Everyday, something reminds you
that you are different, you are special, you have
something in you and you feel it. Where you are,
what you are right now is not up to a quarter
representation of your dreams.
Because they say it's a jungle out there, or the
government don't care and the hardship is real, or
because they say good men are hard to find; you
start to feel privileged in a place that is not even
qualified to host your qualities. You start to get
I won't blame Icos 11m hoping you'll blame yourself.
For almost forgetting who you are, your talents, your
dreams, your true nature. The elements screaming
inside you "don't murder me!" but your current
situation have created some kind of false comfort
and have twisted your brain to think you can't do any
better. You have shut down the voices inside.
The other day, you were with the mirror and it started
to tell you again how much you have changed, and it
wasn't talking about physical changes like your fairer
face or big curves. No, It was talking about whom
you've become. Almost nothing.
This wasn't the promise you made to it some years
ago. You forgot to get uncomfortable.
Why do the things you promised not to do. Why find
yourself in a place you promised yourself not to be.
Why remain in a relationship you promised yourself
In this lost world, why not stay true to yourself.
We hope y’all have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious weekend ⠀
and a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious week thereafter ⠀
and a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious life ahead. ⠀
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Whilst everyone has their own individual rules to determine self worth, we must always remember that nobody else’s calculations of our worthiness actually matters.
How much you earn, what your neighbour thinks of you, the car you drive, the body you have, the amount of instagram followers you have, it’s all immaterial.
No amount of success, money, body perfection or social media followers will fill the void of poor self worth. Why? Because we’re looking for it in all the wrong places.
We need to start speaking kindly to ourselves and putting a stop to the body shaming and self criticism. Surround ourselves with people who make us feel good and remove the people that don’t. Accept that any form of perfection is unobtainable, be positive, kind to others and work on your self confidence.
Love hard, be kind and f**k what anyone else thinks of you.
We only get one chance at this life, let’s not waste it by trying to live up to other people’s expectations 👊🏻
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