#Justin Bieber is taking some time off to practice the art of self-love. In fact, the "#Love Yourself" artist has been doing well after he announced the cancellation of his "Purpose" world tour several days ago. An affiliate exclusively told EW that the pop singer felt "really bad" for disappointing his fans over his decision to cancel the remainder of the concert series.

Life after canceling 'Purpose' world tour

But despite feeling guilty, the 23-year-old singer thought he made the right decision to focus on his well-being. “Justin is hanging out in [Los Angeles] with friends. This is why he decided to write the open letter.

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He still feels he made the right decision," the source said.

It added that the singer wants to "have a control over his life and health" and thought that taking a break from his non-stop touring will help him focus on making himself better.

The source went on to reveal that the pop singer is "doing better already" now that he has plenty of time on his hands. It explained that Justin Bieber is hoping to use this opportunity to grow in his spiritual life and be stronger mentally.

On Wednesday, the pop singer finally broke his silence to personally apologize and thank the Beliebers for their constant support and understanding. Justin Bieber said he needed some time off to become a sustainable person, artist, husband, and father in the future.

Of protecting his calling and becoming a viable person

He also explained how his "Purpose" world tour has helped him find his calling.

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"Me taking this time right now is me saying I want to be sustainable," he wrote. "I'm not expecting anyone to understand, but I do want people to have an opportunity to know where I am coming from."

In the same post, the "Cold Water" singer opened up how his broken relationships have influenced the way he treats other people. Although it was a difficult time for him, Justin Bieber found help from the people around him who constantly remind him of his worth.

On the same day he wrote the letter, the Canadian singer was photographed with his pastor, Judah Smith, outside The City Church in Beverly Hills. It was also revealed that the award-winning artist will not face legal hurdles after he accidentally struck a paparazzo with his monster truck after a church service.

Police authorities found the injured photographer, Maurice Lamont, at fault but said that neither of the two parties will face legal charges for the collision. Similarly, the paparazzo also clarified that what happened was purely accidental and went on to commend Justin Bieber for being compassionate. #Purpose World Tour