It’s one of those days. You know, the one in which all is right and all is true. The sun is awake and the tulips are at blossom and my mind is at ease.
I’m a big coffee drinker. My favorite part of the day is the morning. When the sunshine is peeping through the blinds in my window, my family is gathered around the table chatting, and I just feel so safe.
I don’t desire much. Honestly, I don’t lack much. Books to read, a kind word, fresh air, welcoming arms, a cozy bed, maybe even a garden. It’s incredible, really. It’s incredible how much I have and how much I am endowed and blessed and surrounded by such beautiful things.
But even in days like today, there are flaws. I woke up feeling a bit under the weather, my dog isn’t getting any better, and I have work later on. But that’s okay. Do you want to know why that’s okay?
Because flaws are okay.
And it’s okay to let yourself be flawed.
Because without your flaws, then you wouldn’t be who you actually are. You wouldn’t be your perfect, imperfect self.
And without your flaws and mistakes, you wouldn’t be where you are, knowing what you know, and doing what you do.