Life is a Journey of Discovery
|Posted on October 21, 2014 at 8:32 AM||comments (1)|
Women are often the nurturers, housekeepers, and cooks of their family. They also are often called to employment. This multitasking can wear out anyone. The outcome of this unending stress can be depression and anxiety and a loss of personal ambition.
What might be the solution for this dilemma ? I believe that women have an obligation to themselves to keep their spirits alive by making sure they continue to find time for their own creative abilities and desires.
This is not only good for their well-being but also for their children. Children need to see and experience their mothers as viable money makers with talent and clout in this world. Furthermore, other women can see and experience women who are confident and self-assured because they are living their dream.
Women often put everybody first which is commendable, but if they allow this to happen too much, they are in danger of giving up on themselves.
Even if their gifts and talents have to wait awhile to come to fruition because of obligations to the family, they must not be allowed to die.
|Posted on July 17, 2014 at 9:27 AM||comments (4)|
It doesn't matter what other people think. It doesn't matter if you make money. It does matter that you take your own goals and dreams and find a way to make them real.
I believe we all have certain gifts that can be used to better ourselves and others. We can say to ourselves that one day we will have the time to pursue those goals and dreams and maybe that is true. Maybe we do have to wait until we don't have pressing bills to pay that depend on that steady paycheck from a job we tolerate.
But there may be some little part of that dream that we can pursue even with our obligations.
Why is it so important to pursue our passion? Because we are meant to use our abilities. If we don't we are continually frustrated and we could become depressed and cynical and our natural joy of living could evaporate.