30 Inspiring ‘Love Bombs’ That Will Make You Want To Be A Better Person

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On my morning mopeditation today, I started thinking about perspective, about cycles, about how things change through time, sometimes suddenly, occasionally with unseen force, and I realized, really, we need to be careful what we wish for and humble in defeat. Sometimes losses are wins just waiting to be seen. Give it time and be kind, to others but most importantly to yourself. Things often have a funny way of somehow working out. Everything I post can be typed up with a typewriter and purchased online at my Etsy shop. 😃 #writersofinstagram #quotes #inspiration #inspire #inspired #wordporn #inspirationoftheday #inspiredyogis #quoteoftheday #quote #quotestagram #quotestoliveby #writers #instaquote #motivation #lifelessons #inspirational #love #longdistancelovebombs #quotes #words #writer #thoughts #instadaily #creativewriting #dailypost #poetrycommunity #writingcommunity

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A friendly reminder.

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Risks. Rewards. Repeat.

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A ONE SENTENCE STORY FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE, WERE, WILL BE, OR MAY ONE DAY BE SINGLE ON VALENTINE’S DAY. A few years ago, I received a random request to make a Valentine's Day print for people without partners (which kind of sounds like a weird support group for single people) that highlights the fact that it’s okay not to have a special person in your life during Valentine’s Day, and to respond to the notion that some people may not have anybody to rub their feet, or hug them, or buy them chocolates, or hold their hand, or present them with a furry teddy bear or shower them with a nice lace-covered card that smells like rose petals, and I thought about it, and I thought about it, and I thought about it, but all of the ideas I came up with seemed to miss the point, and the more I thought about it, and I thought about it, and I thought about it, the more I realized that the point is not that we’re single but rather how we choose to deal with that aloneness, and how we acknowledge the huge difference between lonely and alone, and really, if we need someone else to make us happy, we’re never going to be, so here’s what I came up with for that request and here’s my take at a Valentine’s Day card for single people, a card that you can give yourself, yes, but also an insight that you can share with your own soul,and I encourage you to print it, wrap it and gift it to yourself, but most of all, I encourage you to believe it.

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One of my most treasured possessions is a four-letter word.

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Challenge everything you know, anything you are. Spread yourself too thin. Push yourself too far. Struggle and seek strife. Flirt with disaster and feel too much. Hurt and heal, and then hurt some more. Break. Shatter. Suffer. Play hopscotch with hopelessness and slow dance with sorrow. Smile at regret, at guilt, at shame, and thank them for the hurt they gifted you. Appreciate that pain is a guru worth seeking, a mentor worth needing. Lose yourself in a moment or a memory in order to find yourself stronger, better, closer. Surrender a war to win some peace, but never stop fighting for love, for hope, for connection. Find the ones who hold your heart in their eyes and keep them close inside. Don't let good things go. That is how you grow… I dropped this love bomb at a market on the weekend.

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