“Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.”
When I nurture myself in life, I consider my needs and offer a space for my feelings to be acknowledged and released.
Of course, this continues to be a practice for me, as often I consider something else or someone else, more important.
However, each time I stop, breathe and let go, I find my self-awareness expands and my energy increases.
May we recognize and respond to our own needs like we would a fragile sacred flower.
May we take the time to be soft with ourselves, letting go of any judgement or belief that we are not doing enough.
May we sit in this precious moment, knowing we deserve so much more than we allow.
May we be still long enough to feel this truth deeply.
13 thoughts on “Nurture”
Love this, Karen. I often forget to practice this wisdom… we’re all works in progress, I guess. 😉 ❤
We are Eliza 🥰💕
Wise words — thanks for the reminder, Karen. 💗
Thank you Betty. 🙏🏻💕
What a beautiful post of affirmations of self love!
May we recognize and respond to our own needs like we would a fragile sacred flower – absolutely love this.
Oh thank you! And we all deserve this deep love 💕
You are welcome and I agree.
I felt the need to reread your words several times in a row. May we be soft with ourselves. Parenting a young child has its challenges, and I’m grateful for the reminder 💗
Parenting takes a lot of our energy and what I wish I had remembered when my kids were little was to allow space for my needs to be felt and met, without guilt. When we do this, everyone receives. 🌸🌈 thank you Ka 🥰
So much goodness–stillness, softness, allowance. Thanks, Karen:). A wonderful post to keep close today.
My pleasure! It’s a gift for each of us. Thanks Kristine 💕🥰💕
Beautiful. Thank you for this reminder Karen 💕🙏💕
Your welcome Val 💚