Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Music:|| Ability Joe - Praise || @AbilityJoe

 I Released this song PRAISE in gratitude to all God has done for me.

Speaking on the song:

"Giving  God the  glory no matter what  You are facing
Witnessing a magnificent fireworks display, hearing a stunning symphony, or seeing a glorious sunset can evoke a response of praise.

But often, it's easier to praise a sunset than the creator of the sunset. In the same way, the difficulties of life often cloud our vision and keep us from praising God.

What can we do to restore a heart - attitude of praise? After all I've seen in my 26 years of being alive, I've come to the conclusion "though prayer is fast, praise is faster"

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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Article:|| Learning Is A Good Thing

Some of the best lessons I’ve learned were when I was on the ground looking up. Something put me on my butt, and it was up to me as to what to do with the event. I could stay on the ground and flounder in the emotion that put me there, or I could stand up, brush myself off, assess the situation, and learn from it. Here are a few of my favorite lessons.
1. There are things that happen in my life that I just cannot fix. Learning to accept them leads to better things in the future.
2. Kindness is a mindset that changes the world.
3. Inspiration is all around me if I just pay attention.
4. Money does not make the world go round.
5. You can’t save everyone. Some do not want to be saved.
6. I am responsible for my actions.
7. Listening is an acquired skill.
8. Bad things happen. That’s just part of life.
9. I learn more from listening than I do talking.
10. Seldom if ever has shutting my mouth off before thinking resulted in a positive outcome.
11. Intuition is one of the best tools I have in my tool kit of life. If something feels right, it typically is right. If something feels wrongs, it most likely is wrong.
12. Sometimes bad things just happen; however, the reaction and response is all mine.
13. Changing my thinking has definitely changed my life.
Have anything to add to the list? Use the comment section, I'd be rewarding exceptional additions in my own little way.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Article:|| Keys to Powerful Living: Praise


Witnessing a magnificent fireworks display, hearing a stunning symphony, or seeing a glorious sunset can evoke a response of praise.

But often, it's easier to praise a sunset than the Creator of the sunset. In that same way, the difficulties of life often cloud our vision and keep us from praising God. What can we do to restore a heart-attitude of praise?
Praise, according to the Scriptures, is an act of our will that flows out of an awe and reverence for our Creator. Praise gives glory to God and opens us up to a deeper union with Him. It turns our attention off of our problems and on the nature and character of God Himself.
As we focus our minds on God and proclaim His goodness, we reflect His glory back to Him. The results can fill you with peace and contentment ( Isaiah 26:3) and transform your outlook on life.
Very simple, we praise God because He is worthy of our praise ( 1 Chron. 16:25; Rev. 5:11-14). He is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End, the King of kings and Lord of lords. He is our Creator, Provider, Healer, Redeemer, Judge, Defender and much more.
Another foundational reason to praise God is simply obedience. The Bible says God is a "jealous" God who demands and desires our praise. "You shall have no other gods before Me," says the first commandment ( Deut. 6:7). As the psalmist said, "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord" ( Psalm 150:6).As the psalmist said, "Let everything that has breath praise the Lord" ( Psalm 150:6).
As we praise God, we will discover incredible benefits for our lives. That's because human beings were created by God to praise Him ( Isa. 43:7Matt. 21:16). Due to man's original sin, however, this relationship was disrupted. Praising God helps restore us to that right relationship, for God actually dwells in the praises of His people ( Psalm 22:3). As we draw near to the Father in praise, He draws near to us ( James 4:8).
Praise is also our ultimate destiny. When the Lord Jesus Christ returns again to earth, all creation -- including prideful mankind -- will recognize His glory and praise Him ( Phil. 2:9-11).
God also gives us assurances of additional blessings as we praise Him. When we praise God, He honors us as His children, and provides His loving protection ( 2 Sam. 22:47-51). Failure to praise God, however, leaves us out of fellowship with God and out of His divine protection ( 1 Samuel 2:27-32).Our praise can also serve as a powerful witness to those who do not know the Lord ( 1 Peter 2:9). Also, God can work miraculously through our praises. The ancient walls of Jericho came crashing down, giving victory to God's people, as a result of shouts of praise ( Joshua 6:1-21). The prison doors shook open when Paul and Silas praised God ( Acts 16:25-26).
Praise is both important and powerful. So why is it so difficult at times to praise God? The Bible explains that, even with the power of the indwelling Jesus, our hearts are still "more deceitful that all else" ( Jer. 17:9). We sometimes forget that we are always dependent on God to live victoriously in this life.Satan therefore tries to persuade us that we will eventually reach a point where we can "do it ourselves." The Scriptures are clear that Satan "prowls about like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour" ( 1 Peter 5:8).
Disguised as an "angel of light," the devil and his host seek subtly to subvert the praises the children of God owe to their heavenly Father.God, however, has given us grace in times of need, provided we humble ourselves ( Matt. 23:12James 4:5-10). Praising God allows us to defeat the strategies of the enemy. As God's adopted children, we no longer have to remain slaves to sin ( Gal. 4:6-7). We have a powerful spiritual weapon in praise, and it is guaranteed to be effective ( II Cor. 10:4-5).
It is vitally important to live in an attitude of praise toward God. But what can you do if you are having difficulty maintaining a life filled with praise?
1. Commit your life to Christ. First, be absolutely sure that you have placed your complete faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of your life. The Bible says that "if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved" ( Rom. 10:9). The life of praise begins here, with the confession of your mouth that "Jesus is Lord."
2. Confess sin and repent. Sin, including prideful self-reliance, separates us from God and from His love and protection. But we have the assurance of forgiveness if we come to Him in repentance ( 1 John 1:9). Confess any known sin and ask God to search your heart. Then, receive His forgiveness.
3. Praise God anyway! Despite your present feelings, it is important to offer praise to God, what Hebrews 13:15 calls a sacrifice" of praise. Despite our feelings or circumstances, God often asks us to take the first step, especially when He is trying to help us grow in our faith ( James 1:2-4).
4. Join together with other believers. Sharing your struggles with another brother or sister in Christ is not only good idea ( Ecc. 4:9-10), it is commanded ( James 5:16). Uniting with other believers in regular worship is also a key to being able to praise God ( Heb. 10:24-25).
Are you living a life filled with praise for God? If not, take a few moments to examine your life and your relationship with Jesus. If you have not made Him Lord of your life, start there. Then, confess any known sin and receive His forgiveness. Ask Him to renew you and refresh your spirit.
"Lord, You have made me and You love me. Forgive me for failing to give You the praise which You deserve. I confess my need of You in all things. I desire to walk in joy and praise. Release me now into a deeper understanding of who You are, so that I may truly praise You. I ask all this in Jesus' name. Amen."
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Monday, June 26, 2017

