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In this season of uncertainty, she allows herself to break apart, to come undone and feel the discomfort of falling. She's weighed down from the heaviness of hurt, but knows there's nothing more painful than staying in her struggles and purposefully residing in places where her heart cannot bloom. Discovering the virtue of holding on, but more importantly, the power of letting go, she transforms her scars into seeds of strength — letting them fly and fall into the lightness she couldn't feel before. Empowered by her healing, she meets the ground with a different view — for now she knows that with every fall, there also comes a rise. With a wiser mind and a stronger heart, she begins to grow in ways she never thought she could, capturing all the endless light that was meant for her. Like a dandelion, she falls with grace and rises with intention. And even though she’s uncertain of what lies ahead, she knows that she’ll be able to hold herself, despite everything trying to hold her down — her greatest growth will always come from within.
Designed by Bryan Anthonys Dimensions: 4"x 4"x 1" Materials: Gloss Acrylic Fade Resistant
5I bought this for my grandma who recently lost her husband of 53 years and she absolutely loved it. These beautiful words depict how strong she is and having this is a beautiful reminder that she can get through anything. The block is very sturdy and (I felt) worth the money because it can go anywhere around the house being somewhat small and neutral-colored.
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I bought this for my grandma who recently lost her husband of 53 years and she absolutely loved it. These beautiful words depict how strong she is and having this is a beautiful reminder that she can get through anything. The block is very sturdy and (I felt) worth the money because it can go anywhere around the house being somewhat small and neutral-colored.