Tuesday, April 10, 2012
"Let it be.
Let the mirror fall and smash into a thousand pieces.
When the time comes to pick up the pieces…
Slowly look at each piece to acknowledge the different shapes they have formed into.
You will notice not one of the pieces will be the same.
Each will have it’s own unique way of shattering and forming a new shape.
In only milliseconds.
As dangerous as these pieces are, we should try to find them intriguing and interesting.
We can learn so much from broken things, as we do from broken relationships.
They are dangerous, unfamiliar and confusing.
We will always try to mend them a couple of times but they are sometimes better left broken.
Let it be. Let life be. Let the mess turn into a lesson you will never forget."