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Never apologize for what resonates with you

When you set your ideas free, you might be setting a soul free as well.

The inner resources you’re carefully shielding from the outside world–creative impulses you fear giving expression to, insights that you think are too obvious to share, words of encouragement that you feel are too awkward to say–may be the very things someone needs to hear or see in order to find the healing they’ve been searching for.

Don’t let your ego get in the way of that.

It’s not your job to decide how relevant your gifts, sensitivities, and ideals are. It’s your job to embody and express the truth of your being without apology.

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  1. It’s difficult to not allow your ego to get in the way of things, especially when you think that your idea is the best and more people should agree with you, your ego gets even bigger when people do agree with you more often than not. I live in a town full of egotistic jerks, Miss Popular, and I’m The Smartest Ever… Ego is a difficult thing to overcome and when you put your ideas out there and people agree with you upon them, it just makes it worse. Unfortunately, I think that there should be a reason of apology, behind pretty much anything that should come to a person’s mind, and there should be a reason of apology when your ego becomes too big to handle.

    That’s my two cents haha.

    1. And I love it 🙂 I always appreciate the thoughts you share. As they say, for every truth, there is a balancing truth. And you just pointed out some very important balancing truths. Thanks for sharing your perspectives, Emmy. Good food for thought.

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