Khloe Kardashian just thought that she could be inspirational to her followers last night and that’s exactly what she did! The KUWK star took to her Instagram account to post a message many can relate to and learn from.
‘If you’ve been brutally broken, but still have the courage to be gentle to other living beings, then you’re a bad – with a heart of an angel,’ the quote, credited to ‘F**kology,’ reads.
It sounds like Khloe is determined to always take the high road no matter what happens in her life but the cryptic message doesn’t really reveal any specific situation that might have caused her to post it.
Either way, the mother of one has been sharing a lot of inspirational quotes lately.
This past weekend, she posted yet another one from ‘F**kology’ about finding happiness and doing it on your own terms.
‘Don’t ever feel bad for making any decision about your own life that may upset other people. You aren’t responsible for their happiness. You are responsible for your own happiness. Anybody who wants you to live in misery for their own happiness shouldn’t be in your life, to begin with,’ the quote reads.
Considering that she has always faced a lot of hate comments on social media and still does, it’s not a secret how that statement related to the Kardashian.
Speaking of, not too long ago, she clapped back at trolls who attacked her baby daughter, True, for the color of her skin but tried to do it as peacefully as possible.
‘I dislike the fact that people are allowed to comment on my daughter’s skin color but when I comment back and praise her for all she is, their comment gets erased. If you have the bravery to post your nasty criticism, also allow one to defend or comment back.’
She went on to say something that got her into even more hot water – that the Kardashian clan doesn’t ‘see color.’
‘I try to put myself in their shoes and maybe they were raised in a different sort of household than I was. So instead of shaming, I try to educate. In our household, we don’t see color. We see emotion and action. We see love. We feed off of energy.’