Necessary but not always easy to do ...

You’re just somebody that I used to know (29 photos)

New philosophy. Six letters, two words, easy to say, hard to explain, harder to do: Move On.

Please take responsibility for the energy you bring into this space // Dr Jill Bolte Taylor

the energy of the mind is the essence of life -Aristotle

Bring onto the field! Please take responsibility for the energy you bring into this space // Dr Jill Bolte Taylor

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The number on this scale will not tell you: what a good person you are; how much your friends & family love you; that you are kind, smart, funny & amazing in ways numbers cannot define; that you have the power to choose happiness; your own self worth.

I didn't create him, but I get to be a part of the man he grows into. I couldn't think of a more important role than helping to raise a child. Even though it's not as large of a part as others, I try my best to show him everyday what a good person is. Most of the time he is the one who teaches me.

Love this quote so true: If you're a parent you'll appreciate the sentimental value of this new sign. "Sometimes when I need a miracle, I look into my son's eyes and realize I've already created one" all wood sign

Self worth, self value, depends on YOU. Value yourself highly. You are, after all, unique. One of a kind. Those things alone MAKE you valuable....

So true! Just because someone is blinded by their own insecurities doesn't mean that. Your value doesn't decrease based on someone's inability to see your worth

In this world full of dream chasers, go getters, motivators, and those who live to inspire, there is something special about a friend who continues to reach out making great efforts to keep in touch. In life we have to realize that there are people who really care, and in an effort to avoid pushing them away we should always try to be receptive to their kindness.

Happy New Year! (Apartment 34)

Hand Lettering Quotes – Fubiz

Hand Lettering Quotes

Take time today to appreciate someone who does something you take for granted. —Hand Lettering Quotes by Sean McCabe, via Behance