Comparing ourselves to others is natural. We can’t help it.
We notice how other people look, what they drive, how much money they have, their social status, academic accomplishments, and degree of public notoriety (among many other things) and compare ourselves to them; noticing what we have or lack.
We, then, come to one of these assumptions:
1. I am, have, do enough and therefore I am happy.
2. I am mediocre, need to do more, and therefore I feel ok about me/my life.
3. I am not enough and therefore I am unhappy. Continue reading
Spoken by a most well-known people’s advocate, in a speech he gave in years past, Nelson Mandela speaks some of the most poignant words of wisdom that a person can hear.
I share this with you in the hopes that when you feel lost, alone, uncertain, in need of love, worried or anxious, that you will find the golden treasure within these words and allow them to permeate into your heart space and do their healing work. You can read this from a religious or spiritual perspective. It is up to you.
I hope that this brings you comfort and joy and lifts your spirit; for you are made to do great and wonderous things in this lifetime, even if you aren’t sure what that looks like right now. Read this and step into your self with courage, confidence, and faith. Continue reading
Your life is speaking to you. Do you hear it? What is it telling you?
Life is a constant influx of opposites. There is much joy to be experienced and on the flip side, much pain. If you are reading this and have experienced something painful or are currently experiencing something painful, I hope this post helps you to know that I get it. I also want you to know that I have faith in you that one day you will pull on every ounce of courage you have to step out of your pain and step into healing. Continue reading