I recently published a nonfiction manual for women on how to build more self-love into their lives and heart. I have been on a journey of building my self-love for more than a decade now. And it’s been so enlightening that I had to write a book about how self-love is the key we are all missing.
When I was younger, I had no idea what living a good life meant. I had all sorts of assumptions about it, but I was completely baffled.
Do you have moments in your life when you feel as if you are on top of the world? Like nothing could bring you down, no matter what. And then do you have other moments in your life where you feel like everything is tumbling upside down and nothing feels right anymore? The difference in these situations is spiritual fuel.
Too many people are told that they are being selfish by taking care of their needs, desires, dreams, and goals first. But the world is forgetting that to save the world, the individual needs to save themselves first. It isn’t about being selfish. In fact, it’s the most selfless act you could be doing right now. And don’t let anyone …
Do you feel worthy? I do now, but for the longest time, I didn’t. Not even a bit.
Are you an empath who has a hard time functioning in the world? Do you roam around wondering if you can ever find a balance between being an empath and being highly-functioning?
The present moment, if you think about it, is the only time there is. No matter what time it is, it is always now. – Marianne Williamson
The word ‘abundance’ seems to be an overused and worn-out word nowadays. Everyone throws this word around as if it were a piece of confetti. I am sure I have done that in the past as well. But what is abundance?
Emerson says: “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” Happiness explained in one easy quotable sentence!