Often times, we become overly consumed with the misfortunes of life that we fail to see the rainbow that awaits us.
“We are all in the world together and so we must work together for the benefit of the whole in order for all of us to coexist in balance and harmony.”- Joan Marie Whelan
When someone does us wrong, we want to get even and let the world know about the evil side of that person. While you may be right in feeling upset or hurt about the bad behavior of others, I believe our Heavenly Father would prefer for us to swallow our pride and turn the other cheek.
Sometimes in life, we like to make excuses for what is placed in front of us. But as I have observed how many unfortunate people have been struggling through the aftermath of recent storms, I was amazed how they are learning to adapt to their current situation in amazing ways. Some refuse to give in and give up and others have declared that they will survive! They have been coaching themselvesto
As we progress deeper into the New Year, how many resolutions have you initiated and how many have you already tossed to the wayside? Truth of the matter is, we often make a laundry list of goals that we truly want but never achieve. Why? We tend to set ourselves up for defeat the moment we start dwelling on all the work that each goal is going to take to achieve it.
Are you a skeptical person, always doubting others or questioning the validity or authenticity of something?
Seriously---How do you treat yourself on a daily basis and how do you take care of you because that usually tells the world what you think about yourself. I truly like myself and who I am. The other day I received a compliment from a man and he said: “I can see that you are a beautiful person.” I answered with: “Thank you—yes, I am.” After I said those words, I caught myself thinking—WOW—I praised myself in front of all those people. But I had to agree with him because I know with all my faults and shortcomings, I have a lot to offer the world and yes, on the inside of me,
With the holiday season upon us, we often find ourselves placing high expectations on the way we want our holiday to turn out. To avoid becoming sad or being let down, maybe, in advance, you should try to manage your expectations? It doesn’t just have to be the holiday’s either, if you are planning a trip, your wedding or anything that requires your input, it is only natural to bolster up your enthusiasm and raise your expectations, so you can reach your highest potential.
To become a skilled driver of your life, you must first identify your true nature and your passion.