A phenomenal woman's allegory

God's own, Aspiring 31, Sweet honey nectar. Isaiah 58:12

Sometimes all we need to do is clean. Clean up our environment. Clean up our soul. Clean up our heart. Clean up our mind. There is healing in the process of washing our insides as we wash our outsides. We wipe down the dust on our souls as we do the same in our homes. We sweep up the clutter in our hearts and begin again.

We don’t mend if we don’t choose to. Healing doesn’t just happen. It’s a choice to go through the process. It’s fighting through the old habits to create new ones. It takes work, time, and a willing heart. It doesn’t matter if you feel ready, you just have to start. We can’t live waiting for the feelings to come, we have to do what needs to be done to be better.

Get your supplies and begin the clean up process until all the things weighing you down are waiting for the garbage truck to come pick them up. This is your one and only life, and I hope you will enjoy it in the freedom and joy of being unburdened.

With love,

Dele Olanubi

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