Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory. I thought I enjoyed every moment with you to the fullest. Now that you're gone, I realize the true value those times had & how much the memories truly are worth. Thank you! I'm so thankful that you live on in my heart & mind.
The older I get, ;the more I realize the value of privacy, of cultivating your circle and only letting certain people in. You can be open, honest, and real while still understanding not everyone deserves a seat at the table of your life.
Our true value doesn’t lie in our abilities but rather in our identity as a child of God. ... “This doctrine is so basic and so instinctively simple that it can seem to be ordinary, when in reality it is among the most extraordinary knowledge we can obtain.” From #ElderHallstrom’s #LDSconf http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/2016/04/i-am-a-child-of-god #sharegoodness
Don't give them a taste of their own medicine. They already know what it tastes like. Give them a taste of your own medicine. If they lied, let your medicine be honesty. If they played with your emotions, let your medicine be maturity. . . Don't be afraid to be yourself, even if it means removing yourself from lives that you want to be in. You are, no doubt, worthy of being valued for who you are. So be who you are. ~ Najwa Zebian