Love is all I need.
Love; to grow each day
Love; to look forward to tomorrow
Love; to create something to hold onto
Love; to have something meaningful
Love; to appreciate all that we already have
Love; to value what is achievable
Love; to exist
Love; to just be
Love; to find our self
Love- is all we need!
If love is so important, then how come none of my heftily paid for education ever covered it under life skills? How is it that we are never taught at home to provide this priceless service for ourselves as a way to nurture?
If that’s all that it takes to be at peace and make sense of the crazy world, then why not start with myself? If, charity begins at home, then so should the loving.
Why not love ourselves just as unabashedly, selfishly, unconditionally and respectably as we expect and long to be loved by someone else?
WE could all do our little piece in this world- its free!
- Plant the pots and nurture them despite the busy schedule
- Have a bed-time routine, read, pamper, listen to music, sing
- Catch more sunrises in the company of comfort
- Get an adrenaline high more often- take a walk, run the trail, click that hill, dance to those songs
- Pick a hobby, let age be no bar- not all hobbies can be as old as you are and not all can pay, some are just meant to make you feel better
- Earn that dessert you crave instead of starving your way through it
- Laugh more often and let the world see your molars, find more reasons to show that smile
- Visit a new place, no matter how clichéd and soak in its beauty
- Show gratitude to the winds for whispering sweet nothings in your hair and the stars for flirting with you through the twinkles
- Respect comes with acceptance- gift it to yourself with a disproportionately huge bow on top
No one has a quick formula to happiness, and the ones who claim to have are the ones struggling the most. Open your hearts to making a fool of yourself and forgive the ignorance of the ones who run to judge you. Love yourself, not with blind faith, but by knowing that it’s okay to be different from most. After all, we are not the output of economies of scale, but individual creations of the universe.
Love; because how can we ask for more when there isn’t much to give?