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Like Crazy

My wish Is for you to find a love within that rattles the love we once had for each other. One that dismantles all the doubts of ever feeling without. A love so strong nothing matches it, nothing competes or stand between a love of self. I wish you nothing less that a life without sorrow. A life filled with so much care that you never second guess intent. Years of pure happiness.. I thank you for all the tears and second chances. Thank you for giving me space to breath and figure myself out. Allowing me time to better understand my thoughts and process my actions. I am full with memories weighted with regret, I gave more than I...

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Patience.

Everyone starts from zero, no one comes into this world with everything figured out and clear vision on what’s next.. It’s important to take time to reflect and process in your craft. This shouldn’t be seen as unproductive or insignificant in ones practice. I often have to focus myself to step back and let my work breath. It not only gives your brain a rest, the next time you dive in it could have a totally different experience for you. Finding the balance between what’s healthy and unhealthy for you as an artist can be quite challenging. You never know if you are not giving enough attention or if you are smothering it. There’s a fine line between art and...

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Making time

Finding ways to make time for others can be a part-time job but nothing compares to making time for yourself.. Today, I made sure to created time for myself. Lately, I have had an urge to create. Each day I will always make myself a priority, to encourage myself to create and to submerge all doubt and discomfort-into creating the best version of myself. Always make time to reflect... Lastly, much attention was given to my breathing today, noticed I took extra breaths when I needed to and allowed myself to release just as much as I took in today.

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Below The Waist

This was inspired by a photograph taken of me during my last year in college. Due to hardship, I had to make a decision between my education or a place to call home. I chose my education, I chose to invest in myself and my craft as an artist. Paying for college out of pocket was probably one of the toughest decisions I had to make. I sacrificed the comfort of being able to have my own place. I couldn't justify making it all the way to that moment and not being able to have my degree. A month into being homeless, I received a call stating I was approved for a townhouse. All of my belonging were in storage,...

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