“The second we start drawing lines around which people are able to be approached and which aren’t, we’ve already completely missed the heart of God,” ~Lauren Daigle This quote has been my best highlight for this past week. Lauren is one of my favourite gospel artists. I enjoy her music and it speaks to me. … Continue reading Respect The Difference
Maple trees symbolize balance, offering, practical magic, promise, longevity, generosity, and intelligence. One reason behind these meanings is that maple trees have the ability to adapt to many different soil types and climates.
`You`ve come so far` I was recently reminded to count my blessings. Struggling with anxiety, doubt and my fear of failure, someone reminded me to consider all I’ve been through and use that to motivate me to remain focused. I realize now that sometimes, in the middle of a crisis when you feel stuck, the … Continue reading Looking back… Moving forward!
Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose Sometimes we find love, sometimes we don't, Sometimes we can, sometimes we can't, Sometimes we learn to love, sometimes we learn to let go, Sometimes we learn to share, sometimes we hold back, Sometimes we reach out, sometimes we pull away, Sometimes we know, sometimes we are lost. But … Continue reading Don’t stop fighting…
If you could be anyone, who would you be? To those who believe in fate and destiny, you cannot change who you are. To those who choose to embrace the idea of free will and dismiss the limitations of fate and destiny, you can be anything. But no matter what you believe, you will always … Continue reading Who are you online?
Oh the joy you’ll experience from living life as your true self! As women, we are judged by society from how we dress, walk, eat, talk and yes even how we laugh. Not many girls have the confidence or courage of being their true selves amidst all the judgment. Personally, I can’t blame anyone because … Continue reading Be Yourself.
Last week I wrote about Making commitment a habit and today I will share a few tips on how to develop commitment seeing that it can be very difficult sometimes. Like I said commitment requires devotion, it goes past the mind to the will. Your mind, actions and emotions have to be aligned for you to … Continue reading Developing commitment
Sometimes we hold on to our possessions because we fear we might run out - life seems scarce. But when we believe that giving is the way to live, we will produce more in the future - life seems abundant. Giving has always felt better than receiving. Being able to put a smile onto someone's … Continue reading Building Generosity into your Life
Commitment is like faith. It requires obedience, practice and you have to learn to live by it for commitment to actually become a habit and a tool for success. The magnitude of your goal doesn't necessarily mean that it will be easy for you to commit to achieving it but on the other hand, greater … Continue reading Make commitment a habit
Often times we hold on to the things that scare us, we hold them away and fail to confront our fears, fearing to face our problems and sometimes because we find it hard to trust people with our issues. There could be some parts of yourself that you hide away from the world, parts of … Continue reading Building Trust
Earlier this week, someone reminded me of how it can be very easy to focus on making everyone else happy and neglecting yourself along the way. We have the ability to detect our own uniqueness, the power to control our lives, the ability to make choices to enable us to live a satisfying and fulfilling … Continue reading ‘The Primacy of ME’ ~ Putting yourself first