Here is a hard thing to admit. Sometimes you are the most toxic person in the room. Sometimes, you have allowed the world to bring you down so much that you spew negativity.
By The River Piedra, I Sat Down and Wept by Paolo Coelho. This book opened new doors for me.
“Walk. Find something cool or useful that’s about a mile away, and go there every day. Should take you 20 minutes each way.”
It means that if your path is filled with roadblocks, you either drive through them or find another road.
You see, here is the brutal truth about people: they may have the absolute best intentions, but they will, like the leaves of the trees that promised they would never leave, drift away. They are temporary and unreliable. They have their own issues to work through, and no matter how much they promise they are going to be there for you, people will let you down. It’s human nature.
What is my identity? Or in other words, are we what we are, or are we what we do?
Forgiveness doesn’t mean that they won or have more power over you. It allows you to free yourself from unnecessary pain and resentment.
The dreams you remember are for a reason, it’s your unconscious trying to reach out to you.
My journal is the context for my dreams. It’s my favorite place to be.
If there is one thing that we like to tell ourselves, it is that everything happens for a reason and that heartache and disruption blow through our lives so that they can teach us important lessons that will help us start again.