True strength

true strength

It takes courage to admit our faults. To own our mistakes. To stop and say I need a hand. It didn’t work out. I don’t know how I’m going to do this. But in doing so we let the cat out of the bag, we stop wasting our energy on keeping up a facade and can use it towards getting on with what we really want to do. Besides, what we see as making ourselves feel vulnerable, others perceive as courageous. And if they don’t, they weren’t your people in the first place.

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