An abundant life is one fueled by the nourishment of our mental, emotional and physical well-being. It’s establishing that love, intentional joy and purpose doesn’t solely come from who or what we surround ourselves with; it’s the inner work that cares for our needs when we experience the ups and downs, successes and struggles that life typically cycles through.
Abundance represents an understanding that while love and meaning are derived from many sources, being able to accept them into our lives begins with us. Self-love is a multiplier; it’s a way to embed healing, care and kindness into the foundations of who we are. It creates sustenance and stability — both of which support building a home within ourselves that nurtures our journey.
This poem serves as a reminder that whatever encourages us to feel whole, provides validity and/or replenishes us is not something we should reject or set aside; be abundant with how you let love feed your soul.
How do you surround yourself with love?
How To Be Happier: 25 Habits To Add To Your Routine – HealthLine
There’s No “Right” Way To Do Self-Care – Harvard Business Review
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