The Power of Vulnerability

Kindness to ourselves 

helps us

be kind to others.

Brene Brown


This Powerful Goddess welcomed her wondrous new decade by exploring the breadth of her enough-ness while honoring the women in her family with their treasured heirloom jewelry. It is magnificent to witness a woman venture out of her comfort zone, daring to go where she has not been before, celebrating the many possibilities of her choosing.

Through this long wintry month of snowy blankets that barely melt, I am grateful to be reminded of the reason for the fallow season and the blessing of dark times. I wish you the best and bravest decade, Powerful Goddess! Thank you for touching my life with the books of Brene Brown and the power of vulnerability.  I shall always think of you each time I remind myself “I AM ENOUGH!”

Vulnerability is beautiful and necessary.

The courage to be imperfect,

to let go of what we think we should be,

the willingness to say I love you first,

 to do something or love someone with no guarantees,

to let ourselves be seen as we are,

to practice gratitude and joy, to say “I am enough.”

Click on “Leave a Comment” (above left) to share how you grow strength in your darkness. xoxox





© Sharon Birke

201 697 1947

Glamour Portraits of the Goddess in Every Wife & Mother

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mountain
    Mar 06, 2015 @ 08:39:00

    Knowing of my own vulnerability and your thoughts, Sharon made me think and recall that I’ve never been afraid to say “I love you”– first. If not always exactly in those words I’ve found others for the love to be revealed to a Goddess. But I think she understood. And yes it’s true, sometimes no guarantee but I certainly let it be known who I am, imperfections included. Yes, there are a few. 😉

    I love the Cameo jewelry in the photos. I have always thought they look so classy on a woman, especially worn that way. Photo four…WOW! A very sexy shot. The way this Goddess’s eyes pull you in and when a woman touches her hair…I’m done! Her top is one of my favorite looks on a woman too. The see through lacy look is right up there with my absolute favorite, eyelet summer dresses.



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