Having a dream is easy, sustaining that dream as you bring it to life is where things get tricky. Your mind basically assumes that because you can’t see anything on the surface yet, that nothing is happening. This could not be further from the truth.
Being right is overrated. Peace is much more rewarding. You lose nothing by choosing your peace.
This isn’t a free pass for people’s bad behavior. Speak your truth when you need to, but don’t dwell. Recognize that nothing real can be diminished. No one, no words, no actions can actually diminish who you really are.
So many of us spend so much time waiting on a better moment than the one we’re in. We’ve convinced ourselves that we’ll finally be happy when that moment arrives.
If you’ve ever created something and put it out into the world with little or no response, if you’ve ever felt your journey was moving in slow motion, if you’ve ever thought about giving up because you see no movement in your dream… this is for you.
If you’re grieving the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job, a dream, you might be thinking that all is lost. It’s not.
As spiritual beings having a human experience, we often default to looking outside of ourselves for strength and for help. We go to the edge of greatness and stop because we’ve forgotten who we are.
There is a myth that when something is meant to be, when it is purposeful, it will align perfectly. It’s a lie.
No person, no job, no life situation has the power to take your peace unless you allow it.
For each of us, there will come a time when we find ourselves facing a challenge that leaves us feeling like we have no control over what’s going on in our lives.
Much has been said about the power of the word no, yet most of us still find ourselves unable to utter this word with the same ease that we possess when we say yes to something or someone.