Change is inevitable. Even when you think everything is the same old routine everyday, some little aspect of you, those around you or your surroundings is evolving and you may not even notice it. Isn't that exciting to think about? Surprises ahead, the unknown. ✨ random wonderings on a Sunday afternoon #rosiesayerdesign
THIS. 👆🏼 The only approval you should seek is God's. His opinion of you is the only one that matters! Do not let the pressure of "fitting in" or being accepted get in your head and change YOU. God made you unlike anyone else, literally. Uniqueness is beautiful! It's what makes you, you. It's what makes you special. So why would you want to change that? 💓 #sundaythoughts
#fuckhate 📷🎨: @stikki_peaches . . It's been ten years since I first did this piece using these words. Ten years later I still use these words. Not much has changed except for the #hate getting worse. We don't work together, we work apart, with different views, different agendas wanting different results. We all live on the same damn planet yet the barriers and threshold of #humanity are pushed to levels of barbaric in humane proportions. We've become desensitized to seeing shocking pictures and appalling videos. Deeming it "normal" for today's times. Different beliefs weather religious, political, or other doesn't make it right for such hatred to take place, daily! Yet some parts of the worlds chaos is magnified 1000000 times while other parts of the worlds wars and suffering goes unnoticed. #hate is a powerful weapon of mass destruction, you can hate a rival sports team, you can hate the shitty 2 for 1 pizza you picked up the other night, but hating a fellow #human for your own selfish fucking reasons is being a coward of the worst kind. Today more than ever you can #fuckhate in the face, over and over until the end of time. Gonna have to take this one out of retirement. . . . #my2cents#stikkipeaches#sundaythoughts#nycstreetart#mtlstreetart
Let us be unified in the good. Let us stand for the good. And pray for the good together. There, there is power. ______________________________________________________________ I spent the morning upset about our nation. I prayed with my children and told them of the power of prayer. But as I went on my day I had a desire for peace. I began to read, "We are people of peace. We are followers of the Christ who was and is the Prince of Peace. But there are times when we must stand up for right and decency, for freedom and civilization. Now, we must do our duty, whatever that duty might be. Peace may be denied for a season. Some of our liberties may be curtailed. We may be inconvenienced. We may even be called on to suffer in one way or another. But God our Eternal Father will watch over this nation and all of the civilized world who look to Him. Let us be prayerful. Let us pray for righteousness. Let us pray for the forces of good. Let us reach out to help men and women of goodwill, whatever their religious persuasion and wherever they live. Let us stand firm against evil, both at home and abroad. Are these perilous times? They are. But there is no need to fear. We can have peace in our hearts and peace in our homes. We can be an influence for good in this world, every one of us." -Gordon B. Hinckley #sundaythink
It's true. Those who lack confidence in themselves, lack an "attitude of gratitude", and affect those around them in negative ways. Those who have nothing and are able to see that they still have something are usually those who really have a finer appreciation for the things that matter 🙏🏼 #sundaythoughts#newweeknewme#keepyourheadup#qotd#stayhumble
One of the exercises we did during the Tony Robbins session was all about gratitude. He asked us to recall 3 moments we were eternally grateful for. Marrying this man.... and safely delivering his healthy babies into the world. Speechless.
To express yourself honestly, that is difficult to do. I loved this interview that #brucelee had. It makes me think about my life and the way I hold myself and how honest I am with who I am with my friends, family, and people I'd like to know better I've have met some great people this last year and a bit, and I have been more of myself I feel. I would, in the past, hold myself up to someone's light, going with the flow of the moment. In other words, I would just hold myself back from being who I am because I just wanted to belong. I have always felt like I was a...tool, if that is the right word, with a number of people. Boxing was something that helped change that. It is true what they say, you really learn about yourself when you step in the ring, or to fight as well, you have to move, you have to fight. It's taken awhile for that feeling to transfer to daily life, but I've noticed that once I have with my thoughts and feelings, it seems the people that I thought were friends, maybe aren't because suddenly self worth is there. Friendships, relationships, family, and more all have something that binds us together. Blood holds family together they say, but if that's true, why do some families not stay together? Why do some relatives not talk? To be honest with ourselves, is to not hold back from our ideals, beliefs and feelings. To have no regret with the things we do, but rather to only regret the things we didn't do. But that is hard to do, I can relate with this. The things that brings us together may not necessarily keep us together, but maybe to honestly express ourselves, to express our thoughts and feelings, to share these things, that to me is what binds us. I've been heavy headed in the last 4 or 5 months with thoughts of friendship, relationships and such. What is right, and what is wrong? I had a great conversation after my boxing class regarding the grayness of the world, but to sometimes want that feeling of black and white, something to talk