Why does it seem like it’s easier to break stuff than to rebuild it? One of the easiest things to do is sabotage your spirit; the dismantling of confidence, self esteem, and self worth really just takes a few hard hitting comments. The damage is done after that.
We often beat ourselves up more than anyone else that we know.
But with anything, there’s always hope. There’s always a day where we can look at our lives and ourselves and say “enough”, even if that day comes time and again. So pick it up, get up, and get to moving in the right direction. You can do it.
Don’t be afraid to find your voice. Find it, develop it, and put it to work. With so much going on in the world right now, it’s important to have a voice – and to use it.
I almost feel compelled to whisper when looking at this week’s space. Maybe it’s the internal simplicity, providing a subtle, quiet, meditative peace, or the warmth of the wood contrasting brilliantly with the outer cold, or maybe it’s just the expansive majesty of that view. Either way, I won’t babble on too much and spoil it. Let the daydreams commence.
Light your fire, grab your coffee (or wine), snag your book…and cozy up to the warmth of this week’s great wintry space.
We’re all alive…but are we living? We have beating hearts, but do they love? We have eyes, but do they truly see? Let’s not get so caught up in surviving that we forget about actually living. Be well, and thanks for reading.
How easy is it to neglect our own needs? So easy…too easy, really. Let’s make sure that we’re taking care of ourselves, so that we can take care of business with full minds and hearts.
Here’s a little Monday morning wordplay…and a reminder for us all to recognize the immense worth that we carry with us each and every day. Be well, and thanks for reading.
Just a little humorous thought for the day. Be well, and best of days to all. Thanks for reading!
Just a few words here, and a gentle reminder to pursue your passions, no matter how futile they may seem. Let’s push forward! Be well, and thanks for reading.
Just a little wordplay. Be well, and thank you for reading.
Reclining Woman, 1917.
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