Your young years should not ever be the best years of your life.
“Are you gonna tell him, or should I?” Those were the words Dimitri Joseph Moïse heard outside a room in his doctor’s office, where he sat waiting to hear whether or not his HIV test was positive.
We must listen to what’s wrong, feel it, move through it, allow it just to be.
This is the moment you realize that you will never find peace standing in the ruins of what you used to be.
This is why it is so easy to overlook our true purpose, our best skills, our soulmates… even when they are right in front of us.
You cannot be a self-hating person and expect to build a loving, healthy life.
Your glow up might not be something others can see. It might not come across as a shift on the surface.
There is nothing that you can do to win someone, or something, that is not meant to be yours.
You have to prove to the Universe that you’re ready to go all in.
From the time you’re little, everyone offers you advice on how to navigate your mind and heart. They’ll tell you to follow your gut, trust your instinct, to place logic aside, to pursue a life that’s true to your soul.