You are doing your best. You came so far and sometimes you just need to pause for a moment and acknowledge yourself. Look at what you overcame. Look at how strong you are. Look at how better you’re doing. The end of anything is the beginning of something greater. If you spend more time acknowledging how magnificent and magical you are, you’ll get out of the fears and overthinking of what’s next. Next is greater. In every moment you’re evolving. Sometimes you might experience challenges that feel like a part of you is coming to an end but it’s needed. You’re evolving spiritually. You’re awakening. You’re realizing so much about yourself, who you really are, and what you deserve. In that transformation phase it can feel heavy or even uncomfortable. It’s not avoiding everything, but rather not being defined by anything. It is happening, what now? Smile about that. Release the need to control everything. That’s a safety mechanism to keep yourself the same when in a blink of an eye you can be living, feeling, and experiencing all that you have dreamed of. Familiarity creates repetition and that can feel comfortable. However, change doesn’t mean an end. It means a new experience. New feelings. New adventures. New things to learn. For once feel a moment of letting go of all control. Breathe. You don’t have to fully understand why and when. How and timing. You just need to allow and believe. Dream and imagine. Trust and pray. Be grateful for who you are. You are magnificent. Magical. Powerful. Gifted. Special. You are loved! You are whole! You are complete as you are. Nothing can be added or taken away. You just realize this throughout life and things get more joyful. You learn to accept, love, and appreciate yourself which expands your heart. It starts with you. I’m just here to remind you that you are okay and that it is okay. Be patient and loving to yourself. Give yourself credit because you are truly strong. Your past shows that. Nothing can break you. Gather yourself up and claim your divine truth right now.
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An incredible downpour delivered two years of rainfall in just one day on the small East African nation of Djibouti as East Africa continues to suffer astonishing downpours which started in October. Apparently, rainfall from October to mid-November has been up to 300% above average in the Horn of Africa region affecting more than 250,000 people. […]
A series of stunning archaeology discoveries on man’s origins have been made in a Siberian cave. The significance of the cave is immense, and the experts are convinced it has more secrets to give up on human origins. Most importantly, the cave is the only known instance to date of the Denisovans, a newly identified species of giant human being. They are a mysterious relative of the Neanderthals who are thought to have roamed the plains of Siberia and east Asia long before modern humans arrived on the continent.
They are now thought to have inhabited Eastern Eurasia from around 400,000 years down to around 40,000 years ago (and arguably much later still). During their final years the Denisovans achieved an advanced level of human behavior, including the creation of sophisticated symbolic or non-functional objects including an arm bracelet in bottle-green chloritolite with a bored hole that can only have been made using a high-speed drill; a bone needle with an eye for thread, suggesting the manufacture of tailored clothing.
At 6,500 years older than Stonehenge, and 7,000 years before the pyramids were constructed, a cult megalithic complex sat atop the hills near current day Sanliurfa, in southeast Turkey. Göbekli Tepe […]
Poets and songwriters may tend to focus their artistry on passion and romance, but it may be those unsung, brief feelings of love throughout the day that are connected with psychological well-being, according to a team of researchers led by two Penn State Institute for Computational and Data Sciences (ICDS) researchers. They added that the findings could one day lead to interventions aimed at boosting well-being. […]
Without the herbs and spices, we associate with our traditional Thanksgiving spread the food would be rather dull. What would the turkey be without incorporating sage (Salvia officinalis) in our stuffing? Cinnamon is a must-have for apple pie. For pumpkin pie, we need cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. And I’d rather not drink my eggnog without a dash of freshly ground nutmeg. Many of us use the familiar Old Bay Poultry seasoning and often, along with sage, this herb and spice mix also includes nutmeg, thyme, marjoram, rosemary, and black pepper. […]
AUSTIN, Texas (November 25, 2019) — Rapidly warming temperatures, fluctuating precipitation patterns, and changing landscapes are having measurable negative effects on global flora, including medic […]