This Weekend~Throw a Party

To love myself through the challenges that came when I didn’t know how to move through what felt like cement walls. When we take shame out of the equation, getting back up and adjusting our path takes on an ease we never knew before. We don’t have to be embarrassed. We can just do different next time. … Failure isn’t always so bad. There are things I am happy to have failed at: Hiding. Playing small. Staying stuck. Being alone. Feeling lonely. Feeling uninspired. If I can celebrate those then I can celebrate them all.” ~Jo Anna Rothman

Read More here: Throw a Party for Failure

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