Sadie Robertson’s Little Sister: Stop Thinking Everyone Is Looking At You

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Sadie and Bella Robertson seem to be as close as sisters can get, but Bella recently gave her older sister some life advice.

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Bella Robertson (right) with her older sister, Sadie (photo via Instagram)
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Sadie revealed on her Instagram that her little sister set her straight in the way of life in terms of her perspective.

“I asked [Bella] if she could give a piece of advice to the world, what would it be,” Saide explains.

Bella’s response was a very mature one — one that most young people need to remember.

“Something that changed things for me is when I stopped thinking everyone was looking at me,” Bella said. “When I felt like everyone was looking at me, all I was thinking about was me.”

And Sadie knows this is true for her own life too.

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Sisters Bella, Rebecca, and Sadie Robertson pictured in this photo from January 17, 2016 (source: Instagram)

“Honestly I think my little 14 year old sister hit a home run with this one,” she writes. “…I have seen some of the most powerful people in our country with joy and some very unhappy. I have seen some of the poorest people with the most joy yet some unhappy as well. I have seen some of richest and most famous people with joy and some very very unhappy.”

She then explains that it’s all about choice. No matter what we have or what our life circumstances are, we can choose to be thankful for what we have.

“Every person from every place has the ability to choose their perspective,” she says. “Anyone can be unhappy and anyone can obtain joy. I believe the people who took the focus off of themselves and their situations — no matter how big or small the situation was — and adjusting their hearts to look above and put others before themselves really determined the quality of their life.”

She says we all all have “equal opportunity” to get ourselves some peace, contentment, joy, love, and other good things.

“Thanks, Bella, for a perspective change,” Sadie concludes.

sorry for the double selfie post… who dis 🤔 cool story though – I asked @bellarobb if she could give a piece of advice to the world what would it be. She said "Something that changed things for me is when I stopped thinking everyone was looking at me. When I felt like everyone was looking at me all I was thinking about was me" Honestly I think my little 14 year old sister hit a home run with this one… For the past 3 weeks of traveling from Washing DC to the Dominican Republic to Hollywood and now back to Nashville to speak at @anniefdowns event in the morning on unending joy my mind has been spinning from the things I have seen. I have seen some of the most powerful people in our country with joy and some very unhappy. I have seen some of the poorest people with the most joy yet some unhappy as well. I have seen some of richest and most famous people with joy and some very very unhappy. Every person from every place has the ability to choose their perspective. Anyone can be unhappy and anyone can obtain joy. I believe the people who took the focus off of themselves and their situations no matter how big or small the situation was and adjusting their hearts to look above and put others before themselves really determined the quality of their life. It was a beautiful thing to see that we all have equal opportunity to obtain the greatest gifts life has to offer peace, contentment, joy, love, and the things that can have the ability to make any life you have a been given a good one. Thanks bella for a perspective change 💗 don't stress the little things friends even if you step into your jeans and rip an even bigger hole in them 😉😂 [shirt from @wildbluedenim get it for a very low @rue21official]

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