If you’ve been in a desert season for a while now, I know how difficult it can be to even imagine good things springing up for you here. But I want you to know that the desires you hold within you have meaning—they have a purpose.
When love is bigger than a feeling, it no longer looks starry-eyed or sounds dreamy or has butterflies doing rounds in our bellies, but it transitions into a quiet knowing between two hearts that this what we have here is gold.
When love decides to walk out of your life, as hard as it may be, hold the door open for it to leave.
I hope you open your heart to see all the beauty and goodness that’s around you and that is still yet to find you.
Your time with them was not wasted. As much as you may feel this way when a relationship doesn’t end well, this isn’t always true.
When we allow our hearts to break, we allow reality to enter and seep right through our veiled existence. We allow space for knowledge and understand the need to silence our thoughts and ideas about the world so that we can finally listen to what’s really being said.
You are not responsible for the way another person treats you.
I want a love that is soft and tender. That whispers to my quiet broken corners. That leaves me feeling seen and heard and wanted and loved.