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Losing It All Set Me Free. You’re Unbreaking, Too — A Poem about Rebirth

Losing It All Set Me Free. You’re Unbreaking, Too — A Poem about Rebirth

Have you ever felt so broken that you know you’ll never be the same again? Maybe you feel that way now. Know this: here, after all the falling apart and right in the middle of not-knowing, you can breathe. You can make something new. That’s because even though you’re breaking, you’re unbreaking too. Read this poem to feel better about it.

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You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You belong to yourself because you're everything experiencing itself. You look around and see other people and it's easy to think that you're on your own. But your healing is connected to mine. And your hurt. And so are your thoughts, words, and work. Read the poem to remember how connected (and valuable) you are.

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5 Handwritten Notes to Help You Stay Hopeful for the Future

5 Handwritten Notes to Help You Stay Hopeful for the Future

Hope isn’t wishful thinking when you decide to do something about your desire for something new. Even thinking about it is doing something about it — it’s the first step, the watering of the roots. I penned these quotes about staying hopeful because you’re already standing exactly where you need to be to get where you want to go.

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You Are Already Enough (Really): Handwritten Notes & Poems to Remind You

You Are Already Enough (Really): Handwritten Notes & Poems to Remind You

Pretend you are already enough. Keep nurturing that belief, accepting that wisdom, building from that foundation. When you slow down negative thinking, you can better face your current reality with a clear mind, a full heart, and a fresh perspective that leaves room for something new to work its way into your future.

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One Moment for Everything: A Down-to-Earth Poem about Eternity

One Moment for Everything: A Down-to-Earth Poem about Eternity

This is a poem about rest right in the middle of the unknown. It’s about that one moment that captures everything — life and death, truth and mystery, past and future. As you’re reading this poem about eternity, feel the peace and the power of the whole universe coming to meet you, right where you are.

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13 Heartwarming Christmas Quotes & Poems to Make Your Spirits Bright

13 Heartwarming Christmas Quotes & Poems to Make Your Spirits Bright

When I think of the spirit of Christmas, I think of something far greater than a set of beliefs. I think of what brings people together in a “conspiracy of love.” Read these Christmas quotes and poems to remember what really matters. Like friendship and food, and everything that feels like home.

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Needing Nothing: A Poem Embracing the Unknown

Needing Nothing: A Poem Embracing the Unknown

It’s true: the more I learn, the less I know. Also true: it’s OK not to have all the answers. It’s actually freeing, maybe even a tad magical. Embracing the unknown might be one of the most freeing practices you could ever journey through. This poem is a gift of space, if nothing else — always leave room for wonder.

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Hero Poem, Honoring Those Who Made a Difference

Hero Poem, Honoring Those Who Made a Difference

“If you wake up breathing, it’s a good day!” Said the guy who was sick his entire life. That guy (my dad) is my hero and today would have been his 62nd birthday. Read this hero poem to celebrate that brave person you’ve been blessed to cross paths with, the one who made your world a little bit brighter.

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A Courage Poem for Souls Braving Through What They’re Going Through

A Courage Poem for Souls Braving Through What They’re Going Through

Courage, to me, means that you show up anyway. Regardless of doubt, insecurity, and fear. No matter how many times you’ve been forced into despair before. This is a courage poem to honor that struggle and the strength still left, even when you’re not sure how you can keep going.

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