Take control over your mind. Learn to speak less, listen more. React less, observe more. Judge less, understand more. #spiritvitalia
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Sometimes I get lost in my own thoughts. I am thinking to much about what to do and what will become of me later on, that I forget about the moment. Instead of having fun I am pressing my body to its limit..instead of feeling the moment I am thinking of my mistakes in the past and start to worry about the future. This only leads me into a dark twist, and the worst part is that I forget to just live in the moment. Later on I regret my mistake to not enjoying the moment. Somethings are hard to change but it is not impossible! My goal now and further on will be to live more in the moment! Less working More workout! 💪💕 Start doing what you love and do it with all your heart! 🙌💕 #liveinthemoment
I am wonderful & I know that in my heart! I am not bragging on myself but on God who made me. (Adapted from David in Psalms 139) We are all uniquely made and it's important to embrace everything about yourself (even if there are changes to be made....) In order for you to enjoy life, you need to know where your strengths lie. Thinking about what you’re good at is not conceited; it is merely preparation to do your job and LIVE YOUR LIFE WITH CONFIDENCE!! I know anything I am good at is because God has gifted me in that area, and I thank Him all the time for the abilities He has equipped me with. Make a list of what you are good at and rehearse it daily until you gain confidence in your abilities. 🤔What are you good at? Do you even know? Have you seriously thought about it, or have you been so busy thinking about what you are not good at that you have not even noticed your abilities?
Make a list of what you are good at and read it out loud to yourself every morning until you are convinced. Remember, God created you to be great—and you can trust His design. ~TRUST HIM....know your strengths and flaws and embrace them all....His design is perfect! ...you are FLAWSOME!😍#loveyourself