There a days when we can’t find the right words to say.
There are days when we run a little late.
There are days when we forget to put on makeup.
There are days when we forget to do our homework.
There are days when we feel like our world is falling apart.
but thats okay!
its okay for us to not have all the answers
its okay to not always have our makeup on
its okay to not be perfect
It’s okay. Take a deep breathe and relax.
The next time you are running late text your sister, mom, friend that you will be running late.
The next time you don’t have all the answers, it’s okay to look someone in the eye and admit that.
The next time you forget to put on makeup, don’t sweat it! You look gorgeous.
The next time you take a photo on your phone and you don’t look as “skinny” or “beautiful” as you think, don’t delete it. Love yourself.
The next time you forget to do your homework, or turn it in. Admit it, do the homework, but don’t beat yourself up over it.
Take a deep breathe. It’s all okay.
It’s okay to admit we aren’t perfect. So let’s all start with that. We aren’t perfect. We mess up.
In some way or another society has given us labels. Friends, can we stop?
When we label others, we are giving them a title. we are isolating them and excluding them. when we label others, we are not seeing them as they were made in christ.
Genesis 1:27 says, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.”
God has created each one of us. He has given us immense value in that we are created in HIS image. When we use those labels as insults, or in a way that prevents us from seeing other people as being created in the image of God it becomes a problem.
Instead of seeing each other through the lenses of labels given to us by society, how about we start appreciating and praising the wonder things about one another? Let us not allow the labels to prevent us from loving on others. Let us not be so blinded by these labels that we forget to view each other as being created by the same God we were.
Let’s all spread a little more joy, peace and love and stop with the labels.