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i'm finding my peace. and forgiving myself for those things i've never done.

willy tea taylor 

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(it's been a while since a string of words drew all the breath from my body. but last night, upon reading this, that's exactly what happened. i haven't been able to stop thinking about it since.)


Ms. Chapatti said...

"forgiving myself for things I've never done"

Jessica said...

I found this quote on Tumblr and absolutely loved it:

"We spend too much time wondering why we're not good enough."

I absolutely loved that when I saw it... it's so simple, yet, so true.


Alex said...

You always seem to find quotes that perfectly describe how I'm feeling but just cannot express. I'm right there with you, this blew me away.

christine said...

Love this!

In my head I followed it up with "and all those things I did."

Forgiveness is a beautiful thing.

wildchild said...

love those moments when words just blow you away.

forward [e]motion said...

wow. that's it right there.

i think i might need to scribble this on a bit of paper to pin up somewhere.

bel. x

Mackenzie said...

oh wow. i am totally in awe right now about how apt those words are.

Myrna said...

when I read this my first thought was someone said exactly what I have been for quite some time. Thank you so much for sharing. I foward this to all the lovely ladies in my life and I posted up at my desk. THANK YOU! still in awe.

Breathless, Myrna

Jasmine said...

Or: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."

Anonymous said...

Those are some bold words- they also have me thinking. If only I could forgive myself for things i've never done-- or never said, particularly.

ALFIE said...

oh such loveliness. the whole song is gorgeous. worth a listen for sure!

Sonja said...

sounds so short and simple yet its so moving. beautiful