Surely, the crown can be removed.
It is removed by the "Crown Remover" or is cut into halves, if needed.
However, that crown/cap won't be used again.
It must be replaced by a new one. (*Conditions apply, to know for yourself talk to your dentist)
Usually, a crown stays for a long time depending upon the type of crown used.
For many of us, we lose what it means to be who we love and want to be. As a child, we embody new experiences and embrace opportunities. We are continuously learning something new, but somewhere along the line we forgot that element of exploration and fall on a stage where society feels the right to judge every aspect of who we are. Slowly, parts of who we are start to get chipped away and reconstructed according to the way society feels is appropriate. We become more and more distant from who we believe and wish to be. Without realizing that we can actually walk off that stage. We can make a choice. A choice to leave all of that behind, a choice to leave that insensitive behavior behind. However, the crippling fear of being the only one to walk off that stage is an unfortunate reassurance that many of us rather stand with than stand alone for a good cause.
We live in an illusion that represents “perfection”. We lose the importance of creating simple acts out of kindness. A smile can go a long way. Helping someone who needs that help without waiting for them to say so. Being there for one another as long as the respect remains mutual. Taking a second to allow yourself to understand who you are. It’s ok to change, in fact it’s a beautiful thing. Love yourself for your potential, let your beauty be determined by that fire inside that supports acceptance, love, empathy, and harmony. Everyday is a new day. A new self. Allow yourself to regenerate into a new state of mind. It’s ok to change. It’s ok to be your true self. 🧠💛
20 3163 weeks ago
All it takes is a simple act of kindness. You have the ability to positively affect those around you just by creating an action through a simplistic lens. A grand gesture is not the forefront of kindness.
small acts of kindness portray consistency. That consistency is what formulates and builds your character. Those moments which are perceived as small and irrelevant are truly apart of others makeup.
Consistency within behaviour is The blueprint of who you are. Trust yourself when wanting to help someone else, when wanting to be an ear, wanted to help them out or just being there. Those moments may seem small to you, they are not to others and although you may not feel like you have things to offer depending on situations, you do. Always remember that humility, empathy, kindness, goes a long way..always remember that it’s the simple acts of kindness that embodies what it means to be in possession of a beautiful character. All it takes is a simple act.
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