I Don’t Know Who Needs To Hear This, But Change Your Damn Number!

Sanni Lark
2 min readJun 3, 2024

Everyone should not have the exclusive code known as your phone number to receive access to you, even if you never pick up for them.

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Like debit and credit cards connect us to money, our phones can connect us to loving family and friends and opportunities that benefit us, as well as those who want to see us fail for their selfish reasons. Too many people having your number can be extremely detrimental to you, especially if they are past lovers, old peers, ex-friends, and even blocked family members who have nothing but hate and curses to send your way.

Numbers carry spiritual codes. Those codes can make or break you. Everyone should not have the exclusive code known as your phone number to receive access to you, even if you never pick up for them.

If you are looking for a fresh start, don’t forget to change your phone number. Cut the damn cord between what you’re leaving behind and what you’re looking forward to once and for all.

This is a brief excerpt from the love letter published originally in Evil Single Woman, Sanni Lark’s curated methodology which intersects dark spirituality and self-exaltation with practical womanhood. To access the full-length love letter and receive daily foundational lessons, subscribe today.

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Sanni Lark

Channeling sacred, unadulterated, feminine chaos and wisdom through writing. For more primordial womanhood activation visit: https://www.sannilark.com