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We often pour ourselves into things that drain us, rather than restore us. There is no reciprocity in a person or thing that is toxic.
But when you are pouring into the right people & things? It comes back to you. It makes you better. Always. Choose wisely.
A whole bunch of Cassandras on Twitter. Folks that cover up their awkwardness by "slandering" all day and causing chaos.
I'll say it again. "Date someone who wants you. Date someone who wants what you want. And if you haven't found that person yet. Be alone"
Social media always manages to display how US schools have failed. So many of you were left behind. It's so unfortunate.
...a love that provokes you to give freely. Because it feels safe. It feels natural. A love that restores you as you pour into it.
I'm completely here for Black girl magic. Shine. Don't dim your light to make other people comfortable. They can match it or move.
And if it's a person or thing that doesn't make you want to give freely? Maybe it isn't for you. Maybe you aren't ready. And that is ok too.
So fascinating how American culture can be so hypersexual, yet so sensitive about exposure of the body.
"What if I fail?", "what if they hate it?", "what if it isn't perfect?". You might, they might, it won't be. Try anyway.
We do ourselves a disservice by romanticizing unrequited love. Reciprocity over everything.
LA raised. Howard U educated. ZPhiB made. Divinely commissioned: life liver, love giver, hope dealer. I was Joan of Arc in a former life.
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