Everyone needs a little bit of inspiration, and sometimes it comes from the most unexpected sources. This Monday morning, it came in the form of tweets by WWE superstar and Hollywood actor John Cena. The pro-wrestler shared some powerful and motivating tweets on his Twitter feed about bullying and self-belief. John Cena's tweet also thanked his fans for their support.
The 42-year-old John Cena's tweet about people's deliberate cruelty is something that many of us might find relatable. He wrote that sometimes, people around us would make it their life's mission to make us feel inferior to inflict pain. He asks his fans to rise above the maliciousness as such individuals are only struggling with themselves.
Many out there will make it a goal to make you feel inferior or inadequate strictly to try and cause you pain or embarrassment. Recognize it for what it is, their struggle with self. Rise above that hate.— John Cena (@JohnCena) October 13, 2019
In another tweet, he advised followers to be thankful for the opportunities that came their way and those who put their trust in them. John Cena further asked his followers to be diligent without worrying about success or failure. Sound advise from the pro-wrestler, who himself has made the utmost of opportunities that came his way. He has made quite a name for himself in the ring and Hollywood as well.
If someone takes a chance on you, prove them right. Give your all and seize the opportunity at hand. Know that you are working for something larger than self. Be diligent. Be grateful. Succeed or fail, it will say more about who you are than the most carefully constructed verse.— John Cena (@JohnCena) October 11, 2019
Cena also thanked his fans for allowing him to stay connected to them via Twitter. He appreciated his fans' acceptance of his tweets and their patience in hearing him out. Cena thanked fans and attributed his progress in various projects to them.
I want to say thank you to all who follow this platform for allowing me, recently, to keep you up to speed on projects in my life. Some you may dig, others may not be you. Just saying I’m grateful for your patience to hear me out. None of any of this happens without you. Thanks.— John Cena (@JohnCena) October 12, 2019
The WWE legend is reportedly working on his Hollywood projects – Fast & Furious 9, slated to release in 2020, and The Suicide Squad, which is expected to be out in 2021. However, Cena has announced that he is not done with wrestling. While Cena admitted that he could no longer keep up with the regular action in the ring, he was definitely not ready to walk away for WWE.
Cena last made an appearance at Wrestlemania 35 in April.