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Never love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary

—Oscar Wilde

Your mind will quit a thousand times before your body does. Feel the fear and do it anyway!

—Unknown

If this doesn’t make your mouth water, you’re not human!

If this doesn’t make your mouth water, you’re not human!

Fall in love or fall in hate. Get inspired or be depressed. Ace a test of flunk a class. Make babies or make art. Speak the truth or lie and cheat. Dance on tables or sit in the corner. Life is divine chaos. Embrace it. Forgive yourself. Breathe, and enjoy the ride.

—Solbeam

Don’t judge me because I sin differently than you do.

—Dieter Uchtdorf

tarastileseats:

Morning Yoga for Strength and Inspiration.

I don’t want to forget this. Ever.

We must be willings to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.

—Joseph Campbell

I work at “safety city”, and what we do there is teach kids how to be safe in numerous situations. One particular class I teach is on “bullying” (corny I know). Today when I was trying to explain to the kids just how awful bullying can be I used this analogy: 

This is someones heart, nice, big, red, and healthy. This is what happens when you bully someone (crinkle the heart). I then unwrinkled the heart and said “see, you can never undo the wrinkles. It doesn’t matter what you say, or how bad you feel, their heart will always be wrinkled.” 

I’m trying to apply this to my own life. I may not get “bullied” in the same way these kids do, but it’s super important to always think about what you’re saying because words can always be forgiven, but they will never be forgotten…

I work at “safety city”, and what we do there is teach kids how to be safe in numerous situations. One particular class I teach is on “bullying” (corny I know). Today when I was trying to explain to the kids just how awful bullying can be I used this analogy:

This is someones heart, nice, big, red, and healthy. This is what happens when you bully someone (crinkle the heart). I then unwrinkled the heart and said “see, you can never undo the wrinkles. It doesn’t matter what you say, or how bad you feel, their heart will always be wrinkled.”

I’m trying to apply this to my own life. I may not get “bullied” in the same way these kids do, but it’s super important to always think about what you’re saying because words can always be forgiven, but they will never be forgotten…