I get so tired of it.
The “this is how you should look/feel/live/have” etc game. You need to stay over here in this societal approved place of perceived achievement. Like we need to drag around the skeletons of what we looked like or where we were before like some prize of where we used to stand.
You might as well cut up a chunk of earth you once walked on and put it on your wall. You’re not there. You’re here. Be here. Be who you are here.
Advertisers and marketing don’t do “be here”. Being here doesn’t sell because this would be enough and they wouldn’t make any money. The want you to want more and they want you to want to be more, which means they make you feel that you are less.
Convincing you with billions of dollars that you give them to make you feel bad for the “less” that you have or are and not to have gratitude for what you do have. You should want more. See, this spray painted image of what we tell you is perfection? She has more. Be like this airbrushed perfection advertisement created in a computer program to make you feel less than. Pah.
Who you are right now is the most important and powerful that you have been in your existence. You carry in your heart the experiences that have made you stronger, the times that you have came out on top and the lessons that didn’t destroy you.
You have gotten here. Here. You are so powerful. You don’t need their box, their hoops, their definitions, their dreams. Your dreams. That’s what matters. Your definition of you and your dreams which are in you right now.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting more, but never let anyone tell you wanting more at the expense of you not being enough is ok. You are more than enough. I bow to you, here in the now present moment of here, in deep gratitude for all that you are.
Thank you for blessing the Earth with your presence. Much love
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