When we are faced with major changes that disrupt the status quo, we could succumb to fear, bury our heads in denial, or wallow in the past-none of which is productive.
If you stay open to it, a rejection can be the redirection you need into a calling, a bright future that was truly meant for you.
Taking the time to reach out and help someone out, cheer someone up, or make someone's day is the best way to lift yourself out of your own pit.
It's okay to take inventory. It's okay to let go.
"Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate, and to humble." -Yehuda Berg "Ugh, I look disgusting." "I'm such an idiot!" "I'm never going to make it-I'm such a loser." Harsh as these words are, I have heard many people say variations of… Continue reading Talking To Your Self
Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. -Matthew 6: 34 If there is one thing that I'm good at, it's worrying. Before one day is finished, you can often find me stressing out about what I've got to get done the next… Continue reading Zero-Worth in Worry
Many times as a child, I was faced with the following questions from family, friends, and teachers: "So, what do you want to be when you grow up?" In and of itself, it's fair and harmless question. We all have hopes and dreams of contributing to society through our careers in some way, shape, or… Continue reading Identity and Purpose
"Be Still." These exact words have been written or heard from a number of places, such as the Bible, Buddha or Oprah Winfrey, just to name a few. But what does that actually mean? First of all, in our fast-paced society punctuated by the 24 hour news cycle, our collective workaholic nature and the constant… Continue reading Be Still