november 2012, ocd, writing for the heart, writing from the heart

To remember on even your hardest of days…

You are loved. If you took every ounce of love and poured it into the universe, the sides of the universe would be leaking with your love. You are infinitely loved.

You are wanted. There is always someone wishing, hoping, yearning for someone half as great as you to grace their lives.

You are needed. Your words, your smile, your laugh; the world needs you. So many people need you. They may never tell you the difference you make in their lives, but you don’t need them to, like they need you to.

You will be OK. Some days are just tougher than others. Some days you wake up with a cloudy head and soggy heart. These days happen. For some more often than others. But these days happen to everyone. The thing about these days? These days are exactly that: days. In less than 24 hours it can all turn around, you never know. But you should know you will be OK. Don’t let these days fool you. They are only days.

You can do this. You may wonder how you will ever survive, get passed the aches and pains and worries. But you have before. And you will again. You can, you have, and you will. This is your motto.

And most of all, even when you feel most alone, most unlovable, most afraid, close your eyes and allow yourself to feel the love radiating around you.

That love is to you. That love is you.

…you are always loved.


10 thoughts on “To remember on even your hardest of days…

  1. Thank you, again, for this. I tagged you on facebook, but I reposted part of your quote (and cited you, and your wonderful blog of course) and tonight, this was so much what I needed.


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