Everyone has work to do. May you realize and understand your purpose in life. You are not here to destroy your body or your life. You are a messenger who came fully equipped to do the work God created you to do. No one has the same assignment, so there is no need for anger, hatred, jealousy, and resentment.
You are here. What are you doing with what God gave you? No blaming. Understand & Live. Walk your path with confidence—God confidence.
Make this day and life great!
Do you feel empowered? Self-empowerment comes from realizing who we are in Christ. God made us, and He does not make weak people. Win the battle in her head to win the battle in your body. Let the ineffective and stagnant labels that we take ownership of go. No one can affect you unless you have first infected yourself with fears and the self-doubt to achieve what you know you can achieve. The work does not come out unless you give it freedom to.
Release Yourself from the constraints you have put on your life. Only you can break the chains.
Make the most of your time on earth being who God created you to be. No blaming. No gaming. Just a determination to be your best.
Sometimes, we may think our parents are being mean when they tell us the truth. Our mom, a single mom, knew the extent of her teaching. She did not force her life’s principles on us; she left it to us, many times, to choose the best route or solution for an issue.
I inform our children that I cannot make all of your life choices. “I can help you build your foundation and give you the resources and some tools to help you along the way.”
I let our children know that I am here for them, and I do not mind sharing my knowledge and wisdom. For the age appropriate situations, though, I encourage our children to weight their options, assess advantages and disadvantages, and be decisive.
We must help our children to assess the reasons behind their choices. By helping our children to understand their core and their state of emotions and feelings, we can help empower them to be their best. I did not write to push them….but to help them from the inside out.
If we do not help our children to see the power in choices and the possible consequences, who will?
How are you helping your children learn the power of choices?
Make this life great!