You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

Convincing yourself that you truly, absolutely, unequivocally deserve peace of mind and peace in your life is one of the biggest challenges you will ever face.

Once you believe it, you will achieve it.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

You. Yes, you. With all your hurts and imperfections and procrastination.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

I see it. In your eyes, your beautiful eyes. In your sweet face. In the way you hold your body, tilt your head, hang your shoulders.

In the way you reach out to others.

Through the pain you have felt.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

No matter what you have done. No matter the mistakes you have made.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

Sit and say it gently to yourself until you believe it. “ I deserve peace.”

Don’t worry how long it takes, or how many times you have to say to believe it. Or how many times you have to start over. Or how many times you forget to say it.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

In time it will get easier to to tell yourself and to believe it.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

Tell yourself in the morning. Tell yourself when you lay in bed at night. When you brush your teeth. On good days and on bad.

Say it after you have done something wonderful or after you have done something you wish you hadn’t.

Say it simply because it is a fact.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

No need to beg or plead.

You deserve peace.

You deserve peace.

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