I need to stop letting others tell me how to live my life or hand me temporary solutions to problems that only came about because I do not trust myself.
The best relationship is one that thrives on distance and closeness. It’s not one to the exclusion of the other while retaining individual freedom.
Knowing another person loved and cared for me revealed my worth and taught me I deserve more than the superficial ‘love makes the world go round’ fantasy.
We put so much pressure on ourselves and others. I’ve come to accept that nothing is permanent, that everything is in constant flux.
I don’t have to concern myself about what others think because it’s none of my business, it has nothing to do with me and everything to do with them
When life circumstances force us to think outside our boxes, the best way to escape the constraints of the logical mind is to become fluid.
We don’t love because we want to get something out of the other person. We love it because it’s what we can offer from our internal fuel tank.
As much as I desire, despite wishing upon the stars, saying a prayer under my breath with the best intentions, nothing lasts forever.
Unless we are highly conscious, our brain automatically defers to our animalistic past, where fighting is a survival instinct.
I had this thought, what if everything the Bible teaches is wrong, or at best, incomplete? Wouldn’t I be missing out big time?
A prose poem about the rising of the phoenix that sprang herself out of the ashes and got herself born all over again.
A prose poem about sitting and processing difficult emotions while watching them pass through.
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