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Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Mending what is broken
The places where you hurt are the places where you can begin to heal. The ways in which you are vulnerable are the ways you can gather new strength.
There is no shame in being a victim. Yet there is no reason to remain one.
You are stronger already than every pain you have experienced. Each time you remind yourself of that, you grow even stronger.
Take a long, deep breath of fresh life energy in this brand new moment. You can do amazing things right now, and you know it.
Decide that the disappointments have distracted you long enough. Decide to live more by intention, less by reaction.
By mending what is broken, you discover how very much more is intact and able to do great things. Heal the hurt, feel the strength, and with it make life better than ever.
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