I salute your spirit

I admire all the people who have the courage to share their stories with others. It takes a lot of courage to share with the rest of the world, the issues and problems one is going through.

Be it mental health, physical problems, or issues of abuse that people have suffered in past or going through now. Anything personal when shared can be painful and needs the courage to do so.

Baring the wounds and letting others into your innermost secrets is not easy and not something everyone can do. People who are brave enough to do so are not looking for sympathy but understanding. They share to let others know that they aren’t alone and others too are suffering like them. It creates a bond and a sense of community. It makes the collective stronger than the individual.

Kudos to all the brave bloggers out there.

Keep on sharing, and keep on building this community spirit.

#Keepitalive

#Awareness

54 thoughts on “I salute your spirit

  1. May we all respect what we read, and that which we do share may it be accepted without judgement.
    Courage and acceptance are welcome in most blogging communities – or at least the ones I participate it. πŸ₯°

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  2. I’ve found this to be so true, Sadje! The WP community is one of the few social media places without the drama I’ve found in others. You and your blog add to this wonderful community ❀️

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  3. So beautifully expressed, Sadje! πŸ’žNot everyone can make the words say what their heart and mind are struggling with. Those who can express it in words on paper or screen and have the strength to do so are an invaluable asset to the world. One’s pain or struggle shared can help countless people who possibly are not able to express what their battle is…but by reading someone else’s they know they are not alone. Thank you for being one of those brave wordsmiths! πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ’ž

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