Article:|| The Power Of 'I Am' + How To Harness It.

It's probably not news to you that the words you use have a big impact on how you perceive the world (and how you feel about the world and yourself), but today I want to focus on two of the most powerful words in the world: I am.

 Every time you think or say, "I am" or "I'm not," you're defining yourself. We, as humans, love defining things. The world is a pretty crazy place, and knowing what we are helps us cope with the chaos. But, while definitions have the power to clarify, they also have the power to limit. This is especially true when it comes to the words I am. Because these two words are so powerful, it's important to use them carefully. 

I've discovered that, in order to make the most of them, to use them for clarity and not as a crutch, we have to make sure we're being very conscious and purposeful in how and when we use them. It's a process that takes practice, because it it involves a bit of complex duality: using I am for what's unconditional and avoiding I am for what's conditional. Why is this important? Because what follows I am is powerful and creates your reality. If I am isn't used carefully, it can become a very chicken-or-the-egg situation, in which is becomes difficult to differentiate what you actually are versus what you've continually said you are.

 To avoid this, I recommend keeping these two things in mind: 

With the words “I am,” you define yourself to the world, and, when used honestly, offer a valuable definition of who you are. Consider the truth of the words, “I am a [mother / brother / friend / coworker / etc.].” There is no doubting that you're one of those things. A statement like “I am a mother” is a fact, and not something that only applies sometimes.

 As Alexandra Franzen put it, people say, “‘I am a mother,’ not ‘I do mothering’ or ‘My goal is to do mothering seven days a week.’ Who you are is not something you try to do." When used in this way, I am is a definitive and concrete definition of yourself, but defining yourself in relation to family is an easy one. 

Most of us have no problem being 100% clear on that. The waters get a little murkier when it comes to other I am-worthy statements. For example, when someone asks me what I do for a living, sometimes, instead of stating, “I am a writer/ I am a singer ” I might hedge the statement with, “I write about positivity and self-love. / I sing about God's love” At first glance, they seem to convey the same message, but not using I am part makes it less definitive and concrete. Not using I am for things that are unconditionally true lessens the validity of how you identify yourself, and that's not the message you want to send to the world (or yourself!). 

