I don’t worry cause, everything’s gonna be alright.
Wait, I’m deciding to be my own individual self. And it looks nothing like what anyone else is doing.
What breaks my heart is suffering of any kind. Too often, our world is divisive and cruel where it needs to be uniting and loving.
The desire to play has always been in me. I remember my first experience at about four or five of really dying to sing and dying to play that came from no one telling me to do so.
A Minor is one of my all-time favorite keys to play in. It’s a very moody key, and also ‘A’ is the first letter of my name. It just represents the songs through my eyes.
I don’t have a ton of friends, but the friends I have are great ones. I don’t have huge family, but the family I have is a great one.
Yes I was burned but I called it a lesson learned. Mistake overturned so I call it a lesson learned. My soul has returned so I call it a lesson learned…another lesson learned.
You have to identify what you care about and why you care about it. It has to be personal. It has to be something that fires you up or means something to you, or it’s not going to drive you.
The most important thing is to be proud of the work that you put into something, and put the ego aside.
I pray to give thanks and to recognize all the good things that are in my life even during times of great change, confusion, or frustration.
I’ve stepped more into my womanhood, I’m a mother now, I’m having a beautiful relationship as a wife and as a friend.
You’re stronger, and you’re better, and you’re ready for whatever.
Why give up before we try?
Be driven, be focused, but enjoy every moment, because it only happens once.
No one will take care of you if you don’t take care of yourself.
Prayer keeps me centered.
Early on in my career, I was more closed off in every way. I thought I was protecting myself; instead, I was robbing myself of all I could learn and experience.
I don’t dream – only if I’m uncomfortable or I’m going through something.
You can’t really compare people. That’s one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned, because comparing yourself to someone else really stops you from being who you are.
If I know everything around the situation, all the facts, I feel like I can handle just about anything.
I find that the love we share fills me up and makes me see and appreciate life in a different way.
At the end of the day, so many things that we hold so much value with, it just doesn’t even mean anything. I really try to stay focused on being really positive.
It’s karma, baby. And it goes around.
You’ve got to love what’s yours.
Hand me the world on a silver platter, and what good would it be?
I know people who’ve gone to jail. It don’t mean you stop loving them! They deservin’ love just as much in there, and maybe they needin’ it more.
How you look is your statement, because it’s a claiming of yourself.