It’s time to stop apologizing for your heart. For the way you feel everything so deeply.
Because self-love looks better on you than self-loathe. Self-love looks better on you than self-pity.
I’m slowly learning how to let that fear go; the fear of shaking my stability, the fear of things falling apart, the fear of short-lived happiness, the fear of the low after the high.
Maybe the things that don’t work the way you want them to or the prayers that go unanswered are all God’s way of saving you.
This is me kissing the past goodbye.
Do me a favor and fill your void with people who are good for your wellbeing. People who lift you up. People who remind you of your greatness and your potential. People who know how to value you.
Thank you for being our light and giving us your torch to light ourselves up again when we need it.
It’s not okay to lie to people just because you’re confused and you’re looking for a way out.
God has given you so many signs to change directions but you were too stubborn to follow them. It only hits you once you start repairing all the damage this loss has caused.
You still think acting overly confident will distract people from seeing how insecure you really are.