I am blessed with the power to change my life for the better. I am blessed with the ability to get it right and to produce the results that I desire.
Valuable Thoughts From Others
Eugenia “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.:-Maya Angelou
Martha L. Shaw: This quote resonates with me! We never walk alone! I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my eye upon you. Psalm 32:8 ESV
Willowdot: A beautiful affirmation!
Senoorway: I wish life would be that simple, but if you’re not a multi-millionaire for a start, there are duties to perform and chores to be done – just about every day in your life.
If you have children (or pets) it doubles up. An ideal dream, perhaps, but at least my world isn’t nearly there! Not by a looong shot! And I’ve been working at it for soon 82 years!
Thelonelyauthorblog: Beautiful post. Love the promise to self-love. More people need to make that promise.
P.S. If you wish to join this positive affirmation challenge running for 90 days, please add your quote to the comments and each day, I’ll share everyone’s quote with their links. For the previous affirmation, you can click this link.
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Complaining. Most of us do it from time to time. It’s okay to vent to a trusted family member or friend.
However there is Constructive Complaints whereby you address your concerns, needs and issues to the person who can help you solve the problem (s).
An individual with the authority and or resources to give practical assistance.
On your job that could be a supervisor, boss, manager or shop steward who can remedy your situation.
In your neighborhood that would be your Congress person, senator, mayor or governor.
Spiritually that may be a spiritual leader in your place of worship.
For certain problems you must seek legal or medical advice and assistance.
When you present your issue use logic. Formulate a plan or suggest a possible solution. And as the young people say, Stay out of your feelings otherwise you will come off as a whiner or vindictive. Ranting and raving don’t help.
Write out what you want to say beforehand in a logical manner. Go over your words point by point. Let your presentation be well thought out.
If all else fails be prepared to take it to a higher authority, join together with others for support, move, or leave the situation as soon as possible. Be aware of the pros and cons plus all available options.
Trust Yourself and Trust God.