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- A 17-year-old transgender girl, was found dead on 19 April inside a hotel room in Monterrey, Mexico where she was seen for the last time with a young man. Police revealed that the seventeen-year-old was strangled inside a hotel in the center of the city, remains unpunished. The authorities have expanded the list of interviewees to find the person in charge of the hotel whose whereabouts are unknown. A source close to the investigation said that the staff of the Hotel Venecia has been interviewed, where the girl entered Sunday night and from which she never left again. On that fateful night, Yadira entered with unknown man, who fled the building after 30 minutes. A maintenance person in charge of the closed circuit cameras at the time the couple entered and left, made some kind of unspecified error which prevented police from reviewing the material to track down the suspect. Due to this the hotel staff was interviewed, and although they offered a description of the person who entered with the young man, they have not managed to find his whereabouts so far. The list of interviewees by the authority was extended to relatives and friends of Yadira to know if she had quarrels or conflicts with other people, however this route has not paid off. In order to broaden the investigations to find the person in charge, the authority is looking for a minor identified as Pablo, sentimental partner of the victim, and who since the events last weekend has not been seen by the family or friends. The only description available to the authority of the man who entered the hotel with the minor is that he is short and dark-skinned, in addition he wore a Polo shirt in green and denim trousers.
- A 17-year-old transgender girl, was found dead on 19 April inside a hotel room in Monterrey, Mexico where she was seen for the last time with a young man. Police revealed that the seventeen-year-old was strangled inside a hotel in the center of the city, remains unpunished. The authorities have expanded the list of interviewees to find the person in charge of the hotel whose whereabouts are unknown. A source close to the investigation said that the staff of the Hotel Venecia has been interviewed, where the girl entered Sunday night and from which she never left again. On that fateful night, Yadira entered with unknown man, who fled the building after 30 minutes. A maintenance person in charge of the closed circuit cameras at the time the couple entered and left, made some kind of unspecified error which prevented police from reviewing the material to track down the suspect. Due to this the hotel staff was interviewed, and although they offered a description of the person who entered with the young man, they have not managed to find his whereabouts so far. The list of interviewees by the authority was extended to relatives and friends of Yadira to know if she had quarrels or conflicts with other people, however this route has not paid off. In order to broaden the investigations to find the person in charge, the authority is looking for a minor identified as Pablo, sentimental partner of the victim, and who since the events last weekend has not been seen by the family or friends. The only description available to the authority of the man who entered the hotel with the minor is that he is short and dark-skinned, in addition he wore a Polo shirt in green and denim trousers.
- A 17-year-old transgender girl, was found dead on 19 April inside a hotel room in Monterrey, Mexico where she was seen for the last time with a young man. Police revealed that the seventeen-year-old was strangled inside a hotel in the center of the city, remains unpunished. The authorities have expanded the list of interviewees to find the person in charge of the hotel whose whereabouts are unknown. A source close to the investigation said that the staff of the Hotel Venecia has been interviewed, where the girl entered Sunday night and from which she never left again. On that fateful night, Yadira entered with unknown man, who fled the building after 30 minutes. A maintenance person in charge of the closed circuit cameras at the time the couple entered and left, made some kind of unspecified error which prevented police from reviewing the material to track down the suspect. Due to this the hotel staff was interviewed, and although they offered a description of the person who entered with the young man, they have not managed to find his whereabouts so far. The list of interviewees by the authority was extended to relatives and friends of Yadira to know if she had quarrels or conflicts with other people, however this route has not paid off. In order to broaden the investigations to find the person in charge, the authority is looking for a minor identified as Pablo, sentimental partner of the victim, and who since the events last weekend has not been seen by the family or friends. The only description available to the authority of the man who entered the hotel with the minor is that he is short and dark-skinned, in addition he wore a Polo shirt in green and denim trousers.
