Category: overcome

I Still Believe

“What do you mean, ‘If I can’?” Jesus asked. “Anything is possible if a person believes.” – St. Mark 9:23 Earlier today, a YouTube notification led me to the trailer of a movie called “I Still Believe” that spoke to me. I wrote down the name of the movie, promising myself that I would watch it towards…

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Year 26, I Know Who I’m Not

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while, trying to figure out some sassy wise-assed way of starting and frankly, I’ve got nothing. So here goes my year in review, about 30 minutes before midnight. First things first! The good thing about the above is that people tell me that I don’t look…

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Who is in your bad?

This week has been an emotional rollercoaster for me. In one of the first rounds I experienced, I felt like I had totally lost my footing. My first reaction was to feel sad, overwhelmed and lost. My perspective focused on the black and white where either things worked out the way I wanted (meaning a…

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I Chose FEAR and SETTLED.

The biggest F-word is FEAR. It is one of the most debilitating factors that triggers one of the biggest bad words: SETTLING. One of my earliest memories is of 4/5 year old me wanting a baby. Instead of a baby, my mother gave me a Barbie doll. I burned it! About a year or so,…

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A Goal-den Journey

It felt like just yesterday when I decided I was ready to pursue my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Today in my mind but my journey began in May of 2017. Having defined my goal, I begin reviewing what would be needed to accomplish it. I realized immediately that whilst I would have liked to…

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Lonely and Alone

This one is tough guys. This one is hard to write. Last week, much to my amazement, I heard myself saying, “I’ve changed this year. I feel much lighter.” It was strange but I’ve never thought much beyond the changes that I had felt in my gut needed to be made. Neither did I examine…

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Complaining…

As my vacation came to an end, I spent long moments reflecting. These moments were quite different from the first half of my vacation. Those were days I spent on a cruise mingling, making new friends, enjoying the entertainment and exploring new locations. These were all activities designed to feed my outgoing side. The only…

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