YOUR SCARS TELL A STORY OF VICTORY
Every scar has a story to tell. Every scar alters your personality. Every scar enhances your natural beauty.
Your heart scars convey a tale of bravery and vulnerability. They remind you of all the times you have been in love and your heart has been fluttering with joy. When you placed someone else’s pleasure ahead of your own and when you believed in the face of adversity. They remind you of the times when you actually loved someone while swearing you’d never fall in love again. They serve as a reminder that even when your heart breaks, it still believes, hopes, and musters the will to try again, even if it means a new scar.
The scars on your head remind you of all the battles you’ve had with yourself, how you learnt to silence the toxic voices in your head, and how you overcame fear or self-doubt when you wanted something you didn’t think you could have. They remind you of all the times people have disappointed you or told you lies about who you are. They transport you back to all the childhood texts you had to delete in order to start over, to begin anew, to heal.
Scars on your body also convey a lovely story about how you overcome pain or bruises from insane adventures and daring endeavours. They bring back memories of your wild days and sleepless nights. They remind you that the wounds will heal and the pain will fade over time. They serve as a reminder that things have a way of getting back together, even if the seals aren’t exactly the same. They serve as a constant reminder that you can survive and that you are a fighter. They remind you of all the times you’ve gotten back up after being knocked down by life, as well as the fact that life is full of bumps and bruises yet is still worth living. It’s still lovely, and it’s worth defending.
Your scars and the stories they tell are beautiful because they remind you of your power and healing. They remind you that there was a time when you weren’t afraid, and instead of being ashamed of your scars, you proudly wore them. And for that, I congratulate you. I admire how you carry your scars because they are deep and powerful, and they contain a thousand untold stories.
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