self love

What is being strong?

It’s okay to feel down. It’s normal to feel anxiety. It’s okay to feel sad.

Because, even the strongest people do feel fear or stress at one point in their life.
Afterall, we are still living in our human body & experiencing all types of emotions

This post is for all the tough people out there; who have come out stronger and are radiating light and love on a daily basis.

I know people who are very powerful in their mind and have moments of confusions or stress. Those moments may be for seconds or minutes, but they do experience them. Even I do.

The last time I had a tingle of anxiety or confusion, I beat myself up; saying that I’m strong and I have inner joy so, why am I experience this kind of emotion over this particular issue. Maybe I am not as strong and happy as I think I am.

This is the first reaction that came into my brain.
And, then as you might have guessed, all those self doubts started to invade my mind.
My mind started over-analyzing and overthinking everything.

So, I had to take a step back to not get caught up in this web of confusions that my mind was experiencing.

Because, you know what? Even the strongest people have doubts sometimes. They experience failure. They have fears. They have anxiety or stress about specific stuffs. Those moments are rare and short. But, they do experience them.

And, that does not make you weak. Those moments are not here to tell you that you are not strong enough yet.
They are here to make you more powerful.
Whenever you feel like this, take a step back. Take some time for yourself. Do more of the things that you love & which set your soul on fire. Your energy is going to shift in the most incredible way

Every single person on this earth experience sadness or anxiety or stress and disappointments. How you react to those defines your strength. Feel the fear. Feel the anxiety. But, do it anyway!

Because, you know you can and you know that you deserve the best. And, you will!

The universe has your back.

Trust. Believe. And, keep moving.

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