All the best 🤍

May you focus on what lifts you.

May you Focus on your health, your dreams, your goals, your relationship with self.

May you grow in strength and wisdom Infinitely.

May you recognize your triggers, and grow confident in the boundaries you set.

May you understand your intuition and May you hear it, clearly.

I wish you every ability to communicate your
wants and needs and I wish you the clarity to see, and know that you’re worthy of them all.

May you learn to trust when it is safe to
trust.

May you allow yourself to love and to be
loved when it is safe to love and be loved.

— Amanda Silvera

God

God uses what we think are disappointments, delays, setbacks, detours to move us into our purpose. At first, you may be discouraged, it may not make sense, but you don’t know what God is up to. God never closes a door without opening something better.

— Joel Osteen

We’re meant to shine

To the broken hearted

This will feel like the end. And you will swear that this is the break that will finally kill you.

I promise that is only the shade of the sky before the breaking dawn. And you are not alone. You are under His watchful eye. In His loving care. He is the Doctor and you are His patient. This crucible isn’t your end. It is your polishing. Gold only burns to shine.

You must shed more of these chains. More of what binds you to this earth. Because you weren’t made for this world. You were made for the heavens. So you must rise. You will soar. But your wings must be free. And freedom requires struggle.

Rise up in hope, not despair. His promise has already come to pass. He has already saved you. The appoinment is set. But we must prepare and look our best, because on that day we’re not meant to just show up. We’re meant to shine.

— Yasmin Mogahed


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Wait patiently, but not passively.

In this life, there will come different shades of tiredness. Some people will have minds that have grown tired.

For some, it will he their bodies.

For other, it’s the heart.

And then there will be some whose soul is tired.

These people didn’t get there overnight. These are the veterans of this life. The veterans of struggle, defeat. Loss. The veterans of tears and sleepless nights.

The veterans of prayer–but not the normal kind. The broken, desperate kind. The kind of prayer that can only come from a wounded heart.

To all those who are tired today, I can only ask you to look up to find the strength.

Wait patiently, but not passively.

Keep your eyes fixed. Don’t let the deceptive motions of this life distract you. Keep your eyes on God. Keep your heart fixed. On His work, His plan. And His mercy and support throughout it all.

Wait patiently, but not passively.

Watch His work, but don’t stop your own.

There is no better worship when you’re tired, then to keep fighting on.

You may think it doesn’t matter and nothing you do can make a difference. But remember, the seeds of an Oak don’t grow in a day.

— Yasmin Mogahed


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Mental Toughness

Rules of mental toughness by Patrick BetDavid


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Focus on Gratitude

Fear of loss drives us to desperation and kills joy long before actual loss. To break that fear remember this: what ever you fear losing actually doesn’t belong to you. It is a trust from God. It belongs to Him and He, out of His Mercy, is allowing you to keep it for an allotted time according to His will and wisdom. You have no right to object when He takes it back. It is His to give and to withhold. Rather focus on gratitude for every minute you are allowed to experience its presence. Gratitude is the opposite of fear.

— Dalia Mogahed


Trust God

Something happens in the struggle: when your mind says it’s never going to work out, but in your heart, you know what God promised is on the way. Your mind says, “You’re wasting your time; there’s no use believing.” But you just keep on keeping on, doing the right thing, trusting God, thanking Him that’s it’s on the way. That’s sustaining faith. Don’t expect everything to be easy; don’t expect everyone to be for you. If it hasn’t happened yet, that doesn’t mean it’s not going to happen. The victory is on the other side of the opposition. It takes staying power, it takes a made-up mind, it takes someone that’s not moved by the circumstances.

– Joel Osteen

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Keep your joy

Keep your joy. Life is going to throw you curves. There will be disappointments, things that aren’t fair. That’s when you have to put your foot down and say, “Yet will I rejoice in the Lord.” We should make this decision every morning, “I will be joyful today.” Decide ahead of time that you’re going to enjoy the day. When people dump things on you, keep your lid on. Don’t let that get in you. When you’re tempted to get upset, frustrated, remind yourself that you have the power to remain calm. Keep it in perspective; this day is a gift. Honor God by living it grateful, happy, and to the fullest.

— Joel Osteen

New Level

You may feel fear, but that’s okay. Fear comes to us all. The key is to do it afraid. Do it in spite of what you feel; do it in spite of what your mind is telling you. Don’t get talked out of your destiny. God is setting you up to go to a new level. In those scary places, you’ll discover strength that you didn’t know you had, talent, determination, perseverance that you didn’t think was in you.

— Joel Osteen

After the storm, comes a rainbow

GOD DOES NOT BURDEN A SOUL BEYOND THAT IT CAN BEAR.

— Quran (2:286)

It is important to understand that every hardship that we face in life is a test from God. It is a test of patience, devotion and trust in God. God does not burden anyone with any trouble in which they are unable, physically or mentally, to bear. This means that regardless of the situation, God is choosing to test you with that challenge because He knows that you can get through it: that you are strong enough. So trust in that, trust in that strength that God gave you. Because after the storm, comes a rainbow.

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