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I promise you this if you can understand the 5 points on this post and apply them to your daily routine, your entire life will make a lot more sense, your respect for everything will increase and all the bad going on in your life will disappear because you will naturally eliminate anything or anyone toxic. Have a great Wednesday all of you! Drop a comment below if you AGREE! 👇🏼
“Vulnerable”. What does this even mean?! ~ According to the Collins English Dictionary: 1. Someone who is vulnerable is weak and without protection, with the result that they are easily hurt physically or emotionally. 2. If a person... is vulnerable to a disease, they are more likely to get it than other people... 3. Something that is vulnerable can be easily harmed or affected by something bad. All 3 are adjectives. http://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/vulnerable, Aug 15 2018 @ 2318) ~ I saw a post and shared to my Stories a couple of days ago asking you to swipe the scale on how much you agree with the quote: “The most gorgeous thing on a humMAN being. Vulnerability — Want”. @krellaudra Swipe 👉 for results. ~ Now as the communication “expert” I can categorically tell you a single word holds a different meaning to us all and what I’m voicing here is simply MY PERSPECTIVE whilst bearing my field in mind. You don’t have to agree! ~ For me, being vulnerable is to be “lesser”, it’s to be put down, it’s to be a victim; much as the dictionary outlines above. I have experienced serious vulnerability in my life due to disability, relationships formed in early years and thus in later life and mainly because of my kindness which people mistake for weakness. When you’re vulnerable in this sense the huMANs we often draw in can be dangerous, generally toxic and cause serious harm to us both physically and mentally. ~ I was sent a DM in response to this story which the person told me it reminded them of another quote which from what I can gather basically states how males shouldn’t be vulnerable yet females should. How males are to be strong but yet that’s unattractive on a woman: so women are damsels in distress requiring males to be our guiding strength?! You see - Vulnerable equals weak. ~ What’s really not weak though? Being REAL. Telling TRUTHS. Sharing our inner thoughts with SKILL. Keeping ourselves living in REALITY