With few exceptions, we are born exactly the way we should be.
We are whole.
We are complete.
We have everything we need for the path of life.
There is nothing to fix. We are not broken until someone who matters to us tells us we are. It’s not always unkind words that communicate our supposed broken-ness.
There are so many ways to convey the message of broken-ness. There are an equal number of ways to convey how just-right we are as well.
“Form follows function” is one of my favorite expressions. It is an expression that defines our design.
Without the cultural constructs that tell us what to wear, how to behave, what to express, what to eat, what we’re supposed to look like, how to define success and even how to love, we have our own path. Unfortunately, most of us have no idea what that path is until late in life, if ever. With cultural influence always telling us how things should be, it is no wonder we do not realize that we are just-right.
It is not a wonder that we do not realize that
perfectly beautiful by design.