Happy Wisdom Wednesday!
How many times have we focused solely on the things that we haven’t done “right” rather than the things we have done well? Why are we not quick to give ourselves credit? Credit for learning something new. Credit for jumping back on the proverbial horse after falling off. Credit for having the courage to do something when we were scared out of our minds. Credit for having the courage for facing the day when we feel like we want to stay in the bed forever. Credit for achieving our goals of eating better, going to bed at a decent time, moving more, reading more, writing in our journal, loving our body, loving ourselves, loving others…the list goes on! Celebrate yourselves, Warrior!
Friendships change with growth and years. Some evolve together while others morph into different worlds. Celebrate both of them and definitely cherish those that have evolved and grown. – Warrior Wisdom and Wit
Joy often comes in forms that you least expect it. This path provides prime opportunity for blessings (big and small). We must open up and allow them in. Often times, it may feel serendipitous. Other times, it may not. But either way, it is beautiful.
Happy Wisdom Wednesday, Warriors!
We must honor the Most High, the Universe and ourselves by allowing ourselves to connect and disconnect. We connect by grounding ourselves and being centered. We connect by opening our mind and heart to the Most High. We connect by aligning ourselves with the Universe. We connect by being one with ourselves. We connect by being an empty vessel waiting to be filled.
connected with God (or the gods) or dedicated to a religious purpose and so deserving veneration.
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We must allow ourselves time to connect with God, ourselves, the Universe and nature. We must honor this time.
We must allow nothing or no one to detract from it; not even ourselves. Continue reading
You are allowed to choose yourself. Choose yourself over to-dos. Choose yourself over errands. Choose yourself over chores. Choose yourself over obligations. Choose yourself over frustrations.
Choose yourself over outside influences.
Choose yourself over wounds.
Choose yourself over hurts.
While it is very much ingrained in our culture to always be go, go, go, it is imperative for us to slow down. We must allow ourselves the space to heal, to reset, to replenish, and to live without the demands of everyday life. Continue reading