Another journey around the sun. ☀️🌏
This year I learned the true meaning of self love. No one can love you the way you should love yourself and no one else's love can replace your own. Remember--happiness and joy come from inside. Never lose your childlike goodness, even when you feel like the world is a terrible place. We all need more love.
As an act of ultimate self love, I have liberated myself from other people's expectations of me. I feel lighter and happier by being true to my inner self and following my own guidance system. I love seeing myself in new ways as I mature, I appreciate sides of myself that I wasn't able to accept before and have identified areas I've been keeping in the shadows and needing to explore 'why' before healing. I feel that, in the last year, I have learned more about myself on my deep spiritual journey than I ever imagined and am open and excited to continue learning no matter how intense, deep, or dark it may get. Here's to the last year of my 20s. 🥂 Thank you for the lessons, but I'm ready to thrive now. I cannot wait to see what the Universe and I will co-create together this year.🌌 #29andfeelingfine#loveyoutothemoonandback#selflove#love#sagittariuswoman#spiritualawakening#birthdaygirl#happinesscomesfromwithin#jupiterinsagittarius
👏🏾 “Ella Jo Baker was born on December 13, 1903, in Norfolk, Virginia. Growing up in North Carolina, she developed a sense for social justice early on, due in part to her grandmother’s stories about life under slavery. Baker studied at Shaw University. As a student she challenged school policies that she thought were unfair. After graduating in 1927 as class valedictorian, she moved to NYC. In 1930, she joined the Young Negroes Cooperative League, whose purpose was to develop black economic power through collective planning. She also involved herself with several women’s organizations. She once said, ‘People cannot be free until there is enough work in this land to give everybody a job.’” (EllaBakerCenter.org)