In a world that constantly tells us to be happy we need to a particular size, shape or skin tone, we must start embracing all the parts that make us who we are and remember that we all unique.
Another woman’s beauty is not the absence of your own.” -Taylor
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I had to post this!! I just truly believe this with all my heart!! ♥️ Sometimes I think people treat people so cruel, and sometimes its not intentional, its because they are hurting inside themselves...I’ve seen it, and I’ve been the brunt of it. And thats when we have to look inside them and see who they truly are, and know they mean no harm, and that they are just hurting within...now of course, that does not excuse how they treated someone, but it does make it understandable. But it does warrant an apology, and maybe a coffee and donut!😉🍩☕️♥️ Kidding! We all go through so much in this life, and we all have a back story, some easy, some so hard that its hard to want to keep going, but, thats life, its a challenge in itself, you never quite, tomorrow is a new day, yesterday is gone. God gives his toughest challenges to his strongest warriors!! I do believe that!! #lovethis#meaning#life#bestrong#understanding#challenges#haveaheart#heart#love#patience#tolerance#care#bekind#notcruel#weallhaveissues#look#seeeachother#dontbecruel#unique#gentle
*singing* On the 11th day of Christmas the babies gave to meeee.... Wisdom.
Here's what I got from this: not saying one should be delusional, but we have to learn to put ourselves in the mindset of what we want to manifest in our lives. I first saw this when I started nursing school. My main concern was the fact that I had no hospital environment experience or basic nurse's aide training like the majority of my classmates did, which I felt placed me at a great disadvantage in terms of patient interaction. Larry's analogy led me to place myself in the mindset of a nurse, forcing me focus my attention on perfecting the skills I was learning rather than the experience I didn't have, and implementing them as a nurse would. I was practicing the reality I wanted for myself. Though not licensed yet, in my mind, I am a nurse. Not simply acting or pretending to be one. This might not be exactly what he meant, but it has been very instrumental in getting me through my courses. Larry doesn't talk much, but I've noticed that when he's given the opportunity to sit down and express himself, beauty flows. A gorgeous man, he is. 🤗😘♥