Friday is Free-Day! It was created to give you the opportunity to reflect on any conflict, mistakes, or struggles you had during the week and FREE them from your mind. Let go of them, get entirely rid of them, and end your week with peace of mind. Remember, “let go” means to “STOP holding onto something.” Free-Day is when you look back over the week and forgive anyone who has upset or hurt you in some way, intentionally or unintentionally. You can forgive because forgiveness doesn’t make the other person right….it makes YOU FREE. It lifts the burden off your … Continue reading FRIDAY IS FREE-DAY: HAVE A GOOD ONE
Believe in the powerful of love to help you overcome.Where there is discouragement, love encourages..Where there is failure, love inspires.Where there is pain, love heals.Where there is weariness, love rejuvenates..Where there is sadness, love uplifts.Where there is a broken heart, love mends..Where there is separation, love reconciles.Where there is loss,, love comforts.Where there is hurt, love forgives.Life does not give you more than you can handle.Love provides what you need to overcome.Believe. Continue reading BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF LOVE TO HELP YOU OVERCOME
Most people want to be more likable. Wishing doesn’t make it happen. It takes time, a lot of self -awareness, practice , and consistent effort. Studies have shown that there are certain qualities that make a person likable. Here are 7 qualities that most likable persons seem to have. Improve your likability by working on one quality at a time.1. THEY ACTIVELY LISTEN. When you talk with them they give you their undivided attention. They look you in the eye. They respond to what you say and ask questions if they want to know more. They make you feel like … Continue reading 7 QUALITIES OF A LIKABLE PERSON – HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR LIKABILITY
For humans, there are three parts to forgiveness.(1) Forgiving a person who has hurt you.(2) Forgiving yourself for wrongs you have done.(3) Seeking forgiveness for hurt you have caused.Forgiveness means to let go of the resentmentand anger toward a person or group who hasin some manner hurt or harmed you.Forgiveness does NOT mean forgettingor excusing the wrong that was done.Rather, it means preventing a person’s actionsfrom destroying your heart and peace of mind.You will be able to forgive when you are able to acceptthe fact that a person is human and makes mistakes.You will be able to forgive when you … Continue reading TO FORGIVE IS TO HEAL
There are two broad categories of guilt:TRUE GUILT AND FALSE GUILT.TRUE GUILT(1) This is the guilt you feel when you are responsible for a wrong that you committed.(2) In a sense this is a “healthy guilt”because it makes you realize that what you did was wrong.(3) The first goal is to correct the wrongif possible. If you offended or hurtsomeone, seek forgiveness.(4) The second goal is to let go of theguilt. Don’t carry the guilt and allow it to become a heavy burden.Remind yourself that you are humanand make mistakes. You aren’t perfect. You are still loved.You can’t change the … Continue reading TRUE GUILT vs. FALSE GUILT— WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?