Dear Me, (you)
Why is it that you’re everyone else’s greatest cheerleader, but you struggle to pick up the pom poms for yourself?
Don’t you realize that your cheer means more to others when they see you yelling “Yes you can!” for yourself? Only when you’re your own greatest cheerleader can you achieve what you must.
Not hearing that voice within?
YOU CAN DO IT! YES YOU CAN! BE YOUR SWEET SELF’S GREATEST FAN!
I’ve put $3 worth of gas in my tank before and I’ve put $40 in my tank. I’ve had $5 to feed myself and I’ve had $500 to go out to eat. I’ve asked for rides and given rides. I’ve had a house full of food and I’ve been without food. I’ve given people clothes. I’ve been given clothes. I’ve been in stores cashing out with no worries and I’ve also had to add it up and put it back. I’ve paid my rent in full and I’ve had to pay it late too. I’ve given money and I too have had to ask for it. We all have highs and lows in life, some certainly more than others, but we’re all just trying to make it. No one is better than anyone else, and I pity those who think that they are. No matter how big your house is, how new your car is, or how much money sits in your bank account – we all bleed red and will all die someday. Death has no discrimination neither should your life. Be kind to others. And know not everyone has the same heart as you… The people who pretend they love you so much will leave you standing in all the storms just so they can shine…
I Challenge you to copy & paste this! Most people won’t because they’re the person I’m talking about…. But if you are Genuine, Post A Picture of yourself.
Enjoy life! You only get one. ❤️
Kintsugi – in Japan, broken objects are often repaired with gold. The flaw is seen as a unique piece of the objects history, which adds to its beauty. Consider this when you’re feeling broken.
I am sharing this because it’s a wonderful concept to ponder on the days I feel like giving up. I love the thought that despite being broken in many pieces, I can still be put back together and the scars or broken pieces will forever shine as beautifully as the gold the Japanese use to repair an object.
If you were able to believe in Santa Claus for like 8 years…you certainly can believe in yourself for like 5 minutes!
A poor widow came and put in two small copper coins, which are worth a penny. (Mark 12:42)
Your copper Penny is enough. Your one vote. Your one prayer. Your one little good deed. Any gift given with love is filled with God and so with infinite power.
In faith, give the copper Penny. Trust each one. And give many.
Imagine a life full of such miracles – SGH