Mission Driven Heart

I have a heart for loving. Nonprofits, Mother Teresa, Refresh, Oprah, Ellen, Martin Luther King Jr. and on and on and on the list can go of those that have influenced and/or touched my hearts. Oprah actually mentioned that as a young adult she had opened her hand and said to the Lord, Use me. I just loved that! And that is the point I stand in my life right now. Use me, Lord.

At the same time I have had to learn to use my over active mind in a very structured way for many many many years. It was not until recently when I was reading Harv Eker and it pointed out the mindset of BOTH. Having the ability to solve problems and develop the chance to have your cake and eat it. Usually that is perceived to be around a negative connotation right up there with “Grass is always greener”. But he had a point that I could not shake.

I am an INFJ, a rare personality type according to the Myers Briggs psychological test, I have lived through many many varying experiences in one life time, and I have the heart to help others. This pretty much means. I am passion and driven to help a lot of people. Narrowing down my passions has been a struggle for years and I know it is why I have never been full contempt in any one job. I love it, I excel at it, and I work hard. Nevertheless, I always get restless. I want to do more.

I get that focus is a word I am really honing in on, but I am learning that for me, I can hone in on a few things very deeply. This fulfills a need in my soul to challenged, engaged, and of course, helping more people!

Crazy stuff, I know! If you’ve gotten this far I bet you are thinking, why this gal is way to into herself. But that is not it! I wrote this to expand why my why is big and my projects multiple.

In the words of Dr. Mike ” Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.”

Moving forward I cannot wait to see where in the Universe I will go and would love nothing more to have you along side with me!

Look forward to up and new content! I cannot wait!

I Knew You Were Trouble

Yes you, I am talk about you. Haha Na I’m joking. But in deep thought this evening the song popped in my head. Now I wouldn’t necessarily select Taylor Swift as a profound evening of deep thought, but learned along time ago to go with my brains thought processes lol

In the song, a young girl follows down this rabbit hole of bad choices following the wild and crazy life of a narcissistic party guy who brings her down and gets her into troubled situations. Nevertheless there is a deep thought through the pop music and sweet girlish voice. . . Loosing yourself in pursuit of feelings.

Have you ever lost yourself to the world? Fear? Shame? Doubt? Wild abandonment? Pursuit of what you thought to be love? I have. The trouble tale for another time. But today let’s lean into the idea of 2018 beginning a refocus and reacceptance of who we are as a person. Settling into our imperfections and rekindling the dreams and passion we hold most dear in our hearts. Maybe you’re not meant to be the next pop star or travel the whole world with six kids in tote. However, maybe traveling outside of our routine for a change and chance to meet new people and spend time with your kids in a new way. Maybe singing locally to support a good cause or at your church to lead others in profound worship. Drawing for the love of it. Dancing with reckless abandonment on a beach barefoot with only the sings in your heart because you can! The beautiful thing about youth is the passion.

Take a moment today yo reflect, pray, and rekindle the passions in your heart. Yet instead of walking into the next situation of trouble use your wisdom and experience to gauge those passions to healthier life choices that light your soul on fire!

God made you unique and placed the desires in your heart.

Troubled

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