“Had I not created my whole world, I would certainly have died in other people’s.” ~Anais Nin
It is humanly impossible to judge someone based on the chapter of their life that you walk in on. Far from perfect, but some days I want to allow the “inner me” to tear some stuff up and put people in their place, but I HAVE TOO MUCH going on in my life. If I ever allowed my disruptive situations to dictate my every move I am pretty sure I would not have the freedom to walk away from the things that are not helping me grow.
We all have the choice to stay in unhealthy relationships and hope for the best, or walk away into a life that will help you be your best you. In seasonal changes of life you will lose some people that you once thought the world of but in actuality they served their purpose in your life and it’s time to move on. These experiences sharpen your awareness of self and help you realize that being flawed does not make you imperfect.
It is true that one of the hardest things to do in life is to decide whether to HOLD ON or LET GO! Ultimately, you’ll decide to let go of what hurts you if it’s not propelling your personal growth.
Your life experiences shape and mold your character. By no means is my life perfect and devoid of bad choices, I have just learned how to be a broken crayon and still color. The smile on my face is because of my determination to be a better version of me each day. The tears I cried over all the things that have fallen apart in my life were opportunities to cleanse my soul and embrace my personal trials. LIFE is HARD but Life GOES ON!
My world…my individuality…my uniqueness sets me apart. I’m a rare design creating my own path because my hunger for more in life keeps me going. As I continue to find out more about myself, experience all of the things that life has to offer, and learn from my seasons in life, I value my existence. I don’t have time to belittle anyone’s life because I have not walked a day in their shoes.
Being perfectly imperfect is okay with me.
I will not dim my light just so someone else can shine. I will not be less great because I find myself in the rough from time to time. I’m a rare cut…CUSTOM CLOTH…completely original…AUTHENTIC and GENUINE. Being a diamond in the rough does not make you less desirable than diamonds on display. It makes you more refined because of your purity.
I make myself better…once I’m better, being perfectly flawed becomes my beauty.
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Thank you Charity
OMG, I love this..
Thank you Mrs. Coley