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my writers block is gone. let it pour 27.
Wrote this listening to my mom … on her first Zoom call. I am beginning to internalize my emotions, it feels controlled and also know it’s an outcome of my renewed living in the present journey. I am beginning to focus on what it feels like to be present, to be here, to feel everything…
i am killing it. i went from day to night i am able i am overextending my capabilities for the best of my community. i am growing. i no longer fear adversity. i am no longer the same.
do i know my worth?
im not going to answer you only because it felt a little invasive to me. its nothing personal. dont ask me who i write about.
stab stab stab. no.