Thought of the Day

We invest way too much energy into things gone wrong, instead of acknowledging the beauty and blessings blossoming around us. We blind ourselves from that in which we need, to concentrate on what it is we think we want. We waste precious time trying to shape and mold others into what we want them to be, instead of just accepting them for who they are. We look to others for hope, not knowing that the faith we need is already within us. We glorify everything that goes bad, and we rarely give credit to the things that go right. We highlight hurting more than helping. We often only want to give if it involves receiving. We constantly blame others for our problems, when the greatest source for all of our issues is ourselves. Change begins with you. Love begins in you. Your happiness is produced from within you. It is not what he or she will do for you, its what you will do for yourself. Fly right.


Thought of the Day

How often do we as humans not appreciate what we have, deny or push away what we need in an attempt to possess what it is we think we want? Often times this leads to regret of not accepting what is/was best, realizing what we wanted actually wasn’t what we needed and having to start the cycle all over again. You don’t need an umbrella when the sky rains blessings. Soak that in.


Thought of the Day

Many of life’s blessings don’t come to us in a way, shape or form that we desire it to. Often times the things that we truly seek have already come and may still be there and available to us now. People get so stuck in their own ways of thinking, living, only believing in their own logic and ideology. There is no harm in being confident in your own beliefs but be mindful of others. We’re all individual, independent humans who have been given our own free will and opinions. There won’t always be agreement but there always exists the chance to compromise. Sometimes what’s best is already there but to the ‘never satisfied’ eye, there is a fixation that there is bigger, better, more. No one is telling you to settle or to strictly be content but sometimes the peace and happiness you think you want is and has been right there all along. So wake up, open your eyes and your hearts and appreciate the blessings in and around your life. Be thankful, humble. Don’t place blame on others if you aren’t willing to accept your own mistakes and errors. It’s not about who’s better than who, it’s about living and becoming better as a people.