A love poem for sappy hearts like mine ♥️ #iwritelove I haven’t forgotten your eyes, how they pierced the veil that hides my soul. Or the way your touch saw things within me that still no one else knows. It was love.
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The silliness of looking at a person’s “story” to determine who they are today and the especially silly idea of looking at it from the perspective of qualifying/disqualifying them. Your past doesn’t qualify or disqualify you.
Twas the middle of the night and all through the house. No one was stirring not even a mouse. So I crept downstairs to catch a glimpse of the girl next door - she’s no ordinary whore.
That’s a fraction of the BIGGER picture, but not the ultimate truth. Listen. A woman longs to fall weak into a strong man and be weak in him, in every way. Whhhaat?? Yes, I said weak. No, not weak as in weak, incapable, dependent... Weak as in completely vulnerable and open.
I don’t want the superficial life and I don’t want superficial friends. I would rather be my own best friend then seek out friendships/careers/romantic partners, etc. where I can’t be myself… But that is just it. I can’t be myself when I WON’T be myself.
That’s quite simple. But first let me clarify a few things. 1. I love men. 2. I don’t intend to lead men as if they cannot lead themselves. How ridiculous that we should think that way about anyone male or female!
Wrote this lil’ diddy this morning #lyricalgangsta
Some basics. 1. Confidence is the most beautiful way you as a woman can show up. 2. It’s not what you think. (it’s not “masculine”) Confidence isn’t masculine or feminine.
Pastors, teachers, coaches, leaders, parents and friends, influencers of all kinds: PLEASE GET THIS 🔥 We are not here to save people from their sins. We are not here to save people from their pain, poverty, suffering or misery. We are not here to help the helpless or to heal the broken. None of these things directly.
One word that magnifies the beliefs we hold about what it is to be sexual and what it is to be pure, or not... Have you said that word out loud lately? Try it. Say it out loud, slowly. It’s incredible, language that is. And how a simple word can arouse everything from desire and eroticism to judgment and condemnation. So which is it? Is seduction good or bad? Is it pure or is it sinful? And is it really so black and white?