Worry puts a burden on your mind, body, and spirit. They can keep you up all night if you let them. Find comfort in the fact that everything happens for a reason and everything will fall into place at the right time.
During times of low self-esteem and extreme uncertainty, I questioned every aspect of my life. I would go to bed frustrated and upset as I told myself I wasn’t good enough, and that I wished I was like everyone else my age.
Aprender que nem todo mundo tem o mesmo coração que você, é um dos principais passos para evitar a frustração.
122179 hours ago
В предверии Нового Года, хочется сказки...✨🥰😋 Воздух как будто пропитан волшебством, стоит лишь приехать в центр🥳
204135 hours ago
Este año la Virgencita de Guadalupe me permitió visitarla, era uno de mis sueños, en unas horas celebramos su día 🌹 Gracias por tanto Virgencita de Guadalupe 🙏🏼🌹❤️ #Mexico#CDMX#BasilicadeGuadalupe
19388 hours ago
“Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone.”-Big Yellow Taxi. Except for me, last night, it was a small black Prius. I was fighting with my dad and insisted on taking a shared Lyft to my parents house that night. I was sitting in the front seat with Macy in my lap and we were one exit away from my stop. I went to go text my mom and everything went black. That is the last thing I remember from the actual accident.
Apparently, the car was hit from behind and swerved and spun out of control onto the opposite side of the highway.
The next thing I know, I woke up hearing the sound of the man in the back screaming, the women in the back crying, the driver praying and @macythemorkienyc was struggling with her head in an airbag. I started screaming, “my dog, my dog!” I couldn’t see her face and I was freaking out.
I squeezed Macy and the FDNY helped us crawl out of the back of the vehicle. She seemed to be okay but I still wanted to check her out. She was my main priority. The man ran over to me concerned because I was knocked unconscious on impact and it was then that I realized I had a huge bump on my head and was gushing blood.
I was emotionless, in shock, and disbelief. I called my mom to tell her that I was in an accident, and it was just then that I finally looked at the car for the first time and broke down in tears. It was totaled and my side was completely caved in. The fire department, police and ambulance came rushing and carried me away. I was told a million times how lucky I was to be alive, let alone only have some bumps, bruises, scratches and a minor concussion.
I always hear scary stories, but you never think that it can happen to you. I just wanted to share this because it put such a new perspective on my life. Never sweat the small stuff. Make every moment count. Appreciate your journey. Don’t hold grudges. Be grateful for what you have, and who you have. I’m still not sure how my 5 pound dog, who was not in a seatbelt, elevated on my lap, looking out the window is still in perfect condition but I am so eternally grateful that she is. Xoxo, TCB