We need to stop and acknowledge our strengths each and every day, and quit over analyzing our flaws or weaknesses.

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  • judygal
    judygalover 2 years ago

  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelover 2 years ago

    17.3.12

    beautiful work .. many congrats on the feature

  • briony heath
    briony heathover 2 years ago

    pritty coulers…

  • Tony Ryan
    Tony Ryanover 2 years ago

    Great message however to me the greatest strength in any person is being open to all of the things that are within them. Society has much dysfunction and does seem to avoid looking deep inside of things that cause the dysfunction. I do however agree that promoting weakness from a victim perspective is not empowering. Best Wishes Tony.

  • Karen  Helgesen
    Karen Helgesenover 2 years ago

    I love this image! One of my favorite lines from the book / movie; “The Help”…Excellent!

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