MESS UP TO MAKE UP

Mistakes and IdentityMAKE-UP TO MESS-UP
Dear Human,

I know you’ve made many mistakes, it’s part of your human condition. It’s in your personal make-up to mess-up. On earth you will indeed fall short, but never without the opportunity to get up and grow taller. Choices are your teachers, even when they are the poor ones.

You see my beloveds, you are important even when you are inaccurate. You are meaningful even when you make mistakes. You are a shining remnant of star-dust, even in the middle of a snafu. It’s true. Because these are your mistakes, these are not you.

Embrace this truth and you will stretch up and out like a plant reaching toward the sun. You will experience the beauty of being a branch connected to the mighty tree of existence, where everything and every being, is one. May you allow your mess-ups to become your friends, instead of letting them be your judge. For if you see them through the right life lenses, you will surely understand that they are molding and manifesting your magnificent possibilities.

Love,
Sheri

🌎Dear Human©

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Specializing in Transformation and Mindful Living | Counselor and Coach | Creator of Dear Human and The Other Side of Ugly
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One Response to MESS UP TO MAKE UP

  1. Simon says:

    I love the term snafu – I’ve made so many mistakes and will continue to. But I’ve never seen more miserable examples of human beings than perfectionists, their world will never be right. Thanks as always for your posts 🙂

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