You’re going to send positive vibes out into the world. Not because you need something good to happen to offset your shitty week. But because you work hard and you deserve for good shit to happen.
I weirdly feel like this is deja vu. I visit my parents’ house at least once a week. And when I do, I fight the urge to call it just my “dad’s house,” which is, unfortunately, what it is.
It’s startling how quickly your life can turn around by making the choice to go through with something you want to do. This morning, I did yoga for nine minutes.
The help I’m actively seeking, the help I’ve been actively wanting and needing, is flat out inaccessible.
The past four years have taught me that there’s truth in the written word – and I’m eager, now to go out there and chase it.
Be thankful that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. The holiday season may not be great for everyone, but try to remember that for however hard you have it this year, things could be better than you could imagine the following.
Belief in an afterlife is subjective to the individual.
Your choice is to recognize what is actually worth your time. Your choice is to recognize what will hurt you, and what you can learn from.
It’s gotten easier to know that those text messages are for me, rather than trying to connect with her and wait for a miracle.
Remember to work hard and don’t become complacent.