- Kenne McFadden, 26, was found floating in the San Antonio River on April 9. Police spoke to a former classmate who had recently re-connected with McFadden’s who was surprised to learn she was transitioning, but remembered her fondly. “[She] would be that shoulder you needed to cry on. Everything you would expect in a friend, it was Kenne,” the friend told KENS 5 TV. “[She was] super outgoing, super charismatic, friendliest person ever, but when [she] needed to, [she] could be assertive when the time came.” The friend, who asked to remain anonymous, said that San Antonio lost a loyal friend and all-around good person. Other friends remembered McFadden’s big personality and love of singing. “If you’d given Kenne a chance, [she]’s one of those people you would be so fortunate enough in your entire lifetime to meet. That is a friendship you would want to invest in and you’d hang on to dear life for,” the friend said. “As lovable as Kenne was, I can’t think of any reason somebody would want to harm someone so good.” The friend added that they hope McFadden’s death, which police ruled a homicide by drowning, was not a hate crime. According to police, a person of interest in the case is already in jail on other charges. “There’s a person of interest who’s been interviewed, and it’s just a matter of putting some more details together in the case,” Sgt. Jesse Salame told MySanAntonio.com. “Police plan on arresting him or charging him at some point.” And while there’s not yet any evidence to suggest McFadden was targeted due to her gender or race, police said they are exploring that possibility. “If we determine that to be a contributing factor or motive, then we’ll note that appropriately and inform the District Attorney’s Office, which could potentially enhance the punishment [for this crime],” Salame added.
- Kenne McFadden, 26, was found floating in the San Antonio River on April 9. Police spoke to a former classmate who had recently re-connected with McFadden’s who was surprised to learn she was transitioning, but remembered her fondly. “[She] would be that shoulder you needed to cry on. Everything you would expect in a friend, it was Kenne,” the friend told KENS 5 TV. “[She was] super outgoing, super charismatic, friendliest person ever, but when [she] needed to, [she] could be assertive when the time came.” The friend, who asked to remain anonymous, said that San Antonio lost a loyal friend and all-around good person. Other friends remembered McFadden’s big personality and love of singing. “If you’d given Kenne a chance, [she]’s one of those people you would be so fortunate enough in your entire lifetime to meet. That is a friendship you would want to invest in and you’d hang on to dear life for,” the friend said. “As lovable as Kenne was, I can’t think of any reason somebody would want to harm someone so good.” The friend added that they hope McFadden’s death, which police ruled a homicide by drowning, was not a hate crime. According to police, a person of interest in the case is already in jail on other charges. “There’s a person of interest who’s been interviewed, and it’s just a matter of putting some more details together in the case,” Sgt. Jesse Salame told MySanAntonio.com. “Police plan on arresting him or charging him at some point.” And while there’s not yet any evidence to suggest McFadden was targeted due to her gender or race, police said they are exploring that possibility. “If we determine that to be a contributing factor or motive, then we’ll note that appropriately and inform the District Attorney’s Office, which could potentially enhance the punishment [for this crime],” Salame added.
- Kenne McFadden, 26, was found floating in the San Antonio River on April 9. Police spoke to a former classmate who had recently re-connected with McFadden’s who was surprised to learn she was transitioning, but remembered her fondly. “[She] would be that shoulder you needed to cry on. Everything you would expect in a friend, it was Kenne,” the friend told KENS 5 TV. “[She was] super outgoing, super charismatic, friendliest person ever, but when [she] needed to, [she] could be assertive when the time came.” The friend, who asked to remain anonymous, said that San Antonio lost a loyal friend and all-around good person. Other friends remembered McFadden’s big personality and love of singing. “If you’d given Kenne a chance, [she]’s one of those people you would be so fortunate enough in your entire lifetime to meet. That is a friendship you would want to invest in and you’d hang on to dear life for,” the friend said. “As lovable as Kenne was, I can’t think of any reason somebody would want to harm someone so good.” The friend added that they hope McFadden’s death, which police ruled a homicide by drowning, was not a hate crime. According to police, a person of interest in the case is already in jail on other charges. “There’s a person of interest who’s been interviewed, and it’s just a matter of putting some more details together in the case,” Sgt. Jesse Salame told MySanAntonio.com. “Police plan on arresting him or charging him at some point.” And while there’s not yet any evidence to suggest McFadden was targeted due to her gender or race, police said they are exploring that possibility. “If we determine that to be a contributing factor or motive, then we’ll note that appropriately and inform the District Attorney’s Office, which could potentially enhance the punishment [for this crime],” Salame added.
