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Loving Who You Are

In today’s society women are not in love with themselves. Many are in love with the idea of loving self, but they do not understand what it really means to love self. Some feel that by having a man it means that they know how to love. There are some women who believe that if they are beaten by their men, she is being loved. Why is it that we do not understand what LOVE is? Is it because we were never shown by the women before us? Is it the influence of television and media that says women should objectify themselves in order to find love?

I believe that all women, young and old, not matter the race, size, height, etc., should learn to love self. Once we learn to do this, no one will be able to tell us who we are, how we should look, what type of job we should have, how we should dress. Once we learn to love ourselves, we will be a force to be reckoned with! Once we learn to move on from pasts hurts and realize that our past does not determine the outcome of our futures, we will be able to set the path for future generations.

This is the first blog of many. As you read this, think about where you are and where you want to be. After reading this, take the time to look in the mirror and smile, and tell yourself that you are beautiful. Let today be the first day of your new life. A new beginning for a new you. Although  I do not know all of you, I still embrace you as my sister! You are beautiful my sister and today is the day that you begin to embrace your beauty and love yourself, every flaw and all, love yourself. Now go ahead take a look in the mirror, smile and hug yourself and tell yourself that you are beautiful and you are loved, if not by anyone else, know that you are loved by God!

Thank you for reading and Be Blessed!

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