Author: Clara Brown

The Past Has Passed: So, Leave It Where It Belongs!

“The past is never where you think you left it.”― Katherine Anne Porter   Living from a place of ‘might have been’, will distract you and you will miss out on ‘what could have been’. Our history has the power to steal our passion and present. It can prevent us from embracing God’s purpose that he … Read More

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Tap Into The Attitude Of Gratitude In Three Simple Steps

Tap – what does that really mean? One of the definitions offered is “Tap – to strike lightly especially with a slight sound.” One could therefore understand that gratitude is not something you have to pound on the doors in order to access. A slight and intentional tap will do. Cultivating Gratitude “Gratitude brings light … Read More

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Waiting Wisely: We Can Share The Secret Of How-To

Waiting Wisely. Wisely Waiting. Sounds simple but might be much harder to do. See, to me, life is forever a waiting game. At some point or the other, we have to wait for a result or wait to see how things play out. Waiting Without Worry This can be nerve-wracking, leaving us anxious for a … Read More

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God’s Gifts: Recognizing Them And Letting Go The Past

“God’s greatest blessing; gift of children.”― Lailah Gifty Akita We all have things that we grapple or struggle with at some point in our lives. Things that have us asking “Why me?” or “Why not me?” God’s Unique Gifts To Each Of Us The truth is no matter how perfect someone’s life appears, they have their … Read More

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Throw Out The Old And Make Room For The New

“Throw away thy rod, throw away thy wrath; O my God, take the gentle path.” ― George Herbert Throwing out old things is sometimes very hard to do. This is because as human beings, we tend to become emotionally attached. However, to make room for the new, we must be willing to let go of some … Read More

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Life Is Like Going Through Labour Pains Daily

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” ― Albert Einstein I visited my OBGYN the weekend before my second son was born. It was a random visit because I noticed that his movements were a little less than usual. Out of an abundance of caution, I visited him and … Read More

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