- Paola is a Transgender sex worker who was beaten, dragged and probably raped before being murdered in the municipality of Heroica Matamoros, in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. Around 9:30 in the morning of Sunday, March 19, a neighbor of the colony Valle de Aragón alerted the emergency services of the presence of a lifeless body in the street Valle de los Olivos. When arriving at the place, the Civil Protection personnel found her dead at the scene, face up and with her face disfigured by the blows. There were signs indicating that she had been dragged and signs of having been raped. Paola was 23 years old and lived alone in the Colonia 18 de Octubre. One of her companions, last person who saw her alive, who has preferred to remain anonymous, who has confirmed that she was known by the name of Paola Reyes. According to her partner, around 9 the night before, Paola climbs into a green Jeep Cherokee, model of 2010, driven by a man whom none of her coworkers had ever seen before. It was the last time he saw her alive.
- Paola is a Transgender sex worker who was beaten, dragged and probably raped before being murdered in the municipality of Heroica Matamoros, in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. Around 9:30 in the morning of Sunday, March 19, a neighbor of the colony Valle de Aragón alerted the emergency services of the presence of a lifeless body in the street Valle de los Olivos. When arriving at the place, the Civil Protection personnel found her dead at the scene, face up and with her face disfigured by the blows. There were signs indicating that she had been dragged and signs of having been raped. Paola was 23 years old and lived alone in the Colonia 18 de Octubre. One of her companions, last person who saw her alive, who has preferred to remain anonymous, who has confirmed that she was known by the name of Paola Reyes. According to her partner, around 9 the night before, Paola climbs into a green Jeep Cherokee, model of 2010, driven by a man whom none of her coworkers had ever seen before. It was the last time he saw her alive.
- Paola is a Transgender sex worker who was beaten, dragged and probably raped before being murdered in the municipality of Heroica Matamoros, in the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. Around 9:30 in the morning of Sunday, March 19, a neighbor of the colony Valle de Aragón alerted the emergency services of the presence of a lifeless body in the street Valle de los Olivos. When arriving at the place, the Civil Protection personnel found her dead at the scene, face up and with her face disfigured by the blows. There were signs indicating that she had been dragged and signs of having been raped. Paola was 23 years old and lived alone in the Colonia 18 de Octubre. One of her companions, last person who saw her alive, who has preferred to remain anonymous, who has confirmed that she was known by the name of Paola Reyes. According to her partner, around 9 the night before, Paola climbs into a green Jeep Cherokee, model of 2010, driven by a man whom none of her coworkers had ever seen before. It was the last time he saw her alive.
- Day 12- 1/19/18 : #30daysintransition _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ I was going through some old photos and I couldn’t help but wonder where I went wrong in asking for help. Apart of transitioning when I got older due to the lack of parental guidance rose so many questions for me. As a trans child of a non supportive family there is so much shame and guilt you place on yourself for changing your parents plans in raising you, to the point where it makes you doubt your own identity. So you halt your plans, you in some cases forget what you’ve discovered about yourself and continue trying to force yourself to fit into a mold you gave no permission to be created for you. I look at these pictures and I’m so grateful for being able to work for the resources I needed to transition. But it makes me wonder about how many children currently feel what I felt, and how many parents are ignoring the signs of depression, anxiety, isolation or guilt their trans/LGBQA children are feeling. I can’t imagine being a parent is easy, but I understand the power that position holds. As a parent you will affect your children’s lives, dead or alive, present or absent the decisions you’ve made and will make will affect them. So shout out to all the parents who love their children enough to know they won’t understand everything BUT they must be there for everything. It makes a difference.
- Day 12- 1/19/18 : #30daysintransition _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ I was going through some old photos and I couldn’t help but wonder where I went wrong in asking for help. Apart of transitioning when I got older due to the lack of parental guidance rose so many questions for me. As a trans child of a non supportive family there is so much shame and guilt you place on yourself for changing your parents plans in raising you, to the point where it makes you doubt your own identity. So you halt your plans, you in some cases forget what you’ve discovered about yourself and continue trying to force yourself to fit into a mold you gave no permission to be created for you. I look at these pictures and I’m so grateful for being able to work for the resources I needed to transition. But it makes me wonder about how many children currently feel what I felt, and how many parents are ignoring the signs of depression, anxiety, isolation or guilt their trans/LGBQA children are feeling. I can’t imagine being a parent is easy, but I understand the power that position holds. As a parent you will affect your children’s lives, dead or alive, present or absent the decisions you’ve made and will make will affect them. So shout out to all the parents who love their children enough to know they won’t understand everything BUT they must be there for everything. It makes a difference.
