With each aspect of ourselves that we embrace, we activate another dose of grace. When we accept that we are doing our very best, given an awareness of all circumstances, we allow ourselves space to be okay with less than absolute perfection.
Grace feels like warm sunshine beaming down when the ground is frozen all around.
Grace is the cooling breeze when the air feels like a hot blanket dragging you down.
Grace is a sense of fullness when the same situation would normally leave one feeling empty; depleted.
I encourage you to sort through and find ways to give yourself more love. Not band-aids or patches that fall off in a light wind. Be the love you seek in others, fill your cup where you desire it from others.
Ask yourself as many times a day as you can, “what would someone who loves him/herself do?” Then do your best to do it.
So often when faced with too many options, we freeze or run. Learning to follow your heart and your truth helps to unlock greater doses of Grace for you. Love yourself enough to ask “what would love do?”
Grace will soon surround you in its protective and nurturing embrace. With each degree that we love us, the more our cups open to receive this love called Grace. It’s okay to love you, it helps the rest of us when you do.