Are you a unicorn: misunderstood by others?
Hello beautiful people! Are you a unicorn: creative but misunderstood? I want to talk to you about what that means but first…
I keep talking about spring and Minnesota is still gracing us with snow madness, but I really am ready for sunshine and long walks. It is important to state that I wouldn’t be able to appreciate the beauty of the spring, and summer without this brutal winter, therefor that is the perspective that is getting me through this cold in the meantime:)
Did you know that I have the best job in the world because, I work with unicorns. Unicorns are the special kind of people who are brave enough to show the world their truth and brave enough to go against all odds to make something happen. I love unicorns, and they make my heart beat faster.
Unfortunately, the world we live in doesn’t always believe in unicorns or believes that they could survive. The world often uses cynicism and projects their fears when a unicorn shares how truly magical things are. This can make unicorns feel very lonely, question their beliefs and desires and sometime (to my chagrin), give up all together.
Today’s video is for all the unicorns out there and the importance of keeping your faith strong despite the challenges that come your way.
As always, if you know a unicorn that needs to hear this, please share away.
Much love to you all,
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