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Softening and Seeking

I am learning to soften. To be soft.

I am learning to not let the world harden me, sprout bitterness within me.

I am learning to be vulnerable, and to allow this vulnerability to grow.

I am learning to embrace beauty rather than hide it.

I am letting joy come from the simple things.

I am letting myself feel the joy that is in the simple things.

I am letting the simple things be enough, be beautiful.

I am appreciating the breeze on my nose, the grass beneath my feet, the sun on my cheeks.

I am appreciating the cloudy mornings, the bright afternoons, the chilly evenings.

I am appreciating the creativity in the everyday and the unproductive moments that shine.

I am finding contentment in the whimsical, I am finding the whimsical in the ordinary.

I am finding contentment in the burst of fresh oranges, in a spoken line of poetry, in the days that do not end.

I am seeking God and what He has given me.

I am seeking all the beauty in this world.

I am seeking what is full, what gives and what takes. The unrushed, the slow, the restful. The present.

I am seeking life.

Sarah xx

By Sarah

My name is Sarah and I’m a twenty three year old who loves Jesus first and foremost, finds joy in the simple things, and appreciates a good metaphor and oxford comma.

I blog three times a week at www.bemy2017.com

2 replies on “Softening and Seeking”

I love this, Sarah. There’s been a real honesty in your posts lately, just laying your heart out there, and it’s wonderful to read. Ok, your blog has always been wonderful, but I like seeing the changes in how you write 🙂

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