Tag: Faith

“Clarity is What you Want”

If the situation drove you to clarity–consider your experience a divine blessing. It was exactly what you needed to bridge you perfectly on the journey of your true hearts desires. Clarity is exactly what you want. Clarity is exactly what you need. Free yourself from the dead-end feelings of regret. The only way you could

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Be Okay to be Alone

Be okay to be alone or easily accept the unacceptable. Learn to find the peace and joy in your solitude. This doesn’t mean that solitude is all you want. This means that solitude is apart of a healthy well-being. Solitude is a precious part of life. It’s okay to hear the spirit. It’s okay to

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4 Tips for the Busy Woman to Finish on TOP

I’ve been busy. I am a few months from completing my second degree. I work full-time and still working towards the completion of my second book. I have to maintain my exercise regimen and still meet the GPA requirements to get accepted into Pharmacy School. I have a lot to achieve as we all do.

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Time is on Your Side

Just recently I found myself feeling like time was not on my side. I had been in summer school working on my prerequisites to apply to pharmacy school and working full-time. Working and going to class every day I found myself looking for the time to study, work out, write, downtime, good times… Only to

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Potential was Cool but Time for Greatness Now

Sometimes we rest on our potential. In some cases we don’t believe in our potential. In other cases we don’t want to do the amount of work and consistency it takes to turn potential into gold. But potential can only get you so far. Are you comfortable with that? Is potential enough for you? Are

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God Saves, You Cannot

Broken Spirits I’ve examined myself and realized, I have a sense of duty and responsibility to broken spirits. I have an attraction to broken spirts and broken spirits have an attraction to me. The only constant in this attraction is failure and un-fulfillment. I don’t mean this for romantic relationships in particular, I mean this

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