Britney Spears wrote an open letter for Time magazine recently, inspired by her experiences as a mother, and in honor of mother's day. As she prepares to hit the scene again with her next album, it's nice to see that she's taking time to nurture a very different side of herself. Enjoy!



Time magazine



To Jayden and Preston


You are my masterpieces. From the day I saw the most precious eyes, I believed in miracles to the core. Such a gift God has given me, exploring in your beautiful worlds every day. I pray as a mother I teach you strength and passion to carry through the struggles in the world. Most battles will always be won on your knees. I pray you find your dreams.

God always comes to us in tiny whispers. I pray you always find his whisper and understand the true meaning behind following your inner voice as well.

Always believe in yourself and know anything is possible. I pray dreaming awakens your soul to limitless possibilities. I hope the most precious mysteries of life stay with you always and you are never ashamed of how bright your light truly is. I hope you learn praying alone is when you are most connected to God, and know you are never alone. He is with you always.

I pray you laugh, love and soar through your journey of life.


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