You Are the Weakness that Makes Me Stronger Every Day

You Are the Weakness that Makes Me Stronger Every Day
María Alejandra Castro Arbeláez

Reviewed and approved by the psychologist María Alejandra Castro Arbeláez.

Last update: 27 December, 2022

You help me trust in myself, the way you trust in me, and like no one else ever would.

You are my greatest weakness, of which I am most proud. That Achilles tendon has been transformed into virtue, talent, perseverance and a daily battle.

Your presence in my life keeps me standing like a trusty cane. You accompany and support me with faithfulness and loyalty worthy of imitation.

My beloved child, you are the most beautiful weakness. Satisfaction and joy fill my life thanks to you. You have brought out the best in me and made me shine.

My truest self came out when I held you in my arms for the first time. You are a paradox: The weakness that has made me strong enough to move mountains.

You Are the Weakness that Makes Me Stronger Every Day

You are the weakness I never want to overcome

You are that weakness I hope to have in my life forever, so I know I will be strong. Even though it means losing my independence, my feelings are tied to you.

You are always in my thoughts and you monopolize every one of my desires. The protagonist of every project is you. You are the motivation behind my hopes, illusions and dreams.

My life is intertwined with yours, and with the happiness that I so desire to give you. Your tender face and your beautiful smile melt me, but I wear them like a banner wherever I go. I feel as if you’ve come into my life like a guardian angel. You alone are the joy that makes my world go round.

Cold and cloudy days no longer bring me down because you are the light in my life. I’m no longer afraid of falling because your hand will always be there to lift me up. Your love and purity are my daily sustenance. You show me that I can be a truly unconditional person.

Thanks to you, I can say that I am the strongest human being in the world. And believe me, dear child, this is not an exaggeration. Because when love is my weakness, it is you that fills my soul with the most beautiful sensations and feelings. 

You are a beautiful and contagious weakness

My precious love, I am strong and brave because I have discovered my greatest weakness. This weakness, far from doing me harm, is a blessing.

It is a contagious love that brings life to everything around it. Its light invades my days and keeps all darkness away from our home.

You Are the Weakness that Makes Me Stronger Every Day

You are the most contagious weakness I have ever encountered. When you smile, it is impossible not to smile with you. It doesn’t matter how angry I am.

When you speak, all I can do is answer you. In the same way, it doesn’t matter what the circumstances are. When you need me, I will always be there for you.

Sometimes the path is so winding that is seems impossible to follow. But if I have you by my side, my strength is multiplied. And any time a trial seems too difficult to face, you give me the means to reach the final victory.

Thanks to you, I’ve come to understand that life is full of beautiful things. And you are, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful.

Thank you for this eternal love that revealed  a weakness capable of bringing out my potential. 

You are certainly the sweetest and most contagious weakness that makes me strong enough for any battle.

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