this caption is completely unrelated to the photo but i thought i’d share my morning thoughts. today on twitter i shared “teach people how to treat you.” i got a bunch of responses saying “we shouldn’t have to.” my response to that is thinking... well that isn’t our reality. by ignoring reality to uphold a standard we’ve applied.. do we ever get anywhere? or are we chasing circles. at what point do we acknowledge that standard is often ego, and that when you lay the ego to rest and open the floor for vulnerability and equal validation, we might get somewhere. when i say teach people how to treat you, i mean understanding that you are above nor below anyone else , equal enough to say “hey. this isn’t constructive for me. is this constructive for you. if not, what is?” instead of attacking or defending.. being vulnerable about things that hurt you in a compassionate not accusatory way takes you far. often times what is needed is the understanding that in most cases, there are validity on both sides. there is no wrong or right (macrocosmically) , just perspective. human is human is human. i love you! have a good ass day. 🧡🧡🧡 stay mindful.
singapore... that was one of the most lit experiences of my life. you sang every word with conviction and enthusiasm i can’t wait to come back!!! thank you!!!!
being good to yourself on tour 101.
got some tickets left for singapore tonight up for grabs 😍
jakarta i still don’t truly understand what’s going on but apparently it’s super dangerous i’m more worried about your safety i really hope everyone’s okay!! sending so much love to over there and we’re coming as soon as we can!!!! stay safe 💔
day dreaming about the school i’ll open one day, the summer camps i’ll run & the centers i wanna build. manifesting through instagram captions is sooooooooo 2018. get with the times. 🤷🏽♀️