I am whole; I am me.

I look at the past with wonder,

and I see beauty and abundance.

There has been stress, strain and hardship

but all that had deep meaning and realisation.

Realisation that I’m worthy, realisation that I matter, realisation that I am alive

that I was born with reason and to create change; to touch lives.

I am happy with the way things are. I might not have the best job or the best body,

but I’m happy with my body. I’m happy with what I’m doing.

I might be unmarried without kids, but that doesn’t make me miserable,

which mind you, most married people seem to be these days – with the marriage problems, abuses and divorce rising up like nothing else!

I love the people who are in my life at the moment and I love being who I am.

Finding myself and being whole, that is the key to happiness.

Not being someone else, not trying to please to get approval of a partner, that is the key to happiness.

I am whole; I am me.

Are you whole? Look within, you will find it.

Just like I have. I am whole; I am me.

 

 

 

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