Healing, love and light.
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Healing, love and light.
What I have achieved in 3.2 decades
Not so good things
Things to look forward to in 2018
You too are good enough, just as you are. Don’t let the bastards get you down. Ha!
I am coming to terms with the fact that I need help. That in itself is an accomplishment.
I have spent so many years of my adult life dishonoring who I really am as a person by chasing what were other people’s desires, expectations and hopes for MY life.
I appreciate that many believe I have this huge untapped potential, but somehow, I realize more and more that the only true things that you have in your life are the smallest moments.
You don’t remember the huge spotlight moments, at least I don’t. I remember the sensation of a touch, the memories certain smells bring, the part of a movie which moved you, the feelings when you hear a certain song.
The small moments, these are my goals for 2018. I don’t want to keep missing the ordinary miracles whilst chasing the extraordinary.
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