Getting the hang of fearlessly using I am can be a challenge, depending on how you usually speak about yourself, but you can practice by thinking about how you'd answer the following questions:

  •  What do you do / study? I AM (your career or major) 
  • What is your relationship status? I AM (single / married / coupled / etc.) 
  • Are you an only child? I AM (an only child / sister / brother) 
  •  What do you like to do for fun? I AM (a runner / artist / party animal / etc. ) 

 Even if the answers aren't what you want them to be — let’s say you’re single and you want to be married or you’re a contractor but you want to be a full-time employee — it's important to use I am to embrace what's true in this moment. A vital aspect of self-love is acceptance. You don’t have to be in love with the way things are at the moment, but you should always love who you are because it’s exactly where you’re supposed to be right now. Using I am for the unconditional aspects of your life is more powerful than you might realize. Not only does it convey who you are to those asking, but it reaffirms these facts internally, making it easier to know definitively who you are. The more awareness you have about yourself, the more you can expand the aspects you like and work on the ones you don't.

 While it's important to use I am to clearly define what you are instead of hedging a description of yourself (i.e., "I'm a writer" vs. "I write about..."), but it’s just as important not to use I am in statements that are conditional. Most of us use I am in ways that aren't 100% accurate. A statement might refer to part of who you are — for example, “I am impatient” is really “Sometimes I struggle to have patience” — or it might be completely untrue — such looking in the mirror, noticing you want to lose a few pounds, and saying, “I am fat" when you're not actually overweight. Rather than really thinking about what we are saying, we’re often quick to use I am, labeling ourselves in an (often unproductive) attempt at self-definition. To give you a more personal example, here are some of the things I’ve said about myself: “I am antisocial. I am bossy. I am aggressive. I am selfish.” While, at some points in my life, I have experienced these characteristics, by choosing them as labels for myself, I am embracing and accepting them as universal definitions of who I am. These phrases are not absolute truths. Yes, there are times when I act in a bossy manner, but when I say, "I am bossy," I identify with "bossy" as universal trait, rather than a conditional aspect that I can (and perhaps should!) change. 

 The more times you say, “I am [insert adjective here],” the more you’ll start to identify with that trait. Sometimes this can be a wonderful thing, such as when you say, “I am brave. I am strong. I am beautiful,” but more often than not, we find ourselves stating things like, “I am overweight. I am unhealthy. I am unhappy.” Though there might be some truth in those statements, identifying with them as who you are — rather than a state you’re in — can make it challenging to truly love yourself. It might seem silly to nitpick at words this way, but there's a difference between saying "I am unhappy," and "I feel unhappy right now," and, small as the words I am are, they end up having a big impact on your perception.
Whether you're learning to use the words I am more frequently or learning not to use them so often (or both!), keep in mind that how you define yourself is what you become. You cannot control everything in life, but your words are incredibly powerful and you have the power to use them in ways that increase the amount of self-love in your life.

I definitely won't end this article without quickly sighting this "I Am God's Own".. If this article has blessed you share with friends and leave a comment. God bless you mightly. 

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Article:|| To Value It, Invest In It

It's a known fact to man that for you to value something, you must invest in it. Therefore, invest in your life that you may value it. You are at school and want to value your education? Invest in it. To value your future, invest in it. For whatever you invest in, you'll treasure and hold in high regards. He who wastes his life hasn't really invested much in it. Those who don't take their studies seriously haven't made sufficient investment in their studies. It's very common to find people drinking the whole day and failing to fulfill their responsibilities in life, such people haven't really invested a lot in their lives. They therefore don’t value their lives. Invest in your family that you may treasure it. Invest in your parents, children, relatives, friends, etc, but most importantly, invest in yourself. Add value to yourself everyday. That way, you will make yourself valuable to the world. Don't waste your life as if you just borrowed it from someone. No body should treasure your life more than you.

The world is very unforgiving to those who don't value their lives. Create demand for yourself by investing in your life; when you do that, you will become so good in a niche that people can't and won’t ignore you in it. It's just a matter of choice. You can choose to be different and make a difference with your life. Don't just follow the crowd, rather stand out if it. You aren't meant to follow the crowd but to set yourself apart that the world may count on you. Make that choice and live it. Value your life. Don't waste it. Don't bring into your life whatever destroys it. The world over, a lot of people are dying just because they allowed into their lives what is destructive. For example countless people today are succumbing to Lung cancer which they got through smoking. Numerous examples can be cited here.

