Our happiness is not contingent, our peace is inherent.
Part of “loving yourself” is being honest with yourself about when it’s time to make a change, and not for the sake of appeasing others or the little gremlins in your head.
Our hearts are like children and our brains are like adults.
They must work together,
and strike an equilibrium of responsibility and love.
Too much power either which way is never good.
Reminder to: Loving yourself. Being true to yourself. Having confidence in yourself. That’s the way to saving yourself.
Love is not something that requires brain work. It does not a riddle to be solved or a mystery to be uncovered. It just simply is, and we just have to let it be, and not be, naturally.
Learning to dance in public without pretense is incredibly liberating, and people will envy you for it.
When you don’t love someone, you just don’t. And there is no way to soften that, or make it sound better, or provide any kind of runner-up consolation prize that isn’t a complete slap in the face. There are often just those unrequited feelings which leave one person feeling like an anthropomorphic pile of feces and the other like the world’s biggest asshole. But that’s life.