at your own pace
Give yourself time to be sad, frustrated, and angry. Give yourself time to heal, accept, and to grow. Time doesn’t erase anything, but it can provide you with enough space to be able to breathe again. And then one day you wake up and your heart has a little bit of sunshine in it. And day by day people offer you pieces of their hearts to help remake your own. Allow yourself to be where you are at, to feel what you are feeling, and to experience everything that means. And during this process, look and listen for that glimmer of hope. It is there, I promise. And it is waiting for you to see it. Because one of the most beautiful things about life is the capacity to heal, grow, and survive. Facing it. That is how you get through. — Jessica Jensen
21 and 22 May
Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham
To register, please email Scott Wisor at email@example.com.
Information and accommodation, location, and final program times will be provided on registering.
Please note you can register for the evening public event on the 21st without attending the full conference.
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Whatever you are going through at this time in your life will pass. The future is what matters while the present is the journey there. Learn from your past and work to defeat it, do not let it weigh you down. You are not what you have done in the past, you are the person who emerged from it. You’re amazing in your own way and no one can take that from you. Live life and cherish it. — Antonio Mara
not everyone will bring out your shine , learn to hold on to a part of the shipwreck and wade to safety , kiss a few frogs u will find your charming
In life, you will realize there is a role for everyone you meet. Some will test you. Some will use you. Some will love you and some will teach you. But the ones who are truly important are the ones who bring out the best in you. They are the rare and amazing people who remind you why it’s worth it. — Unknown
no regrets we dont apologise for shining in your face
Don’t be apologetic for moving away from something that was unhealthy for you. Why are you apologizing for saving your emotions, your opportunity, your desire, your happiness, your possibility, and your worth? It’s a beautiful thing when you recognize you deserve better and an even more beautiful thing when you steer towards better. Don’t be apologetic for understanding what you deserve and going for it. — Lloyd Barker