keep writing things down. keep falling in love with the possibility of better things awaiting you. keep staring at the night sky imagining a world where you have made it through this storm. keep remembering that one day that day will come.
keep prying yourself off of the bathroom floor. keep wiping your tears and breathing in deeply. keep feeling your heart and knowing you are here for a reason.
a purpose more divine than your imagination can create.
keep holding on and letting go of the pain and sorrow.
keep inviting serenity into your life and make peace with the side of you still healing. keep yourself alive and own the space you hold.
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WUSA recognizes that much of the work we do happens on the traditional territory of the neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The land we work on is covered by the Between the Lakes Treaty, No. 3 (1792), and this region is still home to First Nation, Inuit, and Metis peoples from across Turtle Island. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work, play and live on this land and acknowledge that it is our collective responsibility to make our community and world a better place for all people. We acknowledge that educational institutions have not been a safe space for Indigenous students in the past and we continue to work to ensure that this is no longer the case. The work towards truth and reconciliation is ongoing, please do your part and take time to learn more: TRC 94 Calls to Action | MMIWG Calls to Justice Report | Native-Land.ca | Student Supports & Clubs