By Susan Frybort


What if one day 

you come to the realization 

that you never again have to explain 

yourself away to anyone anymore, 

or that you no longer must carry 

the burden of another’s false perception of you 

or your own perceived inadequacies 

and you could relax, finally, in knowing 

you’re incredible in the light you are 

standing in at this moment. 

And what if you go on to not care 

about the judgments someone 

else might have—that your life is 

not full or amazing enough—or that 

you no longer feel the need to endlessly 

apologize for being human?

 

That day 

has been graciously 

waiting for you 

to begin swimming in 

its warm waters of love 

and acceptance.

 

 


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