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What We Playin’ For?

What We Playin’ For?

Love and Basketball

This movie does it to me every time. This scene especially. The struggle in Quincy’s eyes to put pride aside and be with the woman his heart beats for is so evident, and so intense. All he ever wanted was for her to be there. For her to be there when he needed her most. For Monica to put her heart on the line with the possibility of losing, showed that all that mattered was him knowing that she at least tried. She let him know where her heart was. It was up to him to recognize where his was.

If there is someone from your past, your present, or maybe even someone you want in your future, take out this time to tell them exactly how you feel. Don’t be afraid to open your heart and let your heart know how you feel. If you experience rejection, don’t fret. It’s better to hurt from admission than to hurt from cancelling out the possibilities. The sooner you admit love, the sooner you can move forward. Holding it in only prolongs the outcome.

I recently put my heart on the line. The only outcome I expected was to feel free. Continuing to walk around with all this love trapped inside weighed me down. If only I had set it free a long time ago, I just might be in a different position in my life. But I can not dwell on that. All I know is that my breathing is so much more clear. My head is not as cloudy. The flutters in my heart have slowed down. I truly feel better. It’s unexplainable how different I feel now that I have been honest and been real with myself.

Holding back your feelings stunts your progress. Let it all out. Let it all go. Loose the shackles of your heart.

Blessings & Prosperity!

This is Jewells signing out…

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