Yay Jessica!

musings from a homesick girl

sent to me from the Universe a few days ago… my new mantra

You’re beautiful enough, jessica. 

You’re special enough. 

You’re sexy, playful, and fun enough. 

You’ve worked enough. 

You’ve cried enough. 

You’ve been grateful, generous, and kind enough. 

Okay, then? 

    The Universe

PS. I’m not the one who needs convincing, jessica, nor have I been the one holding it back, dude. Love yourself as we love you.

… and i will never again let anyone make me feel like i am not enough … 

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wow

wow

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holy shit. who wants to go to RI with me?!

holy shit. who wants to go to RI with me?!

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dont mind if i do…

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Poolside Remix of Cat Rider from Nabuma Rubberband.

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feeling this like whoa. always loved this song, but it has never made as much sense as it does right now.

(Source: youtube.com)

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dear god. WANT

dear god. WANT

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Dear Human: You’ve got it all wrong. You didn’t come here to master unconditional love. That is where you came from and where you’ll return. You came here to learn personal love. Universal love. Messy love. Sweaty love. Crazy love. Broken love. Whole love. Infused with divinity. Lived through the grace of stumbling. Demonstrated through the beauty of… messing up. Often. You didn’t come here to be perfect. You already are. You came here to be gorgeously human. Flawed and fabulous. And then to rise again into remembering. But unconditional love? Stop telling that story. Love, in truth, doesn’t need ANY other adjectives. It doesn’t require modifiers. It doesn’t require the condition of perfection. It only asks that you show up. And do your best. That you stay present and feel fully. That you shine and fly and laugh and cry and hurt and heal and fall and get back up and play and work and live and die as YOU. It’s enough. It’s Plenty. Courtney A. Walsh (via hazeybluesoul)

(Source: erosboros, via inhabitude)

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Make touch a part of your primary relationships. This sounds simple, obvious even. Unfortunately, we have become a very hands-off culture. Fewer and fewer of our daily interactions involve touch. As we rely on social media and smart phones for the bulk of our communication, our relationships often involve less physical contact than we need. Make a point of touching people on the arm or shoulder as you speak with them. Greet friends with a hug. Play a pick-up game of basketball instead of just watching the game. When we begin to remember that we are not just minds stuck inside a body, but body and mind working in concert, we can begin to heal old hurts in a deeper and lasting way. What Happens When Our Emotions Stay in Our Bodies -
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