I’ve learned it takes a certain strength to get up early in the morning for work or school. A different kind of strength to stay up late to get done what is due. A different kind of strength when the baby is up at 3am and you have to be up in two. And yet a whole different kind of strength to put me before you.
It takes a different kind a strength to say no when I want to say yes. I different kind of strength to know I’m worth more, nothing less. Nothing less than the Queen he called me to be. And I still reign in His kingdom humbly while He’s teaching and guiding me.
Alone I may be but lonely I am not. I know He is there when the blue skies turn grey. When the sky is dark and the sun is tucked away. In the still of the night. Even when I’m weeping He is my joy in the dark times. Greater joy comes in the morning when the clouds roll away. I grow even stronger after the rain has passed away because my faith was watered and roots hold down my faith.
1. WHO needs Harmony? Everyone! Yes, especially anyone who has has a goal or dream, know what you need to do but just don’t know what is slowing them down or holding them back. Self-help books make up the largest and fastest growing market. People are realizing that they need help and to receive help is ok. We were created to live in a community. Just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to help us to continually grow into healthy well rounded harmonious people.
2. WHAT is Harmony?
Harmony- Agreement; accord; harmonious relations, a consistent, orderly or pleasing arrangement of parts; congruity. -Dictionary.com
3. WHAT disturbs Harmony? There are few things that disturb Harmony but 3 areas that hurt our harmony most Procrastination, Negative outlooks and Competing Intensions.
Everyone procrastinates sometimes, but 20 percent of people chronically avoid difficult tasks and deliberately look for distractions—which, unfortunately, are increasingly available. Procrastination in large part reflects our struggle with self-control as well as our inability to accurately predict how we’ll feel tomorrow, or the next day. Procrastinators may say they perform better under pressure, but more often than not that’s their way of justifying putting things off. – Psychology Today The bright side? It’s possible to overcome procrastination with help!
4. How can I have more Harmony in my life?
I am here to help you Pushing through Procrastination & Awaken Your Life On Springs! A life where you thrive instead of just survive. It is my life’s work to help people bring more Harmony to their lives through coaching, teaching, writing and speaking engagements. Every one of us receives and retains information differently, so I have something for just about everyone here.
As I was walking along my path I realized that I started to get lonely. I looked around to see others on their path and thought maybe if I leave my path I won’t feel this emptiness. I crossed over to another path, there were many people on it so I started to mingle. All of them were carrying heavy luggage so I decided to help. I started carrying, one back then it got to heavy so I started to help another person with their bag. The second bag like the first started to get very heavy, so I handed it back to the person and helped a third with their bag. My arms grew weary and I was tired. I stopped by someone I recognized and started to help with their bag as well. Finally, I looked up and realized I was far from my path. I was tired, run down and worse for wear. Suddenly, I saw God walking down the side of this path. I asked God “Why is no one was asking You to carry their bag.” He replied, “They are not ready to let go of their baggage. When they tell me they want me to take it, I will. My yoke is easy is burden is light.” I asked God why this path was so full and mine so empty. He replied, “You wanted to do things my way. They chose the other path. When they are ready they can come to my path also.” I asked, “where are my bags, I remember I had so many.” He said “When you walk my path, I carry the load. As you give each issue to me, I perfect it and the bag turns into a light to your feet and a new enterance sign to My path for others to see. I asked God, “Is it too late for me to come back?” He said, “No but you have to give back everyone else’s bags. Tell them I love them, I am love. Tell them I am here, I know who they are. I created them for a life beyond their wildest dreams.”
Everyday is filled with opportunities. Many of these opportunities are disguised, as what we perceive to be trials, adversity or bad times. Sometimes we refer to these opportunities as “Tests.” No matter what the occasion or name you put on it, know that you have choices. Choose your response wisely.
Did you know that although God may not always want you to go through hard times, He can use them to produce the most beautiful characteristics in you?
You may ask how do things happen if God doesn’t want them to happen. We were all given free will. Each of our decisions has consequences. Hopefully, we learn from these consequences. We know that the iron is hot. Some of us can hear about the iron being hot, others have to touch it themselves. Either way, we will obtain knowledge and wisdom and apply it to make better decisions.
Self control is displayed best under trial. How you handle situations can serve as a tell tale sign of how much faith and trust you are working with. Rainy days are necessary as much as the sunny days to grow! Let’s aspire to grow into trees that are firmly rooted in the ways that show the world that we have faith that the best is yet to come, that God is in control and that Victory is where we are headed.
|Growth noun1. a. The process of growing. Full development; maturity.2. Development from a lower or simpler to a higher or more complex form
This has to be one of my favors and guiding light. It is a well know tale. I heard it as early as five years old.
THE TALE OF TWO WOLVES
An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.
“It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.” He continued, “The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.”
The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?”
The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”