By Agnes Rose POETIC JUSTICE

I Am Not Toned, Lanky Or Bronzed Like Her, But Like Her, I Am Worthy Of Being Whole

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By Agnes Rose

I am not toned like her.
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I am not lanky like her.
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I am not bronzed like her.
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I am not fair like her.
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I am not poised like her.
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I am not wild like her.
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Divide. Divide. Divide. Divide. Divide. Divide. Divide.
Envy. Envy. Envy. Envy. Envy. Envy. Envy.
Self-loathe. Self-loathe. Self-loathe. Self-loathe. Self-loathe. Self-loathe. Self-loathe.

Stop. Pray. And know this:

God made ME whole.
God made SHE whole.
God made WE whole.

And when we realise this,
we all become whole.

Unite. Unite. Unite. Unite. Unite. Unite. Unite.
Content. Content. Content. Content. Content. Content. Content.
Self-love. Self-love. Self-love. Self-love. Self-love. Self-love. Self-love.

For more self-study, The Urban Howl recommends The Tapping Solution: A Revolutionary System for Stress-Free Living.

#IWASMADEWHOLE

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Teacher, writer, poetess, photographer, yogi, and tea enthusiast who is trying to figure her shit out and be vulnerable about all of it. The hard stuff and the shiny stuff. The sweaty stuff and the big freeing deep breath stuff. All of it. I want to capture the process. I began a self-dialogue that I am sharing with the world in hopes of connecting to others who are trying to figure it all out, too. I want to connect and discuss the hard-to-talk-about topics, making the uncomfortable comfortable through grace and love and understanding.

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