Tag: motivation

Powerful Mind

I’ve found that a good portion of our lives is spent within our minds. Not a day goes by where we are not in our heads. We contemplate the world around us. The situations we face are fluttering around and caught by our emotions. We remain locked in what feels to be an eternal struggle,

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End of the Masquerade

Learn to see your worth. We forget who we are and let the opinions of others affect us. Once we learn to love ourselves we should know our value. Don’t allow anyone to disrespect you. It can come in many ways so be wary, drama introduced in your life, time wasted, manipulations, and etc. You

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Live, Learn, Love

I believe we forget how refreshing it all seems to be, to wake up and know that the day is filled with endless possibilities. It is perplexing to me the intricate details that help set the next couple of choices in motion. The world is filled with a mystery and an allure that is truly

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Stop and Breathe

Just stop!!! Take a deep breath….exhale. You’re ok….everything will be ok… Feel better? No? Well, just know that’s it ok to not feel better. The truth is that there will be many times where things don’t go your way. 28 years. This is the amounted time I’ve been on this beautiful, marble-like planet. In this

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Why Write?

What are you really after? I ponder this question before every story or poem I write. It would seem to hold a significant weight on my chest. Even within the realm of Instagram where I post poems and quotes.  Let’s not sugar coat things, we all seek to be recognized is some way but the

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You Are A Star

You may always stare at the mirror wondering what’s missing. If that certain someone will bring a deeper connection. But please listen, you are not a part, you are not missing something. You are royalty. If they cannot see your worth, it is not about proving it to them. Continue to shine. There isn’t “the

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Pure imagination

It’s ok. I get it, you’re trying. You are saying the right words, smiling the right way, you’re “fine”. But are you really? Why do you hide behind a facade? Is it truly worth it? Just in knowing or admitting you are weak, it makes you strong. Take it from me, who would truly acknowledge

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