Serendipity Saturdays: A letter to future generations.


Dear Future Generations,

You don’t know me. I’m that girl that made a mark on the world in her own little way and in her own little group of people. You don’t need to know me to know this, I am long gone and you are here living on this earth this very moment. Don’t take your life for granted. Cherish every single moment you get because you don’t ever know if your life will end tomorrow. Be kind to everyone you see. Don’t get down on yourself even in the darkest of times. You can be your OWN light and you can be a light to everyone around you. You can change the world. You can do ANYTHING you put your mind too. Have you heard this speech before? Well listen to it again because all of it is true. Don’t seek perfect in an imperfect world. Seek beauty in the little things. The way someone laughs, the way they smile, the way they make their coffee, the way they read. Admire the sunrises and sunsets. Find beauty in every single moment of every single day. Beauty is present whether you know it or not. You ARE beautiful. You are worth it. You can do this. Breath and take a moment. Your life will turn into something great I promise you that IF you head down the right path. Enjoy the quiet moments you have to yourself. It helps you become closer with yourself. Let yourself experience pain, it will make you stronger. Fall in love, slowly then all at once. Believe in yourself and everyone around you. Trust yourself. Dream, live, laugh, love, learn, hope, believe, dance. Eat until your satisfied and let that be the end of it. Run, run so much that your legs burn. Think for yourself. Focus on the good in life. Remember this; happiness is not found in things you possess but in what you have the courage to release. No one is ever in charge of your happiness except for you and only YOU. Smile every chance you get and most of all love yourself and God with all your heart and everything will fall into place.

Most Sincerely, the girl you CAN be.


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