Daily Change

Bricks, Balloons and Post it Notes

Bricks of fear and doubt,
Heavy on my shoulders,
Dragging me down,
Holding me back.

But with each brick,
I learn a lesson,
From others who’ve walked the path,
And shared their struggles.

The brick of insecurity,
Teaches me to believe in myself,
And to trust in my abilities,
To reach for my dreams.

The brick of self-doubt,
Reminds me to be kind to myself,
And to not let others’ opinions,
Define my worth.

The brick of past mistakes,
Shows me to forgive myself,
And to learn from my errors,
To grow and improve.

And with each lesson learned,
I shed a brick,
And my load becomes lighter,
My steps become stronger.

Misery turns into ministry,
As I share my progress,
And help others on their journey,
To shed their own bricks.

For in this process of growth,
We are all connected,
Supporting and lifting each other,
To reach our full potential.

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