I am sharing this page with you because I feel like I was just the tool for the message. The channel so people could read these words. So people could know it is ok to feel whatever they feel. I wondered a lot if I should or should not share this with the World. The page isn’t pretty and people can think I am weird of saying that these words did not come directly from me. Maybe they do come from my Higher Self, my Inner full of Wisdom me. Maybe.
Courage is, for me, about letting go of what people could think of me, of what I do. Courage is the freedom to be myself, to stick to my values and to my beliefs. I used to rely a lot on others, to know how to think, how to act, until I realized I was just a copycat of what they wanted me to be and that it actually was not really me. I am learning that it really does not matter eventually because there will always be someone to think negatively, to judge my actions. And I am not responsible for others’ thoughts, only of my own (and it’s plenty already ;)).
Nolwenn Petitbois is a Mixed Media artist who believes in the power of positive thinking and Gratitude. She has for mission to turn sorrow and negativity into something beautiful and meaningful. She loves taking photos of her everyday life to remember, she also is a foodista obsessed with Japanese cuisine. You can find her at Inner Voices, purchase some of her artworks in her shop Inner Worlds) and enjoy her videos on Youtube.It's ok..:to be mad
to be sad
to wanna give up sometimes
to feel like today is the worst one in your life
to have big hope and small dreams
to scream at the top of your lungs just to LET it GO
to smile when you feel like breaking down
to join your hands in a prayer to Whoever would just listen to you
to cry and ask for help
It's ok to have and express whatever emotion pass through you
(it just means you're alive)
Thanks for having the courage to share this, Nolwenn! I agree--we can't get anywhere if we can't be honest with ourselves about how we feel.ReplyDelete
first: I agree with Kelly with your courage. And...2nd, I was just feeling that way. After my outdoor walk, i feel considerably better.ReplyDelete