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I am part of all. I belong.

I am part of the human race and therefore I should defend and love all humans. However, the second part, “I belong” is a harder one to feel. But Brene Brown said it perfectly in an interview when she said, “At the end of the day, I belong to me. ” What she meant by this, is at the end of the day, you have to stay true to you.

And it is so fascinating how alot of us share this feeling and think we are alone in it. When in actuality, ALOT OF US feel it, which means there is community in feeling like we don’t belong.

But the beautiful thing is that once we talk about it with each other, we blow that fucking lie right open. Because we do belong! We may not belong in our biological family or school or church or city, but we belong to the world. And isn’t that greater? Isn’t that more beautiful? Isn’t that more powerful?

We belong to the world, the human race and ultimately ourselves.

And we are not alone.


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3 thoughts on “I am part of all. I belong.

  1. Where we belong is often where we least expect to find ourselves—a place that we may have willed ourselves to forget, but that the heart remembers forever.
    Emily Giffin, Where We Belong

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    1. Where I belong is in Australia instead of America. That I have discovered of my physical belonging requirements. But for my soul requirements, I find I belong with artists. I lived the corporate life for almost ten years and it is not for me. I need soul searchers as friends. I need believers in colors. I need healers. But that finding did take time.

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      1. Men At Work -Down Under

        I come from a land down under
        Where beer does flow and men chunder
        Can’t you hear, can’t you hear the thunder?
        You better run, you better take cover, yeah

        Go for it … whatever IT does be …

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