believe

My question to you is: what is your great vision now? What dreams are waiting to become your reality? Our imagination is
Don't believe everything you think, and absolutely don't believe everything other people think. What is true for someone else may or may not be true for you.
There's been a lot of talk over the past few days about the 'legacy' of these athletes, of the social progress which comes from events like these and of the lessons they teach us all. It would be nice to think that their legacy is global and profound, that it challenges perspectives, shifts attitudes and redresses relationships.
As you give yourself permission to receive, your cup will be so full that you'll want everyone else to feel the way you do. You'll serve others by lifting them up. You'll want to give like never before. Your life will be your greatest act of service.
Don't believe everything you think, and definitely don't believe everything everyone else thinks. Notice it. Question it. Pay attention, and then see how it correlates with reality. Do some research. If there is a discrepancy, reality wins.
These frames sit on my desk. I share this photo because I am not "Political". I appreciate GREAT leaders. I am not a Democrat(My Mom is). I am not a Republican(My Dad is). I am an American. I am an American who believes in spreading love so that there is no room for hate. I believe that leaders should unify, inspire and connect.
As a woman, I have to admit that the most attractive characteristic someone can have is confidence. I find it much more desirable
Pictured here: Pastor Marcus Gill ministering Marcus Gill is the Lead Pastor at The Rush Church United in New Haven, CT, Motivational
When confronted with negativity from others, I've learned to dig deep and trust myself, to understand who I am as a person. Most importantly I've learned to love myself and not let past experiences or people influence me into thinking I'm not worthy.
At times, a story demands more credibility than we can muster, so we change some of the details to reconcile ourselves to