Sensitivity Is Beautiful, Fragility Is Not

There is a difference between one who empathizes, and one who sees every issue, every pain, every action or spoken word as a personal infliction on his or her own heart.

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Care Deeply—But Don’t Prioritize People Who Couldn’t Care Less

Caring for people is not wrong; it’s when we stop caring for ourselves that hurts us. We can love with all we have, but we must value ourselves, too, and even more so.

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Be So Filled With Love That It Flows Freely From You

We must be so filled with love that it flows freely from us, that everything we touch blooms because we have chosen to believe in, and seek the positive instead of burying ourselves in the negative.

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A Piece For The Cloudy Days

I want to shake myself out of this heaviness, drift to where I was last night, existing in what felt like an endless rhythm of strum and beat.

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If You’re Going To Fall, Fall Hard

Love is hard. There’s no denying that. But closing yourself off is harder. Being distant is harder. Pushing everything and everyone away out of fear is harder. Never letting yourself feel is harder.

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I Don’t Know How To Not Care

I don’t know how to not care about someone who’s shown me possibility.

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Being ‘Sensitive’ Doesn’t Mean You’re Weak

Stop apologizing for who you are and how you love.

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