“Don’t give up. Some of the greatest stories of our time, were penned on parchments with edges tattered, ragged, and worn.” -Broms the Poet
Once healed, we can see that our stories – which we once thought only as tragedies filled with pain and fear – are actually tales of triumph and redemption.
We become able to see that wisdom, perspective, and spidey-sensitivity were gifts that emerged as we navigated through the darkened and confusion.
We develop understanding that our tatters don’t have to be hidden in shame but can allow others to see we are softer around the edges – for as we have come to look at ourselves with loving eyes, we have become able to see others the same way.
As the poet writes, don’t give up. For, it is often that we must finish the story to be able to look back and see how each piece of the plot wove together to create a legend out of which a most unlikely of heroine or hero has emerged.
Thank you to Broms The Poet for the beautiful original post!!