This is a letter I dedicate following times of my own struggle to accept my own faith and truly believe and surrender to the fact that in the end, my faith is written and I can only do so much.

“Now and then it’s good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy.” ~ Guillaume Apollinaire

Dearly married ones,

Your partnership with your other half is a cherished and sacred unity, do not take it lightly.

I urge that when you see those who are still sending their stars to the sky, hoping the “one” will see that soaring light to their hearts for eternity, that you be kind.

Do not hurt their energy and their effort to keep that light soaring in the sky, do not ask them why they didn’t settle, for it is not up to them.

Do not try to make them feel less just because their stars are still developing that eternity light.

Dearly single,

Life is not only about seeking the one.

God created your heart AND brain. He created your human touch and created feelings, but he also created your senses to make the world a better place, you yourself.

Enjoy this time for it is yours, and do not yearn for something you cannot foresee nor bring with your own hands.

Be yourself, man and woman, and never compromise who you truly are for no one, those stars of yours will always say the truth about you.

Dearly broken-hearted,

Life brings you forms of sadness and hardships for a reason, you might see as your stars now are darkened with sorrow, but one day while your stars are joyous with celebration it will reflect that reason to you.

Give yourself the time to mourn the sadness, cry and take it slow and sturdy but most importantly always stand tall.

Dearly ambitious,

The game lies in you, in your inner light that is guiding your passion.

There will be those trying to destroy it, never listen to them. There will be those asking you the worthiness of it, smile and say just because.

Most of all, just do it for you.

Dearly lost,

I give you a day to just breath, take a look around the people who care for you, whether near or far away.

Then I urge you to open that map of your heart again, and find that destination.

Follow it and look back occasionally, to remember where your from and how you got here.

“I can choose either to be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure. It’s all a question of how I view my life.” ~ Paulo Coelho