Independence and freedom are something that we all crave to enjoy, experience and maintain yet for many people of the world, those thoughts seem to be a fleeting mirage.
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.
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,
Who are you? The power of the words: “I am” begins with your personal declaration of “I am ________”. (you fill in the blank)
I recently heard the evangelist, Joel Olsen speak about the power of the “I am” and his words were inspirational and transformational. For when we want to empower ourselves, it is important to believe in ourselves and who we are.
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
Too often I hear people say that they hate the life they have and wish for something else. Living a life built on wishes or desires for what others appear to possess only leads to greater resentment and despair. We all have hopes and dreams, but it might better serve each one of us if we could learn to build on our hopes and dreams rather than push them away by empowering ourselves towa
I, for one, have been impatient more often than none in my life. My expectations to receive something more than I already have has often frustrated me and caused me to be annoyed with my situation and myself.
Is the real question how do we fix a problem or is it whose responsibility is it to fix your problem? I know the answer to that question but do you you see, there are a lot of people in the world who put the responsibility on someone else or something outside of themselves when