- Day 12- 1/19/18 : #30daysintransition _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ I was going through some old photos and I couldn’t help but wonder where I went wrong in asking for help. Apart of transitioning when I got older due to the lack of parental guidance rose so many questions for me. As a trans child of a non supportive family there is so much shame and guilt you place on yourself for changing your parents plans in raising you, to the point where it makes you doubt your own identity. So you halt your plans, you in some cases forget what you’ve discovered about yourself and continue trying to force yourself to fit into a mold you gave no permission to be created for you. I look at these pictures and I’m so grateful for being able to work for the resources I needed to transition. But it makes me wonder about how many children currently feel what I felt, and how many parents are ignoring the signs of depression, anxiety, isolation or guilt their trans/LGBQA children are feeling. I can’t imagine being a parent is easy, but I understand the power that position holds. As a parent you will affect your children’s lives, dead or alive, present or absent the decisions you’ve made and will make will affect them. So shout out to all the parents who love their children enough to know they won’t understand everything BUT they must be there for everything. It makes a difference.
- #40daysto40 Happy blessed Friday all. We're 3/4th of the way through this series. In today's picture, I'm about 17. That'd be late 95, early 96. I had fallen into a #depression in late 94 because of, u know, being different,a freak, the outsider,being me.. & my mom had taken me to a therapist to see what was wrong. This was the 4th therapist I had seen in my life by that point,for, u know, being ME. This time was the first that the doctor labeled my condition as #genderidentity disorder, or #genderdysphoria .He told me I was not crazy. Yeay! He also told my mom what was going on. My mom's response to me being #transgender in 94 was: "NO, U CAN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT" well, that was...discouraging, disappointing. Then came efforts of trying to "cure" me, i.e. #conversiontherapy ,but a low key, middle class version. Then came a string of #suicide attempts, emergency rooms, self destructive behavior, etc. I spent a week at a sanitarium. That was... interesting. I put out two cigarettes out on the back of my left hand, thus the bandaid. I was so heavily medicated that I gained about 30 lbs within a few months because of it. I looked kinda bloated, but it numbed me enough not to try to cut myself. BUT, in the midst of my life feeling like a cold, lonely night, a light started shining in my heart. I could feel it, maybe even see it in my mind's eye. That light has kept me alive,grounded & #grateful. It's gotten a little brighter through each step, each turn and it's brought me here. I don't blame my parents for their actions,because it came out of ignorance & parental love.U know the saying about "good intentions"🤔🤔🤔 But they changed & grew, as did I.AND, we're STILL HERE. That's what matters to me. That's why @genderandfamilyproject is so close to my heart.That's why #transkids are so special to me.I was a #transkid .I want them to have it a little easier.I want them to have the support they need, earlier than I did.And, with that,I tell that #sassy #transkid in #tehran "U're not forgotten.U're worthy. U matter. U ROCK KID!" TO all outsiders, #changemakers #lgbtq #lgbtqia : U MATTER.U R WORTHY.U R LOVED.U R AWESOME #pooyaland #gratitude #transisbeautiful
- #40daysto40 Happy blessed Friday all. We& #39;re 3/4th of the way through this series. In today& #39;s picture, I& #39;m about 17. That& #39;d be late 95, early 96. I had fallen into a #depression in late 94 because of, u know, being different,a freak, the outsider,being me.. & my mom had taken me to a therapist to see what was wrong. This was the 4th therapist I had seen in my life by that point,for, u know, being ME. This time was the first that the doctor labeled my condition as #genderidentity disorder, or #genderdysphoria .He told me I was not crazy. Yeay! He also told my mom what was going on. My mom& #39;s response to me being #transgender in 94 was: "NO, U CAN& #39;T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT" well, that was...discouraging, disappointing. Then came efforts of trying to "cure" me, i.e. #conversiontherapy ,but a low key, middle class version. Then came a string of #suicide attempts, emergency rooms, self destructive behavior, etc. I spent a week at a sanitarium. That was... interesting. I put