Unbroken Strength

The scars we carry are not signs of weakness, but reminders of our strength and growth. They are the marks of battles fought, wounds healed, and transformations undergone.
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The scars we carry are not signs of weakness, but reminders of our strength and growth. They are the marks of battles fought, wounds healed, and transformations undergone.

Jaachị Anyatọnwụ

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I wss scrolling my Facebook memories this morning when I happened on a quote I shared 11 years ago, and was reminded of a beautiful thought that I would like to share with you today. Here’s the quote: “Under all the cracks, there is something that is not broken.”

Unbroken Strength

Life has a way of throwing challenges our way, sometimes leaving us feeling shattered and defeated. But it is in those very moments that we must remember the inherent strength that resides within us. It is often through adversity that we discover our resilience and tap into a wellspring of inner fortitude.

Just like a mosaic, the beauty of our lives is not diminished by the cracks and imperfections we encounter. Instead, it is enhanced by our ability to mend and rebuild. Each crack tells a story, represents a lesson learned, and contributes to the masterpiece that is our existence.

Think about the Japanese art of Kintsugi, where broken pottery is repaired with gold or silver lacquer, emphasizing and celebrating the cracks rather than hiding them. This practice acknowledges the history and imperfections of the object, turning them into something unique and valuable.

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In the same way, our personal journeys are enriched by our experiences and hardships. The scars we carry are not signs of weakness, but reminders of our strength and growth. They are the marks of battles fought, wounds healed, and transformations undergone.

Moreover, it is important to recognize that it is not just within ourselves that we find the unbroken essence. It also exists in the world around us. Nature, with all its majesty, demonstrates this truth. Even in the harshest conditions, life persists. Seeds sprout through concrete, flowers bloom from desolate landscapes, and rivers carve their paths through rugged terrains.

Let us draw inspiration from nature’s resilience and understand that beneath the surface of despair, there is always the potential for renewal and growth. It is during our darkest moments that we often discover our greatest strength and unlock hidden potential we never knew we possessed.

So, dear reader, as we continue our individual journeys, let us remember that beneath all the cracks in our lives, there is something that is not broken. Embrace your imperfections, celebrate your resilience, and cherish the strength that resides within you.

Wishing you a day filled with courage, hope, and the knowledge that you are stronger than you think. Like the iroko tree, I’m rooting for you.

Haiku About Broken Things

a crack on the wall
sunlight creeps in every dawn
to knock off darkness

With ❤️,
Jaachị Anyatọnwụ

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