It's your responsibility to invest in your life, to be watchful over it and protect it. Don't let others influence you to make decisions and do things that ruin your life, be in charge of your life. If your friends decide for you, then you aren't fully in charge of your life. You have handed it over to them such that they choose whatever they want to do with it and carry on to do it. Choose to be different. Do something that makes you a better person everyday. Let the world see the value you are adding to your life. You will be admired and honored for that. The best investment you can ever make is investment in yourself.

Read books, attend seminars, conferences, prayer meetings, fellowships, etc and acquire knowledge and skills, to discover, build and develop yourself. Some people are meant to be the leaders of tomorrow, others teachers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc but that will not happen if they waste their lives today. Remember wasting life is simultaneous with wasting opportunities. If you waste your life, you might miss the opportunity to become that person you're meant to become. You were created not just to pass through the earth but to bring something into it, to positively transform it, to subdue it, to make a difference somewhere, somehow, with your gifts, talents, abilities and potential. Don’t hold back anything.

You may waste your life once but end up crying for the rest of your life. Don't go for what you don't need at a particular time. If you venture into whatever you don’t need at any particular time, the end results will always be disastrous.

If you are a student, be fully a student; don't chase anything else other than books. You can’t do many things at the same time and excel equally in all of them. Jesus sums it up beautifully in the scriptures in Mathew 6:24 "No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other…” If you are a teacher, give yourself to the teaching and building of people and consequently shaping their future. Be their fountain of knowledge. A doctor should wholeheartedly concentrate on saving the lives of patients, restoring their hopes and putting smiles on their faces even amidst their excruciating situations. A christian should focus on preaching the gospel and winning the lost in all ways. He/she should sacrifice everything including his dear life, if required, for the sake of the gospel.

However, all these will happen only and only when you invest in yourself first. You have limited time on earth, but if you use it well, you can leave a mark, a legacy on earth that can never be erased from history. In the Bible, in the book of Job 1:3, it's said, “…(Job) was the greatest man among all the people of the East”. Job invested in himself and clearly stood out of the crowd. There shall always be a man among men. This is the man who has invested most in his life. Be that man. You will clearly stand out of the crowd. By investing in yourself, you will be the man among men, student among students, teacher among teachers, preacher among preachers, doctor among doctors, engineer among engineers, pastor among pastors, father among fathers, mother among mothers, child among children, Christian among Christians etc. It's just a matter of choice and you have the power to make that choice. In life, people can always show you the way or even walk with you but they can never walk for you. You know why? Because it's your responsibility to walk for yourself. Invest in your life that you may treasure and value it. Make yourself valuable to the world.

Thanks for reading this article. If you have learnt something from it and feel blessed, then please share it with others and leave a comment. God bless you mightily

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Download Music:|| Segun Sax - Agidigba Sax Cover (Kida's Version)

Today I came in contact with this young and talented Saxophonist.. 
Segun Sax is a Nigeria saxophonist, Born in the city Ondo, Ondo state, Nigeria. He has since become a praise and worship leader at Triumphant Evangelical Church at his early age. Praising God is What he love most, because, that is one of the main reason for being created.
He performs in various genre of music and has been featured by the likes of Kay breezy in a song titled" Timeless love". He is a member of FOGMMON Ondo State Chapter. Segun Sax is also a member of 120Trumpeter BLT.

Social Media:
IG: Adeniyisegungbenga
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Monday, June 12, 2017

Article:|| How to Stay Positive: 11 Smart Habits To Cultivate

“Having a positive mental attitude is asking how something can be done rather than saying it can’t be done.”   Bo Bennett.

“To avoid situations in which you might make mistakes may be the biggest mistake of all.”
Peter McWilliams

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
Anais Nin

One of the very first things I started to work on consciously with my own personal development was to improve my outlook on life.
It was over 10 years ago that I started to delve into this topic and to step by step – and while sometimes tumbling backwards – build a more optimistic outlook.

An attitude that would over time become more and more stable so that I could not only look at the world in a positive way during good days. But also so I could stay positive and constructive even during tough times and keep working towards something better.
In this article I’d like to share 11 of the best, smartest and most effective habits for doing so that I have learned during over more than a decade.

I hope you will find something helpful here.

