This month we are not only celebrating the return of our blog, Spread the Light, but we are also celebrating all of the friendships in our lives. Part of that celebration is taking a moment to reflect on the beauty of these precious relationships and also remembering to show appreciation for them. Below are some quotes and affirmations on friendship that we love and wanted to share. We also want to hear from you! Tell us stories of your friendships and tag #SpreadtheLight on any of your social pages! Remember there is an extra bonus of a chance to win a Miranda Kerr for Royal Albert tea-set!
One of the things that I love about KORA Organics is that Miranda has always recognized that there is so much more to healthy, beautiful skin than just using the right product. Of course, that is fundamental to good skin health – but there is more to it than that, and she knows that as well as I do.
The theme of this month at KORA Organics is “Friendship.” That naturally got me to thinking about my own close friendships, and how powerful they are in my life.
I was an adult over the age of 30 before I really started to appreciate that real friendships are just as serious as romantic commitments, and often more so.
Real friendships don’t end. Most romantic attachments do.
So in other words, real friendships are basically like having a partner for life.
We are so grateful for all the beautiful email inquiries we received requesting that we once again launch our blog… and now we have!
We’ve reworked it a bit to reflect the change and growth we’ve experienced as a company since our inception. We’re thrilled with our new name, “Spread the light,” as that is what Miranda is always seeking to do in every endeavor – indeed, in every moment, and we at KORA Organics seek to do the same, through our products, through our customer service, and through the messages that we communicate with one another and with our customers.
There was a time in my personal journey when I discovered that I was literally so afraid of my own power that I had completely disconnected from it. I was so convinced (on a subconscious level) that power was bad, that “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” that I had decided it was better to be powerless. And as a consequence, I lived in a powerless state of almost complete denial of the truth of my circumstances.