I am not supposed to be cliche here, but I have no idea what to write to everyone. So, here's a quote I love:
"In the end, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks about you. People are going to forget you about ten minutes after you die, anyway.
The point is, you have to be exactly who and what you want to be.
Most everybody’s coasting along on phony public relations. People who say being beautiful or rich or thin makes them happy, people who are trying to make their marriages or their children seem better than they actually are. And for what? Appearances! Appearances don’t count for diddly.
When it’s all said and done, all that counts is what was true, and truly felt, and how we treated one another. And that’s it.”
— Julia Sugarbaker (Dixie Carter), “They Shoot Fat Women, Don’t They?” - Designing Women, 1989