Dear Sister,  You are more than you think you are; more beautiful, more powerful, more intelligent, stronger, wiser; you are more. Do not don the clothing of shame that was given to you when they stole your innocence. Cast that ragged garment aside and instead take up your rightful place as a princess, queen, warrior, healer, sage, wise-woman, guardian, lover. Continue through the fire of this life to shine like the dawn, broken and yet complete, a still pool with measureless depths, aflame ever a light for other sisters. Love through your fear. You will overcome.  Love, Me

Dear Sister,

You are more than you think you are; more beautiful, more powerful, more intelligent, stronger, wiser; you are more.
Do not don the clothing of shame that was given to you when they stole your innocence. Cast that ragged garment aside and instead take up your rightful place as a princess, queen, warrior, healer, sage, wise-woman, guardian, lover.
Continue through the fire of this life to shine like the dawn, broken and yet complete, a still pool with measureless depths, aflame ever a light for other sisters. Love through your fear. You will overcome.

Love,
Me