respond that the note is worth $ 100, so no matter how much they step on you, How much they will knead you, your worth no one can change. . Thank you, my people. Kiss in the heart . Anterior em português.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Anderson Silva is still carrying on about the way he was treated by the world’s largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion, which led to his withdrawal from the UFC 212: “Aldo vs. Holloway” pay-per-view (PPV) fight card scheduled for Sat., June 3, 2017, inside HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
More on that mess here.
But while “The Spider” is retreating to his web, fellow 185-pound striker Uriah Hall is looking to finish what they were supposed to start roughly one year back, until a faulty gall bladder gave them pause (see the pic here).
@SpiderAnderson let's make a fight happen for the fans. we have unfinished business....— U R I A H H A L L (@UriahHallMMA) May 9, 2017
For the fans! (wink wink)
Silva (34-8, 1 NC) has not competed since a controversial win over Derek Brunson at UFC 208. Hall (12-8), meanwhile, dropped three straight and was finished in his previous two appearances.
Does this sound like a match up you would be interested in?