You’re stronger than you think you are. You are capable of turning things around and making your situations better. It all starts when you believe in yourself. It all starts when you tell yourself that there is nothing you can’t do
Things may be rough, but storms don’t last forever. You’ll arrive at your paradise soon enough. Everything will fall into place.
No one told me that when I got divorced it would feel like I divorced my children, too.
She had (and still has) a strength and resilience that is admirable. To sacrifice, to persevere, to put your own needs aside for something greater (in her case, her children) – that is true courage. It is this very courage that I find missing in many people of this generation.
If love is the strongest force in the world, which I believe it is, I want to seek it first in myself.
Dear God, thank you for the grief I experienced too young because it made me resilient. I am not destroyed by the people who leave me because the ones who meant everything to me have left already.
You never let yourself feel complacent or overly satisfied. When you’ve accomplished something, you give yourself permission to celebrate, but after an appropriate amount of time, you’re on to the next thing – always focusing on the future and how you can grow.
You are never defined by your brokenness. And even in your lowest, most painful moments, you are beautiful, powerful, and strong.
Like fire, she is unpredictable. Like fire, she is not meant to be tamed.
We remain tough when everyone else feeling weak. We are the shoulder to cry on. We are the one that is always there for everyone else.