The bottom line is when you find The One it’s less about who he is than it is about who you are when you’re with him. Who he turns out to be might surprise you. Who you become in relationship with him is the very best more joyful version of yourself.
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Ken Pivak is my favorite photographer. This man photographs some of the most beautiful people on the planet and has a way with finding the most extraordinary beauty anywhere. He’s a genius artist, his tool is his camera, and the world is his canvass.
People tend to wake up one day and wonder where the spark went. I know better. I know any fire requires fuel to burn.
I’ve seen a commitment to gratitude and appreciation bring the most damaged relationships back from the brink. However, more importantly gratitude and appreciation set a tone that prevents relationships from getting to the brink in the first place.
This isn’t about judgement. It’s not about right or wrong. It’s not even about consequences. It’s about how you’re going to feel about yourself the morning after knowing he might not call again. It’s about whether you feel like you sacrificed or not.
This year let’s opt out of wanting our bodies to be different in favor of loving the bodies we have now more than ever before. This year let’s remember love is a verb. It’s about treating our bodies like bodies we love.
You can’t expect someone to love all of you when you’re only willing to show the bright and shiny parts. All of us have some icky scary stuff we’d like to hide, but if you want intimacy you can’t. Vulnerability is required if we want to be loved deeper than the surface, and everyone wants to be loved deeply.
The quality of your life will be determined by the quality of the moments in it. Little things add up and more importantly those little things determine your dominant vibration, which determines everything you experience.
No woman, or man for that matter, can hate themselves enough to become something beautiful. Self loathing or even self doubt just isn’t sexy.
We can rewrite our story – past, present and future – at any time. I believe, like Albert Einstein, that time is an illusion.