Saturday, November 7, 2015

Stand & Manifest

When I think about waking up, I think about the motion of getting out of bed. Some mornings that is harder than other mornings. Especially when you have a cozy husband like mine.

But the time comes, and it is time to rise up. I feel alive, this is a new day. I am on my feet, starting somewhere. A lot has been going on lately. I am about to leave a position at work, because it is not working out anymore, I am not happy there. It has been one of the hardest decisions I have had to make in quite some time. When I think about my life and the challenges I face, I feel sad to realize that other people around the world have it so much worse than I do. Some people *literally cannot get out of bed every morning on their own.

I can, and I need to. every day for as long as I can. I need to get out of bed in the morning for me. I need to get out of bed so I can work, learn, play, laugh, dance, have fun, give love, bake, cook, sing and run. I am so immensely grateful that I have the ability to do all of these things. I mentioned in my previous morning post that I have the opportunity to pray to my Heavenly Father and thank Him for all the wonderful things I can do, and the things that I have been blessed with. I have been starting my day off with a short and prayer in my heart that I know I can do all things through him, because he has given me so much.

Give thanks for it all

I liked the idea of writing down some sort of manifesto to read in the mornings. The challenge is to write something that is relevant to where you are right now. Say it to yourself for the next 21 days.Put it somewhere that you will see every morning.

What do I need to say in the morning to get me through the day?

What do I need to hear in the morning to get me through the day?

Write down an affirmation here

I want to be happy today and find ways to feel joy. I can reach my potential because I have a divine destiny.

read my morning series posts 

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