out two cigarettes out on the back of my left hand, thus the bandaid. I was so heavily medicated that I gained about 30 lbs within a few months because of it. I looked kinda bloated, but it numbed me enough not to try to cut myself. BUT, in the midst of my life feeling like a cold, lonely night, a light started shining in my heart. I could feel it, maybe even see it in my mind& #39;s eye. That light has kept me alive,grounded & #grateful . It& #39;s gotten a little brighter through each step, each turn and it& #39;s brought me here. I don& #39;t blame my parents for their actions,because it came out of ignorance & parental love.U know the saying about "good intentions"🤔🤔🤔 But they changed & grew, as did I.AND, we& #39;re STILL HERE. That& #39;s what matters to me. That& #39;s why @genderandfamilyproject is so close to my heart.That& #39;s why #transkids are so special to me.I was a #transkid .I want them to have it a little easier.I want them to have the support they need, earlier than I did.And, with that,I tell that #sassy #transkid in #tehran "U& #39;re not forgotten.U& #39;re worthy. U matter. U ROCK KID!" TO all outsiders, #changemakers #lgbtq #lgbtqia : U MATTER.U R WORTHY.U R LOVED.U R AWESOME #pooyaland #gratitude #transisbeautiful
- #40daysto40 Happy blessed Friday all. We're 3/4th of the way through this series. In today's picture, I'm about 17. That'd be late 95, early 96. I had fallen into a #depression in late 94 because of, u know, being different,a freak, the outsider,being me.. & my mom had taken me to a therapist to see what was wrong. This was the 4th therapist I had seen in my life by that point,for, u know, being ME. This time was the first that the doctor labeled my condition as #genderidentity disorder, or #genderdysphoria .He told me I was not crazy. Yeay! He also told my mom what was going on. My mom's response to me being #transgender in 94 was: "NO, U CAN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT" well, that was...discouraging, disappointing. Then came efforts of trying to "cure" me, i.e. #conversiontherapy ,but a low key, middle class version. Then came a string of #suicide attempts, emergency rooms, self destructive behavior, etc. I spent a week at a sanitarium. That was... interesting. I put out two cigarettes out on the back of my left hand, thus the bandaid. I was so heavily medicated that I gained about 30 lbs within a few months because of it. I looked kinda bloated, but it numbed me enough not to try to cut myself. BUT, in the midst of my life feeling like a cold, lonely night, a light started shining in my heart. I could feel it, maybe even see it in my mind's eye. That light has kept me alive,grounded & #grateful. It's gotten a little brighter through each step, each turn and it's brought me here. I don't blame my parents for their actions,because it came out of ignorance & parental love.U know the saying about "good intentions"🤔🤔🤔 But they changed & grew, as did I.AND, we're STILL HERE. That's what matters to me. That's why @genderandfamilyproject is so close to my heart.That's why #transkids are so special to me.I was a #transkid .I want them to have it a little easier.I want them to have the support they need, earlier than I did.And, with that,I tell that #sassy #transkid in #tehran "U're not forgotten.U're worthy. U matter. U ROCK KID!" TO all outsiders, #changemakers #lgbtq #lgbtqia : U MATTER.U R WORTHY.U R LOVED.U R AWESOME #pooyaland #gratitude #transisbeautiful
- Shabbat Shalom Tribe❤ Tomorrow I march for #thisbody for #curvyvisibility for #Goddesses for #transisbeautiful lives for #Jewesses for #blacklivesmatter for #equality4all for #nastywomen for #lovers for #lightworkers for anyone who can not march and for anyone that feels this administration needs to be held accountable. We are the change makers. Good Shabbos🌻🌈 #chelsea2sea #lovemyjewishlife #womynsmarch #plussizebarbie #plusisequal #celebratemysize #beinyourskin #effyourbeautystandards #feminist #witchywoman #bahamasgiveaway #swimsuitsforall #bbwgram #bbw #lovemycurvyass
- Shabbat Shalom Tribe❤ Tomorrow I march for #thisbody for #curvyvisibility for #Goddesses for #transisbeautiful lives for #Jewesses for #blacklivesmatter for #equality4all for #nastywomen for #lovers for #lightworkers for anyone who can not march and for anyone that feels this administration needs to be held accountable. We are the change makers. Good Shabbos🌻🌈 #chelsea2sea #lovemyjewishlife #womynsmarch #plussizebarbie #plusisequal #celebratemysize #beinyourskin #effyourbeautystandards #feminist #witchywoman #bahamasgiveaway #swimsuitsforall #bbwgram #bbw #lovemycurvyass
