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A smile of encouragement at the right moment May act like sunlight on a closed up flower

Somalian woman

Somali women use qasil which comes from a tree as a protection from the sun and a natural beauty product. By Eric Lafforgue

LOL NOPE! Seriously, though, there is a great book about this: Feelings Buried Alive Never Die. We have to express our "negative" (what does that even mean? Painful? Self-defeating?) beliefs and feelings in order to transform that into "positive" (better-feeling, empowering) energy. Then your vibration will attract more good-feeling and empowering experiences-- because you didn't let it fester. Ignoring painful thoughts doesn't change your vibration. Feelings buried alive surface as disease.

"If you can't be positive, then at least be quiet" (Joel Osteen) I LOVE THIS. I need to frame this and hang it over my desk!

Not a bad view to wake up to. #camping

Love the view from inside the tent. Backpacking near Camp Lake and South Sister in Oregon’s Three Sisters Wilderness Area. Image available at Pacific Crest Stock photography.

A smile of encouragement at the right moment May act like sunlight on a closed up flower