The Walk

Today, I walked. While children were still asleep, While the air felt the freshest, While I could still hear the birds, And while the grass was still wet with dew, I walked. I thanked God for life and health. I spoke to, and rebuked the ugly thoughts that tried to sabotage my mind, And I […]

Whatsoever Things Are Lovely…

I don’t know about you but, during this time, I’ve been having to practice applying this scripture more than I’ve ever had to before. . Our minds are truly more powerful than many realize. I don’t find it coincidental that God’s word urges us to meditate on those things that bring us joy and peace. […]

New Year, New Revelations, New Direction!

In this past year, I have continued to grow as a person–allowing myself the space to make mistakes, to be imperfect, and to receive Truth.  I’ve been continuing to release the need to people please, release the fear of not being accepted, and that of judgment.  I’ve worked on setting healthy boundaries, balancing my responsibilities–including […]

Guard Your Heart From Fear

. Proverbs 4:23 . The Holy Spirit brought this scripture to mind one night last week. . I knew absolutely why… . I had been allowing myself to be unnecessarily stressed and engulfed in matters beyond my control. . The stress, fear, and worry are caused by none other than myself. Why? . The truth […]

Transforming “Unworthiness” Into Demonstrations of Love

I recently became emotionally aware of the immense difficulty I’ve had accepting compliments and accolades, as if somehow I am undeserving.  I know that I invest countless hours, money, and energy into my family, my students, my career–into people.  I know that I’m self-reflective, my heart and intentions are pure, yet it’s so difficult to […]

YOU ARE Enough

The next time someone, including yourself,  has the audacity to ask, “Who do you think you are,” whether it is asked in word, deed, thought, action, or reaction, you respond boldly and unconventionally with, “I AM WHO I AM,” and that’s enough. It is not blasphemy, and neither is it arrogance.  It is not the […]