Day 258: All of you is lovable

All of you is lovable.

What does that mean?

All the different parts of you are lovable.

What does THAT mean?

I mean that all the things that make up you, in the moment, are lovable.  That includes all your feelings — even the ones you judge or disown (like fear, perhaps, or anger, or sadness). That includes all your body parts — even the ones you may not like so much.

Lots of things, in the past — bad and good — have contributed to what you are in this moment. But what you are, right now, is lovable.

Does that mean that you feel loved, or are loved?

I don’t know.

But I know that you are lovable.

All of you.

How do I know?

I’m very smart.

How can I prove that to you?

Read my friggin’ posts, people!

Thanks to humility, pride, and all the other parts of being human. And thanks to lovable you, for reading today.

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11 thoughts on “Day 258: All of you is lovable

  1. Hey, thanks for the lovable post 🙂

  2. 1959duke

    Reblogged this on Change is Never Ending.

  3. Robert Weir

    hahaha

    brilliant

    how appropriate for myself today

    the theme has been on my mind, then I read your blog

    funny innit

    thank you Ann

  4. Sometimes belief that you are loveable is difficult yet SO important.
    Thanks for the reminder

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