Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him. James 1:12
Here I go! I wasn’t sure I would be able to make this happen. But, I always wanted to do this and start something to share my thoughts, history, and legacy (sounds good this one). Always, always, always….
So Here I Am! Arms wide open 👐 Nothing can’t stop me; I Am All The Way Up!
Just like Lucifer in the Tv series Show (obviously the same name), ask: What do you truly desire? Well, I liked when he asked that question. I would say; actually, I SAY Be Truly, deeply HAPPY. The happiness that makes you melt like Olaf (who knows, knows!).
I used to believe that happiness it’s to be part of a family, a group, be in a relationship, or whatever. Try to be who you are NOT to be accepted by, by, what…. People who only project their insecurity on you and pretend that it’s your fault or you… Look, ain’t got time for this.
The beginning of the pandemic made me question myself like never before! Of course, that makes me scared; for the first time, I was afraid but for an excellent reason. I saw my whole life flash before my eyes, and I realized that I was just surviving until that day.
I see the LIGHT, lol. But, honestly, that day, I made a vow, not a promise, every day, to be a better version of myself. So, enjoy my life the way I want to, regardless of others’ thoughts, and do more things that make me happy.
Today everything is not perfect in my life, but I am satisfied because it is perfectly imperfect as I intend it and not because of others.
If there is a secret to being happy? I would say that there is no secret. I am glad because I decided to be satisfied. My happiness depends on my choices, actions, and faith.
My happiness no longer depends on the goodwill of others. They no longer have that power over my life… not anymore.
This inspiration came from Tasha Cobbs Leonard with her song Gracefully Broken and Your Spirit feat Kierra Sheard. And from Donald Lawrence with Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus) feat, Le’Andria Johnson.
Their voice awake the light that was missing in my life to understand where I had to go entirely.