How to Be a Free Spirit

 

  • Never silence your inner voice.
  • Cultivate your inner artist.
  • Trust in the universe.
  • Be patient with yourself.
  • Strike up a conversation with a stranger.
  • Find work that makes your soul smile.
  • Go on epic adventures.
  • Walk barefoot in the grass.
  • Look for beauty in everything.
  • Believe your life is unfolding exactly as it should.
  • Live in gratitude.
  • Realize that relationships are way more important than things.
  • Accept and love every single thing about yourself. Light, dark, strength, weakness. Love it all. Be brave enough to show the world your beautiful, weird, wonderful, magnificent self. You’ll be amazed at how the people you need enter your life when you have the courage to let your authentic self shine through.

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You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody. – Maya Angelou

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3 Comments on “How to Be a Free Spirit

  1. I find it sad that there are so many of us who don’t take the time to “live”, and instead pursue things that distract us from just living and enjoying ourselves.

    Sadly very few of us take the time to understand what a miracle “life” is. Can you imagine? A universe filled with endless possibilities in wonder, culminating in almost 14 billion years in the making, all come down to creating “you”. And we’re more bothered by what the latest celebrity is wearing.

    Far too many of us get to the point where in our final moments of life think about the things we couldn’t do, or didn’t do. Things we didn’t say, or experience. Live life with no regrets, and whatever you do, do these things so that you may “live” and enjoy life. Instead of living to waste your time on things that do not really matter.

    To sum it up, in the words from “Life of Brian”, “You know, you come from nothing, you’re going back to nothing.” You’re not taking anything with you when you go. Just use the wonder that your life is and experience everything you can, there are no second chances.

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