I saw this quote on my yogi tea the other day and it hit home. It was a reminder to myself to keep taking advantage of and creating new experiences. Every experience that I have had, including my fair share of challenges, have shaped who I am today. .
Sometimes we get in our own way and want things to be perfect before start something new. What we often forget, is that nothing is ever perfect and that the bumps that we face in life are growth opportunities.
She was fragile not like flower; she was fragile like a bomb. 🔥💣🔥 Happy Flex Friday y’all!! 💪🏼💪🏼 I used to think being fragile or sensitive was a BAD thing, but I’ve come to understand it doesn’t mean that I’m WEAK. My sensitivity is the very trait that allows me to connect with people, but don’t mistake that kindness and sensitivity for weakness. 🙅🏻♀️🙅🏻♀️ You see, I’ve had to fight really hard to KNOW my strength and how to HARNESS my sensitivity, so now when I feel bad people or bad intentions around me... I have no fear to say, get the EFF away from me with your BS. 🙅🏻♀️🙅🏻♀️ I used to walk away from people or situations feeling like it was always me because I was so sensitive, now I realize to protect my sensitivity and not become jaded - it’s perfectly AWESOME if I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and not trying to constantly please everyone. I ended up pleasing everyone but myself. 😒😒 Now I know I can be fragile and sensitive, but also prepared with the 💥💥 to kick all the naysayers and bullshit to the curb where it belongs. 👏🏼👏🏼 Do you have any traits that you used to feel were negative growing up, only to really embrace them and grow into their power as an adult??