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  • Saturday, January 09, 2010

    This post is dedicated to Seraphine whose voice and inspiration ignites even the smallest of flames.
    What would our world be like if every girl, every woman declared they were beautiful? How powerful that would be. One phrase to be spoken each day would perhaps change the way we as women would see ourselves. Instead we have battled ourselves each day in different ways to try and combat our images, including that of our thoughts. And then let us not forget Society.
    Society tells each of us that we cannot be beautiful unless we are thin. Society tells us- we will not have the kind of job we want unless we conform to an image that is "accepting". Society tells us that we cannot age gracefully or beautifully unless we load up on purchasing creams and ointments to stop wrinkles or age spots. Society tells us we are not good enough to have the man of our dreams unless we lower our standards to make ourselves more appealing to adjust to what their needs are. And then "we" allow society to thread these images into our subconscious which continues to feed and grow and then before we know it- it has manifested into a monster in which our self worth is attacked on a daily basis- not only from our selves, but from each other...Our sisters.....
    What would our world be like if each woman regardless of their age, would just stop and share this sentiment with every women we met. Whether it be on the grocery stores, in the mall, in the bank..... What would our world be like if we accepted what society deems as a negative and took it for a positive.... What if every woman that was graced to give birth could look in a mirror without clothes on and say: "I have been blessed to bring life in this world. This body. My body." or maybe: "I am not like any other woman, I am unique and I am beautiful."
    Like with anything this kind of passion starts with one person and grows. You have been one to show such grace and compassion to all of your readers. In the years that I have known you, I have become inspired to be me regardless of all the hardships I have faced.I have been strengthened through your words of compassion on the lowliest of days. Your beauty is unparalleled and unmatched Sera. Your creativity, your gift of intuition, your words of wisdom of what you think would only be spoken from those of an older generation flow from your lips like that of angelic reasoning. YOU are beautiful.............YOU are grace...and I am honored.