DESERVEDNESS

Last night I went to my favorite place to dance…dance being one of my passions.  Actually its line dancing…something I never thought I’d be interested in, but now I’m addicted (this is a… Continue reading

DETERMINATION

People say they want…to be successful, find the right relationship, go to college, write a book, learn to dance, or whatever their aspirations may be. But the truth is, if you really wanted… Continue reading

HAPPY PEOPLE

Happy people do not want to destroy themselves.  Happy people don’t feel the need to escape life.  They don’t turn to destructive means to cope.  They don’t feel the need to self-medicate.  They… Continue reading

TOXIC PEOPLE, ENABLING AND LETTING GO…OR NOT

TOXIC PEOPLE, ENABLING AND LETTING GO…OR NOT By:  Velinda Peyton I decided to write this article because it is on my mind…the difference between what people believe to be enabling, helping,  or the… Continue reading

NEVER SETTLE

Looking for life in all the wrong places…the wrong ways, the wrong people, the wrong jobs. Finding and settling for less than what you really want and desire, and never feeling fulfilled.  Too… Continue reading

PATIENCE

“Patience is a decision to stop struggling and go with the flow… to stop spinning your wheels on what isn’t working, to stop settling for less than what you want because you think… Continue reading

FAITH IS OMNISCIENT

Faith is the eternal hope that gives life to miracles Faith is stronger than hope Faith removes limitation Faith is power Faith is healing Faith is the light in the dark Faith is… Continue reading

WHAT I BELIEVE…

I believe in Karma, reasons and that things happen the way they are meant to  I believe that coincidences are not coincidence I believe that adversity in life is sent to us because… Continue reading

DOES IT REALLY MATTER WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK?

  “When you’re 18, you care about what everyone thinks about you.  When you’re 40, you care about what some of the people thinks about you.  When you’re 60 you don’t care what… Continue reading

WHY?

I don’t think there is anyone who hasn’t asked “why” or “why me” while wallowing in the aftermath of what we view as disappointment or even tragedy.  It isn’t as though what happened… Continue reading

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