1. Find the optimistic viewpoint in a negative situation.
One of the simplest but most effective ways to build a more positive outlook has in my experience been to ask more helpful questions as often as possible.
When I am in what seems like a negative situation – maybe I have made a mistakes, I have failed or stumbled in some kind of way – then I like to ask myself questions like:
  • What is one thing that is positive or good about this situation?
  • What is one opportunity within this situation?
Doing so is a whole lot better than what I used to do in such situations. Because back then I usually asked myself how much I sucked and how things could get even worse now.
I do however not always use these questions right away. Oftentimes I need a bit of time to process the thoughts and feelings that arise in situation before I can do that. Trying to force optimistic thinking when you are still in an emotional turmoil or a bit shocked usually don’t work that well.
2. Cultivate and live in a positive environment.
Who you choose to spend your time with and the input you get from further away like the TV, the internet and magazines will have a huge effect on your outlook.

To be able to stay positive it is essential to have influences in your life that support you and lift you up instead of dragging you down.
So carefully consider what you let into your mind.
You can for example ask yourself:
  • Who are the 3 most negative people I spend time with?
  • What are the 3 of most negative sources of information I spend time on?
Consider the answers. Then think about how you can start spending less time with one of those people or information sources this week.
And how you can spend more of the time you have now freed up with one of the most positive sources or people in your life.
3. Go slowly.
I have found that when I go too fast, when I try to think, talk, eat and move around in my world really quickly then things don’t go too well.
Stress builds up. Negative thoughts about just about anything start to well up and I feel like my own personal power decreases.
But if I slow down just for a few minutes – even if I have to force it by walking, talking and eating slower – then my mind and body calms down too. It becomes easier to think things through clearly again and easier to find the optimistic and constructive perspective.
4. Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill.
It’s very easy to lose perspective, especially if you are stressed and you are going too fast.
And so a molehill can become a big and terrifying mountain in your mind.
A simple three step way to handle these situations so they don’t get out of hand is to:
  • Say stop. In your mind, shout “STOP!” or “NOPE, we are not going down that path again!” as soon as thoughts of this kind starts to spin in your head.
  • Breathe. After you have disrupted the thoughts by shouting stop sit down and just be still. Breathe with your belly and focus on just your in-breaths and out-breaths for a minute or two to calm your mind and body down.
  • Refocus. Question your mountain building thoughts by talking to someone close to you and getting a more grounded perspective on the situation by just venting or by getting his or her input. Or simply ask yourself this to widen your perspective and to chill out: Will this matter in 5 years? Or even 5 weeks?

