I’m grateful there is a light inside me, at the center of me, in this place called my soul, in this ancient and steady core of me. I’m grateful it’s my true self and it burns bright, no matter how much mess I cover it in. I’m grateful for the moments in which a glimmer of that light finds its way through the cracks in my false self. I’m grateful for the glimpse into an unchanging truth:
I’m good enough.
And so are you.
Because you have a light at the center of you, too.
I’m grateful your light comes from the same Source as my light. I’m grateful we’re all connected by our common heritage and that, once we embrace the brilliance of that brightness, all that will be left to do is embrace each other.
Dr Kelly Flanagan
Isn’t that so beautiful? It totally resonates with me.
- Find the full article here: The Two Kinds of Gratitude (And How to Cultivate the Lasting One)
- I’m always so encouraged when I find other like minded souls. I’ve only just met Vilina through blogging but love her already! Read her latest post: Vulnerability and grace as the path towards wholehearted living
- Elizabeth Gilbert posted this link on her FB page. It’s a video: Brené Brown: The Anatomy of Trust