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“Hair do”

She did cut her hair.

The new look was amazing, and she was like  hovering around, fullfilings daily tasks with a new smile and a renewed liveliness; careless of the inquisitive looks or the judgemental gestures.

Truth is she didn’t actually care. That new unapologetic glam was showing the real meaning of not to give a damn about those sharp “how dare you to be happy” glances. She was armored with determination.

They never saw her before, other than for throwing pity comments. Perhaps it’s true that people is more comfortable with others sorrows than with their success.

Then why would she even think about them now? Who says we need permission for moving on, for escaping from old ties, for stop suffering, for growing better…

We are allowed to have as many new beginnings as we want. We can let go of what’s blurring us and slowing us down with its heavy unwanted stressful load. We have the right to cut the damaged tips and to make the healthy pretty remains shine.

When stepping forward, we must for sure show off that new beauty and bright that we know new seasons require…

 

 

Art from:

"Chai Latte" | Art Print


Ella se cortó el pelo.

La nueva apariencia era asombrosa, y ella  revoloteaba, completando las tareas diarias con una nueva sonrisa y una renovada vivacidad; sin interesarse en las miradas curiosas o los gestos de juicio.

La verdad es que a ella no le preocupaban. Ese nuevo glamour sin complejos mostraba el verdadero significado de importarle un bledo aquellas miradas agudas de “cómo te atreves a ser feliz”. Estaba blindada con determinación.

Nunca le habían visto antes, excepto para lanzar comentarios de lástima. Quizás es cierto que las personas se sienten más cómodas con las penas de los demás que con su éxito.

Entonces, ¿por qué iba a pensar en ellos ahora? ¿Quién dice que necesitamos permiso para seguir adelante, para escapar de viejos lazos, para dejar de sufrir, para crecer mejores…

Se nos permite tener tantos nuevos comienzos como queramos. Podemos soltar lo que nos opaca y desacelera con su estresante e  indeseada carga. Tenemos derecho a cortar las puntas dañadas y hacer que los bonitos restos sanos brillen.

Al dar un paso adelante, debemos mostrar con seguridad esa nueva belleza y luz que sabemos que las nuevas estaciones requieren…

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