Jessica Simpson is inspiring
Jessica Simpson has penned a rambling, stream-of-consciousness, punctuation-free letter to her fans. It may make you kinda dizzy:
“I just wanted to let ya’ll know that with everything we go through in life, the good, the bad, the ugly, the sad, the right, the wrong, the-think-we-don’t-belong, we all have to allow our hearts to remain open to create who we are,” Simpson says. “Find that for yourself no matter what. Take the advice from the wisdom of those we love.” Simpson then goes on to quote from Corinthians 15:33, saying, “Remember that bad company corrupts good character.” Nor does she stop there. ” … Breathe to allow yourself the freedom to just be. Getting to know yourself is so important. Spend time alone with your thoughts for this creates a world of true serenity. Do not be afraid. Inner beauty, outward charm — greet everyone we meet with a smile (unless it is paparazzi — haha), a smile is contagious.” She concludes this love manifesto with the following: “I love you guys so much and appreciate the support through all the unfortunate pain of loss. What doesn’t kill us makes stronger. Carry on. Soar. Glide. Fly. This is a wonderful life.”
I don’t even know where to start. It’s like she got lost in a Hallmark shop. This is something an eleven-year-old girl writes after a 7th Heaven marathon. And the sick thing is that undoubtedly after Jessica completed this, she silently nodded to herself, with tears in her eyes, and whispered “Yes. This is my best work yet.” And then her sister tells her “Jess, sweetie, you were typing on the piano.”
Thanks to Angie for the tip.