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When you start to know someone, all their physical characteristics start to disappear. You begin to dwell in their energy, recognize the scent of their skin. You see only the essence of the person, not the shell. That’s why you can’t fall in love with beauty. You can lust after it, be infatuated by it, want to own it. You can love it with your eyes and your body but not your heart. And that’s why, when you really connect with a person’s inner self, any physical imperfections disappear, become irrelevant.

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You’re not alone. You were never alone. You feel lonely but you’re not truly alone. Look around you, above you.. it’ll take time to realize that God was always with you

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Don’t you go out there sabotaging what God is preparing for you. We often pray for something more fruitful and abundant to enter our space, only to ruin it because we don’t trust it, because it doesn’t look like what we’re used. If you were comfortable with what you were used to, then why are you praying for something else? Did you know that God will send you something perfectly crafted for you, and you can allow your past, your traumas, your fears, your pain and even the negative, narrowed-minded people around you to make you create the exact scenario in your head? You will avoid or chase away a new love interest, friend, job or opportunity; because it’s different from what you’re used to. But God gave it to you, because you prayed for it though. Why are you so insistent on staying stuck and not being happy? It’s your decision and you’re creating this inner turmoil, where there could be joy. Why would you ask for something that you weren’t open to believing in or receiving? That’s a blessing that God could have gifted to someone more equipped to appreciate it. Sure, if you open up you can be hurt or disappointed, but if you don’t, you’ll still be hurt and disappointed. Go after what you deserve and stop allowing the negativity within you and around you, to talk you out of your blessing.

Treka L. House

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Do you have a favorite season of the year? What is it about that season that makes it your favorite? 

We all know that there are the standard four seasons in a year, Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall or Autumn. The process is repetitive, there is no beginning or end to the cycle. Believe it or not, we as humans, go through seasons as well.

“I believe in process. I believe in four seasons. I believe that winter’s tough, but spring’s coming. I believe that there’s a growing season. And I think that you realize that in life, you grow. You get better.” —Steve Southerland

Like the quote says, sometimes our lives resemble what seems to be like a very hard Winter season, and we feel as if we may not get through it. The temperatures are frigid, we don’t want to go “outside” because it seems too hard to get through, but if you set your mind to think in a positive way and have a positive outlook on life, you can believe that your Spring will come, and what comes when Spring comes? Beautiful flowers, sunshine, and many other good things. Spring is also when growing season happens. We start to review the outlook on our lives and situations. We take the right measures, give ourselves the right food for our soul and begin to bloom into the person we were always meant to become. Summer comes after Spring, and that is when we can truly enjoy ourselves in all our glory for everything that we have bloomed into is flourishing like the Sun. After Summer we have Fall, or Autumn, whichever you prefer. During this time, this is where we finally get to relax. Everything is cozy and warm feeling. We finally let go as our leaves (figuratively speaking: bad things, troubles) fall away from us. 

“Every new season of you life will be an opportunity for you to learn and grow. Don’t celebrate the good without celebrating the bad because they both work together to prepare you for the next season of your life.” ―Theresa Lewis

Negative, or bad things happen. Unfortunately it is an inevitable part of life, but we must remember react appropriately and responsibly because for every action there is a reaction. You can not have the positive without negative. They connect together like yin and yang. Just remember it’s up to you to decide how to think and feel in each situation.  

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So these are wierd times and kind of hard with the no socializing.. Sooo imma spread some loveeee

Tag all the people who make you happy and give you a reason to smile, appreciate each other and just give someone a smile yeahhh??

I love you guys

@ice8433 @axetic @hope-isabitch @i-am-a-passing-potatoe @bloodymortician @its-freaky-fred @the-raptor-who-ate-samueljackson @celestial-limerence @lookslikesnow @your-local-wa11flower @incorrecthpjo @spendsmychange @thedaysarecoming @casuallyyoungdragon

Anyone can do this!!! 🎊🎊💜💜

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I love this: “Worry never climbed a hill; Worry never paid a bill; Worry never dried a tear; Worry never calmed a fear; Worry never did a worthwhile thing.” It has been said that worry is interest paid on trouble before it comes due. Jesus tells us that we should not worry about tomorrow for tomorrow will worry about itself. Live one day at a time with peace in our heart and the assurance that He who creates the heavens and the earth is in control.

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In just two months, this blog has gotten 800+ followers as of today! I cannot stress how freaking happy & excited I am that all of you wonderful people are following this account. I’m so honoured & so scared at the same time with the amount of followers I’ve gained in such a short period of time. Thank you THANK YOU! I do hope we could be more interactive with one another!! I would love to get to know all of you better.

Remember: I’m always just an ask & message away! Sending lots of love to everyone today, take care! ♡

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