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Thursday, March 16, 2017
A Thing of Beauty

Lately there are a lot of things I've found wrong with myself, and I would hardly consider myself beautiful. However, today I've discovered the true beauty in my life ... emotional freedom. I've crawled out of my depression enough to realize things are not as they should be, nor how I deserve, and I want more. I've rediscovered the beauty of confidence, and knowing that no matter what, I will make it through by my own merit. I will make it through with love. Love conquers all.

It's a thing of beauty to experience real love, even if it comes and goes. I used to think heartache was the worst. No one wants to experience heartache, but we all have and will again. This applies to friends, family, pets, and even things. It hurts to lose something you valued, no matter what it is. It's a thing of beauty to experience pain, loss, disappointment, hurt, anger, etc. Without those things we'd never know or appreciate anything else. So often we take for granted what comes naturally; physically and emotionally. We take for granted the things others do, as well as our ability to do for others. It's a thing of beauty to realize the equal importance of everything in this world! And I mean everything!

When things are bad, it's reeeeeeeeeeeeeeally easy to lose yourself and confuse right/wrong, good/bad, and accept less than greatness. This is why people get stuck in sorry dead-end jobs, lousy "friendships", and wack relationships.

"It's better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all."

Find love. Be love. Accept love. Don't rely on others for love. Don't compare love, and Don't fear love ... for love bears all things. It's a thing of beauty to be free in love.

Posted at 3/16/2017 8:31:05 pm by 5537izMore

 

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