Journey of life is with a tribe I am grateful for you all

Hello awesome humans. I am currently spending time with my mom who leaves on 25 October so not online so regularly until then. She has multiple sclerosis and had a relapse this year her abilities are not as strong as they were a year and half ago when Laine my daughter last saw her so making the most of moments but popping in to say..
Along my journey these last 5 and a bit years I have been so honored to work with so many amazing souls who have unknowingly or knowingly changed my life for the better by their unconditional love, support and kindness. Including but not limited too @blissology @yogue8 my yoga teachers and @vologlam who have supported my yoga in ways I never imagined and @alo.moves with their amazing yoga community and teachers like @ashleygalvinyoga @joshkrameryoga @talia_sutra @blissology @mackenzieyoga @dylanwerneryoga @patrickbeach @meghancurrieyoga and many more
You see life is all about you all for me and people above, the people we connect with. Not one of us take this journey alone or make our dreams reality without others. Our journey is always a commute we do as a community of souls that resonate and support each other ever changing but always never forgettable humans. One of my fav inspirations to me is Mother Teresa and her quote that has resonated with me as long as I can remember… “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ― Mother Teresa

To me it is not about the looks, job, money, numbers or the success of a human. It has always been about their soul and light they reflect in this world that changes others lives… To me it is not about what someone has, it is what they do with where they are that makes them incredible. Heroes didn’t leap tall buildings or stop bullets with an outstretched hand; they didn’t wear boots and capes. They bled, and they bruised, and their superpowers were as simple as listening, or loving. Heroes were ordinary people like you all who support people like me. Who know that even if your own life is impossibly knotted, you can untangle someone else’s. And maybe that one act could lead someone to rescue you right back.

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