I’ve been thinking about you A LOT, and I have an idea…
I want to make a pact with you.
Yeah, yeah, you’re probably want to know what it is first, right?
What if today could be the day that you don’t beat yourself up for all the things you didn’t get around to?
What if you didn’t look for ways that you think you are not quite good enough, wrong, or imperfect?
What if today you didn’t have so many expectations that it would be impossible for anyone to complete even if we did have 36 hour days?
If you didn’t make yourself feel small or less than, to whatever silly standard you’ve been holding yourself to?
What if today was the day you counted your blessings and made yourself the very first one on the list?
What if instead you noticed how far you’ve come and how much progress you’ve made?
What if today your standard is one of holding yourself to a standard of kindness over perfection?
What if today you embraced the fullness of you? Your gigantic heart, your generous spirit, and how hard you try every single day?
What if today you saw yourself as you truly are:
Beautiful. Whole. Enough.
It takes courage.
You’ve been telling yourself something very different for a long time, so it can be scary to try this on. But I’m here with you, we’re going to do this together remember?
Right now you might be thinking:
But what if I’m actually not good enough?
What if I deserve to be hard on myself?
What will other people think of me if I think I’m already enough?
What will keep me from becoming complacent?
Here’s what I have to say to you my beautiful friend:
It’s not even possible for you to be less than enough. You are love, you are light, and you are the world’s wish wrapped up as a human being. All is possible through you, because you are potential itself. You are divine and you matter.
Thank you for being a part of my life, I truly cherish, and love you. So, are you going to join me in the pact? Let me know that you’re in on the comments below!
If you know anyone who needs to hear this message today, please feel free to be their light and share it on Facebook, Tweet it out loud, and forward it to your friends.
We are beacons for each other. By shining our light we bring each other home to their own.