Fall in Love with her Scars


Our greatest aliveness is buried deep in our most insurmountable challenges. To strive for more aliveness, we must challenge ourselves. We must have the heart and stomach to step onto the path unknown.
To be a warrior on the outside, we must first become that warrior on the inside. This takes training, practice, consistency, gentleness…and an awareness to what we put into it, how it feels and if it is honest in that it truly nourishes our purpose from within.


About creatornorthshoregirl

Adopted at birth, orphaned by her adoptive parents by age 15 - Patti has made her way in the world since that time until recently... reunited with birth relatives - she is thrilled to be a Mayflower descendent, 5 x great grand daughter of Ezekiel Gooderham (of Gooderham & Worts Distillery, Toronto), 21 degrees of separation from Queen Victoria, a descendent of United Empire Loyalists - Butler's Rangers - which help establish Upper Canada and a London Born Mother who made it through the bombings of WW2. What this means to Patti? Her tenacity and adaptability are not only proudly her own but also passed down through her genetics. Human Journey Storyteller www.youtube.com/channel/UCuqugfbhcwO8qzqlCaBDuIw vimeo.com/user1892390
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2 Responses to Fall in Love with her Scars

  1. kissmeunderthepinkblossomtree says:

    Reblogged this on kissmeunderthepinkblossomtree and commented:
    I saw this quote and instantly it drew me in! When oh when will this ever happen?! ❤ Miss Popette x

  2. nosyjosie says:

    this first line is everything! I have been experiencing an awakening like no other since I have been blogging. I realize now that the things that I want most – the things that bring me the most life – require more work than I have ever put into anything else. I feel as if I am in training to be great – and its bringing out character traits that I didn’t even realize I had!

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