Broken Crayons (Part 1)

Whether you are physically broken, emotionally broken, or some other kind of broken that I haven’t even thought of, I want to share this with you in the hope that it will remind you, you are worth it.

Somewhere in my aimless scrolling through Pinterest today I came across a little quote that really rang home for me. It’s funny how perhaps if I’d seen the same quote yesterday, or even tomorrow, I may have scrolled right past it, barely noticing. But for some reason, today it stood out.

There’s no obvious reason why right now it appealed to me, it has no specific relevance to my current mood, or situation. It simply reminded me of struggles in the past and also of all of you, and many others who consider themselves to be broken or incomplete in some way.

For me, the suggestion of being broken makes me think of my chronic fatigue. For others, it could be any number of things. But whether you are physically broken, or emotionally broken, or some other kind of broken that I haven’t even thought of, I want to share this with you in the hope that it will remind you, you are worth it.

Broken crayons still colour.

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Simple isn’t it.

Broken. Crayons. Still. Colour.

It doesn’t matter how broken; a small fracture or shattered into a million tiny pieces. A broken crayon will still colour. No matter what life has thrown at you, no matter how much you are struggling, or feel like your world is falling apart. You are still capable of fulfilling your purpose.

To be continued…

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Broken Crayons Part 2
Broken Crayons Part 3

6 thoughts on “Broken Crayons (Part 1)

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