Your skin is so soft Like holding silk from China Against my body
The countless ways the heart looks to escape,
to break the cage,
to assume the impossible,
to detest the norm,
to make fantasy a reality,
just to be with you
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Come read Dr. Andrea’s – DON’T GIVE UP – GREAT THINGS TAKE TIME
Don’t give up.
Great things take time.
Sometimes we have to go through the worst.
To get to the best.
Fall down 7 times.
Stand up 8.
Today is your day.
Your time to rise up!
Trust and Believe in 2019 💥
This blog post and classroom video above are dedicated to all the students around the world struggling to stay motivated during this especially cold January. Cheering you on! Encouraging you to not give up. This post is also meant for you – My Fellow Students of Life.
Come read Sarah’s uplifting poem – A BEAUTIFUL FREEING
“At last, I have set you free.
Do you know how beautiful that feels?”
The last words you ever said to me was, “Set me free.” It wasn’t something I expected, and it’s taken me so long to release the weight I’ve held on my shoulders. Weight that was never mine to bear. You see, you were everything to me. You held my heart. You saw my soul. And yet, you still chose to leave all I had given behind with a cold shoulder. As if I never mattered at all. I suppose that is what hurt the worst. The not knowing. If any of it was real, as I felt deep in the marrow of my bones. If you were the person I thought you were. But in the end, it doesn’t matter, and this weight I carry, I’ve carried it long enough. At last, I have set you…
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“I can never forget that one of the most gifted, best educated nations in the world, of its own free will, surrendered its fate into the hands of a maniac.”
Eric Hoffer, author, philosopher, Quotes for Now, from “Working and Thinking on the Waterfront: A Journal, June 1958-May 1959” published 1969.