Sometimes the hardest part of finding yourself is stepping into the unknown. The unknown can be intimidating. It will ward off the weak at heart, challenge the strong-willed, and find the warriors.
Let yourself be a warrior.
It will feel cumbersome at times, but the courage it takes for that first step can transform a person. Let valor wash over you like a mid-summer night’s breeze.
Think of the fear of change and the unknown as a solid mass and courage as water. Water will take time to chip away at the mass until a valley is present, but there is a promise that the valley is in the works. Likewise, it will take time for the valley of hope to manifest out of the unknown mass but courage can create a miracle.
It is time to manifest the unknown.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”
Finding a bit of peace in such a busy and hectic world is also very important for one’s well-being.
One of my “pieces” is animals.
It doesn’t take much to find a shred of peace. It could be a minor element to those looking from the outside;in; but to you, it is relaxing. It calms you down in stressful times. Remember to take time for yourself.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
– Anatole France
The darker the storm, the brighter the rainbow. 💚
My Promises ^_^
I promise to update when I can..
- I promise to help reduce the stigma associated with invisible illnesses of any kind; both mental and physical. I will make a space where others can turn to for help.
- I promise that I will do my best to make this a “safe place” for anyone in this community.
- I will treat everyone like family.
- I will hold myself to the same respect that I hold others.
- I will encourage Self-love.
- I will be transparent in my actions.
- I promise to always be open minded.
- I promise to send out messages of encouragement.
- I promise to share all stories with the community, good or bad.
- I promise to remind people that they are never alone, whatever their struggles may be.
- I promise to share all of my journey.
- (almost all pictures are those that I personally take.)
- I lastly promise to keep all above promises.
“The question is not how to get cured, but how to live.” -Joseph Conrad