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We deny our splendour by keeping our hopes hidden and secret and become oblivious to the death of our truth with every step we take towards the falsified version of ourselves.

The notion that the weakness of vulnerability is felt more keenly than its strength leads to many hopes being written on sandy shores, so easily washed away by the crashing waves of fear. Left with nothing, it is natural to turn our gaze to others to fill the void of the missing self.

For some, admiration is the only prize worth grasping, with the loss of any integrity or genuine self-love sacrificed entirely, all to revel in the wealth and power of just one moment of glory before a fleeting generation.

But by forsaking the health that comes with cherishing your pure and heartfelt wishes, you punch a gaping hole in your light-filled being and cast aside your own unique, divinely inspired plan for a beautiful existence in this world.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013 – 2014

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Be lovingly open to everything new and cheerfully notice everyone around you, as this shows faith and trust in the goodness of life and heals your fear of the pain that vulnerability can bring.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

Let the sincerity of your being guide your words and actions, if you want to be truly loved, noticed and taken seriously by the people around you.

Be wary of lies and of projecting a false image of yourself, because they cannot protect you and will only lead to poor, superficial and unsatisfying relationships.

Shake off your tired and flimsy armour and allow yourself to become vulnerable and open to receiving the full force of loving energy all around you.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

Where we feel the most pain is where we need to be, rather than avoid, in order to truly become free and healthy in our approach to our daily responsibilities and to become better friends, partners and workers.

We have to acknowledge the pain that triggers our vulnerability and as we lovingly accept it, we will find it easier to release more kindness, compassion and love towards others.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

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