In connection to the last post, Fall in Love with Yourself, learning to love ourselves sometimes requires us to be brutally honest with ourselves, exposing our shadows, our doubts, the negative emotions we try and fail to push away.
Embracing ourselves fully as glorious spiritual beings living imperfect physical lives in a degraded physical world. Emotional honesty is often scary, yet so good for the soul. It wakes us up. It stirs something within to try to approach the same old problems differently. It opens doors for the heart that have been sealed shut. Emotional honesty can often serve to energize and empower us.
We are all tired, and we don’t wish to take this anymore. Let’s shout it from the rooftops. We want things to change, and we want them to begin to change NOW, in this very moment, because this moment is all we have.
“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!” speech from the 1976 film…
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