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“There are a few things that only time can teach you and only through experience will you remember. The first and most haunting of these is that the day will come that you will break. Break like glass and scatter yourselves out over the floor with no particular rhyme and certainly no reason. Pieces of you will fall off that you never knew were there and never bothered to dwell upon. On this day, All I know how to say is that you must hold on tightly to the hope that you, beautiful and broken you, were made of pieces that broke evenly. Clean breaks and sharp edges so that there will always remain the distinct possibility that someone, someone more than you, will remember the picture you used to paint, the vase you used to be that held the water that kept the flowers of your soul alive. Hold on to the hope that they are coming and they are the glue strong enough to erase the seams of your most misfortunate fall, because you will fall. I see so many frantically trying to number their pieces; Categorize and organize and prepare themselves for the break that is waiting for us all. Do not be these people and do not fall into this trap because I know a secret that not even time or experience have learned yet… We are already broken and we have always been shattered. If we see ourselves as the shining and scattered portions of a whole and then glance inward, we will become overwhelmed with the breath-stealing realization that this day, and every day between now and the day we become the fragments again is a gift we’ve never had to open.
You are broken, you will break. You are the pieces, but you’ll always be the whole. Steal back the secret and marvel and let your jaw meet the floor in perfect awe at the pieces, the wonderful pieces that are gracing the ground they fell upon.”