Love is not a power play, not roles and dynamics and shoes you must fill. You don’t need to become something better just to have someone’s affection, even if the other person’s intentions are pure. And you can’t make someone change for your reasons, or even the right reasons.
Each and every change reveals something new about yourself that you didn’t pay attention to before.
Be the laughter that spreads, the smile that greets a person who is struggling through their day. Be the encouragement a stranger needs, a shoulder for one to lean on, a hand to pull them back to their feet again.
Deciding to change your life involves a difficult confrontation with reality that will not only change your life but save it.
The right question at the right time can change the course of a life, can still a turbulent mind, or heal an angry heart.
As a traveler, where I’ve been isn’t half as important as where I’m going.
In 2018, it’s time to face the harsh reality of new beginnings.
In light of the Las Vegas massacre, we need to talk about how we talk about mass shootings.
I refuse to blame my past and the people in it because when you learn and grow that’s you’re winning.
You’re wasting your time trying to change a tin man. You’re wasting on your heart on him. You’re wasting away and your getting so tired. So stop. Stop hoping that it will work out. Stop praying that he will be different tomorrow or the next day, or the next day.