5. Don’t let vague fears hold you back from doing what you want.
Sometimes you may want to take a chance in life. Start a new habit that feels unfamiliar, your own business on the side or ask someone out for a date.
A common trap when you want to do one of those things is to get lost in vague fears about what could happen if you actually took action.
And so the mind runs wild fueled by fear and it creates nightmare scenarios.
I know. I have been there many times.
So I have learned to ask myself this: honestly, what is the worst that could happen?
When I have figured that out I also spend a bit of time on trying to figure out what I could do if that that often pretty unlikely thing happens.
I have over the years discovered that the worst thing that could realistically happen is usually not as scary as the nightmare my fear-fueled mind could produce.
Finding clarity in this way doesn’t take much time or effort and it can help you to avoid much mind made suffering. And help you to get going, step outside of your comfort zone and take that chance.
6. Add value and positivity to someone else’s life.
What you send out you tend to get back from the world and the people in it.
Not from everyone. And not every time.
But what you send out there matters a whole lot.
What you give them and how you treat them is what you’ll get back. And they way you treat others and how you think of them also tend to have a big effect on how you treat and think about yourself.
So give value and spread the positivity by for example:
  • Helping out. Lend a hand when moving. Give a friend a ride in your car. Or if he or she needs information then help out by checking it up on Google or asking a friend of yours.
  • Just listening. Sometimes people don’t want any direct help. They just want someone to be there fully and listening as they vent for a little while.
  • Boosting the mood. Smile. Give hugs when appropriate. Play uplifting music when hanging out with a friend or suggest an inspiring movie for your movie night. Or encourage when someone has had a bad day or are going through a tough time.
7. Exercise regularly and eat and sleep well.
This is very obvious of course.
But I know the big, big impact a good night’s sleep or good workout can have when my thoughts are pessimistic and I have a lot of tensions on the inside.
And I know how much simpler it is to think clearly and optimistically when my belly is not empty.
So I highly recommend being careful about these basic habits that may sound boring. Because they do have a huge effect either way depending on how you manage them.
8. Learn to take criticism in a healthy way.
One of the most common fears is the fear of criticism. It can hold people back from doing what they want in life. Because having negativity flowing out of someone’s mouth or email and it being about you can hurt. And being rejected can sting quite a bit.
But if you want to take action on what you deep down want then criticism is pretty much unavoidable. So the key is learning to handle it in a healthier way. By doing so your fear of it will lessen and it will hurt less if you do get criticized.
I usually use four steps when I get some criticism. Maybe they can help you out too:
  • Step 1: Don’t reply right away. When you are angry, upset or riled up then is time to calm down a bit before you reply. Take at least a couple of deep breaths or a little time to process the message before you respond.
  • Step 2: Really listen to the criticism. Try to remain open and level-headed and figure out how this message can help you. Ask yourself: Is there one thing I can learn from this criticism? Is there something here that I may not want to hear but could help me?
  • Step 3: Remember that the criticism isn’t always about you. Some criticism is helpful. Some is simply attacks or someone lashing out because they are having bad day, year or job. To lessen the sting of such criticism – often really angry or overly critical in an unconstructive way – I try to be understanding. I think to myself that this person might not be feeling so good at the moment.
  • Step 4: Reply or let go. No matter the content of for example an email I try to keep my reply level-headed and kind. I may add a question or two to get more specific feedback that is helpful. And if they don’t reply or I have simply gotten a nasty attack then it is time to delete it and to let that situation go.
9. If something still gets under your skin then know what to do.
Sometimes something can still get under your skin and hurt you. Even if you use the steps above.
Two things that have helped me with that challenge are:
  • Let it out. Just letting that issue out into the light talking it over with someone close can be very helpful to see it for what it actually is. And to find a healthier perspective on the situation.
  • Improve your self-esteem. I have found over the years that with a stronger self-esteem things drag me down less and they don’t ruin my day as much anymore. Negativity from others  bounces off me much more often instead. If you want to practical help with this then have a look at my 12-week, step-by-step Self-Esteem Course.
10. Start your day in a positive way.
How you start your day usually sets the tone for the rest of your day.
So be careful about how you spend your mornings. If you get going at full speed, lost in future troubles in your mind then the stress, perceived loss of power of over your life and negative thoughts will ramp up quickly.
If you on the other hand start your day by moving slowly, by having an uplifting conversation with your family or friend or you spend some time with reading or listening to inspiring and helpful articles or podcasts over breakfast or during your bus ride to work then that can make a big difference for how your whole day will go.
11. Mindfully move through your day.
When you spend your time in the present moment then it becomes so much easier to access positive emotions and to stay practical about what you can actually do about something in your life.
When you get lost in the past or future like so many of us have spent a lot of time on doing then worries very easily become bigger. And failures and mistakes from the past being replayed over and over in your mind drag you down into pessimism.
By moving slowly through your morning and hopefully through much of the rest of your day it becomes easier to mindfully stay in the moment you are in.
Another simple way to reconnect with the moment in you are in and to put your full attention there again is to focus just on what is going on around you right now for a minute or two with all your senses. See it. Hear it. Smell it. Feel the sun, rain or cold wind on your skin.
It might sound like a small and insignificant thing to do. But this simplifying reconnection with the moment can have a very positive effect on the rest of your day.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Article:|| Patience And God's intention | @Abilityjoe

The best and most amazing thing about life is that no matter what happens or how hard it may get, or how useless you feel, stay patient.
All you need to focus on is doing good even if it maybe the smallest thing like greeting someone with a smile it goes a long way, it can brighten up anyone's day, and you will have made the smallest yet biggest difference to someone's life they may carry on smiling because of you and spread peace and love and it all started with you!
I learned patience the hard way, I have been trying to rush through life rapidly, always comparing myself to my friends and family and wondering when my life would change I was too busy trying to speed things up but things just weren't moving, I finally gave up, but when I did I just continued to help people making people smile. Doing the  little I can each day to make a difference. Life repays you back. Well I believe God does look after us,  he looks after us no matter what.  Just carry on doing good, spread love and peace and God will take care of you. Keep your intentions sincere no matter how unjust people are towards you, I believe you will be successful, everything has a timing and yours is definitely coming, you just need to wait a little longer.
I did and I finally met someone worth it all, so kind and sweet,  so thoughtful,  always trying to surprise me in the most unexpected ways and everyday is something bigger and better and that feeling is amazing. Then you'd  realise it's because of all the good you kept doing in your life.
Even if it means you been doing bad things up until now you can change it all and make it all better, and believe me it always gets better. It's not easy but it will, I know because I have been struggling with it all and I finally feel better and I want to help many people feel great and amazing.
God bless you and may happiness never elude you. #istandwithjesus #GodsGeneral #HeCan #sonofGod #Legacy #Royalty #Godpikin