Dear fearless woman....

Monday, 10 September 2018

Dear Fearless Woman,          

I hope that when you read this letter that you are living your best life and sharing love and happiness with all that you have cared for and to the people that deserve it. 

Remember that you are unapologetically beautiful.

Don't apologize for the way you are. 

  • You are beautiful.

  • You are a rare gem that is hard to find.

  • You are a star that shines so bright and has the ability to guide a lost soul.

  • You are a goddess, a queen who answers to no one.

  • You are a warrior that is willing to fight for what is right.

  • You are a dreamer, a creative spirit that is lost in the world of creativity and is longing to pursue their dream.

So don't apologize for being you.

Don't apologize for where you come from.

Be True.

Be You.

Be unapologetically beautiful

                                                                    - Azza Gasim

PS; Also, acknowledge that to be successful, you have to believe that you are successful and can do anything you set your mind to. I know that's easier said than done. But once you have trained your mind to believe this, then you will be truly happy; inside and out and glow like the shining star you were destined to be.

Here are a few books that I would highly recommend!!
(Each one has taught me something different about myself. 

For example;

1.  #GirlBoss - By  Sophia Amoruso

Lesson: This book taught me to work hard on my craft, however long it takes. Even when the world is telling you "no", if you believe in it, keep going

2. What A Time To Be Alone - Chidera Eggerue

Lesson: Every decision you make has consequences and how to be able to deal with yourself and other people.

3. How To Be a Bawse - Lilly Singh

Lesson: Everyone has a gift. It takes time to find it and once you have it, nurture it. You never know what could happen in the future.

Lesson: This book taught about finding your true destiny and how everyone has their own journey. We all go through trials and tribulations and have people giving us their options on what they think is right and wrong. But you know yourself, you know what you want and need and that's what matters.

Lesson; This book really made me understand men and relationships a lot more. In the sense of what a real man is looking for in a relationship and what it takes for it to be a successful relationship between both parties.

Posted By Urbanista ( Azza Gasim)
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