I don’t have any limitations on what I think I could do or be.
Think back for a moment on your own history — not just where you were born or where you grew up, but the circumstances that contributed to your being right here, right now. What were the moments along the way that wounded or scared you? Chances are, you’ve had a few. But here’s what’s remarkable: You are still here, still standing.
When the universe compels me toward the best path to take, it never leaves me with “maybe,” “should I,” or even “perhaps.” I always know for sure when it’s telling me to proceed – because everything inside me rises up to reverberate “YES!
You are built not to shrink down to less but to blossom into more.
The struggle of my life created empathy – I could relate to pain, being abandoned, having people not love me.
Know this for sure: When you get the chance, go for it.
When people show you who they are … believe them!
When you know something, really know something, it tends to stand the test of time.
Think like a queen. A queen if not afraid to fail. Failure is another stepping stone to greatness.
I urge you to pursue preserving your personal history to allow your children and grandchildren to know who you were as a child and what your hopes and dreams were.