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Not being welcome is your greatest fear. It is the deep seated fear that it would have been better if you had not lived.
At every moment you have to decide to trust the voice that says, “I love you. I knit you together in your mother’s womb.”
You must keep unmasking the lie and think, speak, and act according to the truth that you are very, very welcome.
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Grow where you’re planted, so they say.
As you grow, what seeds are you producing? What are you sowing?
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Driving On Empty
It is the deafening unspoken that rings the loudest. — (via sonofastoryteller)
Things are a little foggy lately.
“Repeat after me:
I am not a problem
to be solved. Repeat after me:
I am worthy I am worthy I am
neither the mistake nor
— Sierra DeMulder
‘It is finished.’ May those words land on your bones for the nights when fear tells you the cross was a beginning & you must finish grace. — Jon Acuff
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“As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler;
solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty,
nor weakness weakness.” | Henry David Thoreau
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