These unsaid words, sometimes a bit too much to bear and slowly turning to regret !
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You made it ❤️ You see, pain is so temporary. When bad things happen we sit in that emotion, and dwell in old memories. I've learned that the best thing to do is forgive. That forgiveness isn't for them, but it's for YOU. We can still love the people that hurt us, but when we resist forgiveness then it hurts us even more. Learn to love and let go. Allow your soul to heal from the pain by becoming love & light. Better things await for you ❤
“There’s too much shame in being a victim and not enough shame in being a victimizer” (pg. 62)
#MeToo . Sending out my love to all the brave women speaking out against abuse. It’s not your fault, your voice matters, and I believe you.
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“My life is not this steeply sloping hour,
in which you see me hurrying.
Much stands behind me; I stand before it like a tree;
I am only one of my many mouths,
and at that, the one that will be still the soonest.
I am the rest between two notes,
which are somehow always in discord
because Death’s note wants to climb over—
but in the dark interval, reconciled,
they stay there trembling.
And the song goes on, beautiful.” ~Rainer Maria Rilke, The Selected Poetry of
This is what happened when I was given the opportunity to write poem for my Dad. I started each line in the poem with a letter in my Dad's name. 📹 #BARRY
Happy birthday Poppa Shango. Thank you so much for paving the way and setting an example. You mean the world to me.
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