I was browsing through my documents on my computer and found this piece of encouragement. I don’t know where it came from but I decided to share it. I hope you are as enlightened as I am.
The Power in Finding You
When you cease to be “the person you were never created or intended to be, fear will no longer continue to be what it was never empowered to be. Doubt will cease to be what it was never empowered to be.
When you take that bold action that manifests your Original Self and Original Intent, “all of the emotional death trappings of the soul” will take action and depart from your life.
Be what doubt cannot be. Be what fear has no poet to be. Be what limitation is afraid to be. When you become your Truest Self, every lie will have to disappear.
We are not living in a world of impossibilities. Everything is truly possible to them that no only believe, but participate with their belief. Believing a thing, without participating with that thing, is merely an idea with no food to drink. It cannot be strengthened. It is a weak thought.
Have unlimited faith in who you were created to be.
Allow the curiosity of Divine Discovery to navigate you through the valleys of uncertainty. Allow the Attraction of Truth, Possibility, and Oneness with God, to lead you to the awakening of an individual that has resided within you all along, who at times, spoke to you through your dreams, your passions, and even the simplest, doodling on scrap sheets of paper.
No one is obligating you to be who you were never created to be. Find Yourself. And when you do fear will find its way out of your life.
For the last alphabet, Z, I chose the word zone.
I feel I have been in two zones the month of April. One blogging in the A-to-Z Blog Challenge. The other blogging in the National Poetry Writing Challenge.
I believe I completed almost all of the blogs for each day though I was sidelined with a dental issue I’m still recuperating from.
It is my second year for the A-to-Z Challenge and my first for the Poetry Challenge. I enjoyed both of them more than I imagined I would.
I met a lot of nice people who read my blogs and whose blogs I read. I loved all the comments and encouragement I was given.
Thanks for helping me to strive to become a better writer.
Starting May 1 I will be crossing over to a new zone. I will be trying to write something I’ve never considered before. I will be attempting to write a fiction short story. After I get it written I will enter it into a contest. I don’t know what contest but that’s at the end of the task.
My greatest accomplishment will be when it is finished and submitted. Winning would be icing on the cake but when I submit it I will be winning. I will have won over fear. Defeated it with my foot on its neck. I will then be a force to be reckoned with. Ha, ha, ha.
I will continue to hang out in the blogging zone and I will be working diligently in the new zone also.
Thanks for hanging out with me this month and making it a productive and satisfying month for me.
Blessings to all.
Yesterday is in the past
What happened then is gone forever
Nothing can be done
No matter how clever
That can bring it back
To clean up the track
Of mess that was made
The wrong words said
That shouldn’t have been heard
Things that shouldn’t have been seen
Yesterday is gone
Today is here
What is said and done
So when tomorrow comes
And today is gone
There won’t be a concern
About what went wrong
Having a little trouble finding an X word to write about. I’m having to manipulate a word a bit. The word I’m going to write about is x-cite.
Some things that x-cite me are:
Music-I love music, especially smooth jazz. Some people say it’s not real jazz but it’s real enough for me. It’s smooth jazz for a smooth operator.
Writing-has been a deliverance tool for me. The more I write the freer I become. I may not be good at writing, it is helps me face hard things I would normally not address.
It would really x-cite me to hug, kiss and hold my grand babies. I would be x-cited to see the twinkle in their eyes and the cute way their mouths curve into a smile knowing that their grandma was lovingly hugging them.
I could go on but I’m sure you get the idea.
What x-cites you?
I am watching a TV show called 4 Weddings. I watch it every once in a while.
The four brides attend and rate each other’s wedding. I did see one show that the grooms judged the weddings. The brides and grooms weddings are judged on the venue, decorations, dress and food. A point system of 120 is used to determine the winner. I’ve never seen anyone get close to 120.
There are a lot of superficial comments about the weddings that don’t take into account the couple’s taste and desires. I guess that’s how the game goes.
The prize for the winning couple is a honeymoon to an exotic destination. They find out the winner when the winning husband or wife arrives in the limousine. They get out with a bouquet of flowers and a card that tells where they are spending their honeymoon.
I don’t watch this show all the time. When I do I wonder why. It is so predictable. I guess it works when you’re not doing anything else.
I’ll be sure not to invite them to my wedding because it will be filled with all the things I like.