- Shabbat Shalom Tribe❤ Tomorrow I march for #thisbody for #curvyvisibility for #Goddesses for #transisbeautiful lives for #Jewesses for #blacklivesmatter for #equality4all for #nastywomen for #lovers for #lightworkers for anyone who can not march and for anyone that feels this administration needs to be held accountable. We are the change makers. Good Shabbos🌻🌈 #chelsea2sea #lovemyjewishlife #womynsmarch #plussizebarbie #plusisequal #celebratemysize #beinyourskin #effyourbeautystandards #feminist #witchywoman #bahamasgiveaway #swimsuitsforall #bbwgram #bbw #lovemycurvyass
- The day that changed my life forever. I can’t believe it has been 1 year already. I dreamed about this procedure for so long and never thought it would be a reality for me, but here we are, 1 year post op. I can honestly say this procedure saved my life! I am so grateful to the people who helped me get here, and to those who supported me, both mentally and financially! I am SO blessed! While I’ve been lucky enough to have this procedure, I know many folks don’t have the same opportunities. Trans rights are human rights and we all deserve to feel at home in our own skin. Engaged in conversation and let’s strive for change in the future. #topsurgery #transrightsarehumanrights #ftm #ftmtransgender 01.19.18 | #project365
- The day that changed my life forever. I can’t believe it has been 1 year already. I dreamed about this procedure for so long and never thought it would be a reality for me, but here we are, 1 year post op. I can honestly say this procedure saved my life! I am so grateful to the people who helped me get here, and to those who supported me, both mentally and financially! I am SO blessed! While I’ve been lucky enough to have this procedure, I know many folks don’t have the same opportunities. Trans rights are human rights and we all deserve to feel at home in our own skin. Engaged in conversation and let’s strive for change in the future. #topsurgery #transrightsarehumanrights #ftm #ftmtransgender 01.19.18 | #project365
- The day that changed my life forever. I can’t believe it has been 1 year already. I dreamed about this procedure for so long and never thought it would be a reality for me, but here we are, 1 year post op. I can honestly say this procedure saved my life! I am so grateful to the people who helped me get here, and to those who supported me, both mentally and financially! I am SO blessed! While I’ve been lucky enough to have this procedure, I know many folks don’t have the same opportunities. Trans rights are human rights and we all deserve to feel at home in our own skin. Engaged in conversation and let’s strive for change in the future. #topsurgery #transrightsarehumanrights #ftm #ftmtransgender 01.19.18 | #project365
- “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” Chinese proverb ➰ - We love this quote because it relieves something that can be heavier on the body than any physical weight: (non-constructive) judgement. Give yourself the kindness of a second, third, or even twentieth opportunity to be better by doing better. - What’s done is done, c’est la vie! Unshackle your mind, think (clearly) about what you want. Plan for it, write (not type) it down. Set a reasonable time frame. - Sure enough, like an arrow, you will hit your target. Bullseye 🎯 #ChineseProverb #GiveKindness #Goals #Unbreakable #Alive @kleineskoenigreich 📸
- “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” Chinese proverb ➰ - We love this quote because it relieves something that can be heavier on the body than any physical weight: (non-constructive) judgement. Give yourself the kindness of a second, third, or even twentieth opportunity to be better by doing better. - What’s done is done, c’est la vie! Unshackle your mind, think (clearly) about what you want. Plan for it, write (not type) it down. Set a reasonable time frame. - Sure enough, like an arrow, you will hit your target. Bullseye 🎯 #ChineseProverb #GiveKindness #Goals #Unbreakable #Alive @kleineskoenigreich 📸
- “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” Chinese proverb ➰ - We love this quote because it relieves something that can be heavier on the body than any physical weight: (non-constructive) judgement. Give yourself the kindness of a second, third, or even twentieth opportunity to be better by doing better. - What’s done is done, c’est la vie! Unshackle your mind, think (clearly) about what you want. Plan for it, write (not type) it down. Set a reasonable time frame. - Sure enough, like an arrow, you will hit your target. Bullseye 🎯 #ChineseProverb #GiveKindness #Goals #Unbreakable #Alive @kleineskoenigreich 📸

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