Sometimes things happen in life that we question and mourn over, however, sometimes it is God who is leading you in a different direction so that you are positioned to reach your highest potential. We tend to think that when something doesn’t work out or possibly, we are going through a disappointment tha
So often, I have found that people try to compare themselves and their lives with others. The youth of today are always attempting to compare themselves with their peers, with movie stars and others; in fact, they use those words with their parents when they want to get something or gain a point. It has become an epidemic in the world—craving to keep up with what other possess. You will not be able to attain a true sense of
Oh! Don’t get me wrong---we are all born perfect in the eyes of our Creator, but it is us humans who believe that we are imperfect so guess what--We self-prophesize and become imperfect. It is as simple as that! I have written about this topic in my book: “Hello—Is Anybody Listening?”
As we are approaching the New Year, isn’t it time to let go of the past and start over again? I have been observing how many people are taking a chance and making changes in their lives that most likely will bring forth greater meaning and purpose for them in this upcoming New Year.
Are you so busy doing and being fully occupied by your life that you leave no room for simply enjoying the moment? Especially right before and/or after the Holidays, we tend to be exhausted from keeping up with all the festivities, the people, contacts and over doing that we forget to recharge our energy and relax. Calm and a real sense of inner peace doesn’t just happen! You need to cons
A world of hate begins with a single word of anger that festers within your heart, your mind and then sets your emotional state in frenzy. We see it happening every day in many different ways and most of the time these events are out of our control. Yet each one of us has within our power the ability to change our point of view and our approach to what is placed in front of us, if we are willing to remain alert, aware and above all okay
Since my grandchildren were 4 years old, I would ask them the question: “What are you doing today to be the best that you can be?” At first, they just looked blank at me then their expression changed and they smiled---one would say, I helped Mommy clean the house today or I helped my teacher in school straighten the room. Their minds were thinking about the various possibilities that were available to them to do something that was worthwhil
I like that saying! Let’s face it, we all have problems; life hasn’t been easy for many of us and even those who have a lot of money have problems. But as it has been said so often, it is all about how you deal with the problems and your perception of them.