Tag: trust

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Under Construction…

I have always said that there are beautiful signs that God will give us if we are open to listening, hearing, and seeing them. It requires us to be able to look within, take note, and also be able to see the things God is trying to work on us with.

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Not all storms are here to disrupt your life

A week later I thought about the book, went to open it up and felt this sickening sinking feeling in my belly. 

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Slow Down, Great Things Take Time

How we can be more present in our lives to enjoy the simple things? Enjoying today, the here and the now. Even though we are going after our biggest dreams let’s not lose sight of the beauty and the blessings of the now, the present moment. The beauty of today, right where you are!

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Timing is Everything

Stay focused on your big vision, your big dreams and never let go of that. Sometimes it can be a challenge but with faith, perserverance and trusting the process without giving up is a sure key to success.

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Trust Yourself, AND GOD, You Cannot Fail

If you have been hurt in the past by other people, then you probably have a lot tied up in the word TRUST. Trusting other people can be one of the most challenging things for you.

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SHHH… Quiet my child, have Faith it’s not really a race

Often times when things are not going as I, in my human flesh, wants them to go, God whispers to my spirit “shhhhhh….. quiet child, have faith. Your time is coming and it’s not time yet, trust in the process I am still helping you grow in other areas”…..

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Living In Fear To Living Without Fear

“Fear; what is fear Mami” my almost three year olds asks me. I take a deep breath as I am thinking oh, no where do I begin. The first words that come out of me is, “Fear does not exist; it is something that we create”. But obviously he has heard this word and has used it in several contexts that demonstrate he is in fear base moment. When he first began to say, “Tengo miedo (I am afraid)” my response was, “Don’t be afraid; you are not alone. God and the Angels are with you”. But, when he asked me what fear was I really had to pause for a moment. 

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Growing In The Great Outdoors

When we come into this world, we are born with two fears; fear of falling and fear of noise. Then somewhere along the line we become those crazy, worrying, non-risk taking versions of ourselves that we often refer to as adults.

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