We have to lean into the paradox of things, rather than wanting life to ‘be okay and safe for everyone.’ It’s not going to be.
We put way too much emphasis on needing to be right. Most of the time, we disregard nuance and jump right to judgment.
Kacey Musgraves’ breakout was implicitly tied to her marriage, so many wondered how she would handle divorce. The answer? However she wanted.
Don’t be afraid to step into a more real and open place in your life. You won’t please everyone, but that’s the point.
Perhaps your goals can be less about accomplishments and more about building an incredible relationship with yourself.
The image of a rich Black man eating a cold cut sandwich at his neighborhood corner store reads, on the surface, like a victory, and it is.
It’s not about perfection, it’s about being present with ourselves and our loved ones with as much love, acceptance and empathy as possible.
Life is precious and unpredictable. It’s yours to lust after, make messy, reach goals and love with abandon. You owe no apologies for being yourself.
Lean in to the love, grief, unease and the joy — these experiences are often concurrent and don’t, in fact, negate each other.
When we do not believe we’re beautiful, we lose the throughline of energy that help us cultivate resilience, survive, and resist.