Grace is finding you in the midst of losing favor and then realizing that -that was the win.

Grace is Perception

Grace is a form of kindness turned inside out. From the perspective that It is the willingness to see yourselves and others differently. Developing a willingness to change your perspective or understanding of a negative or positive experience consists of evolving over time. Because grace is continual. And once a person understands its conception you’re able to issue it unconsciously.

Grace is Change

Change is a result of embracing imperfections and yet at the same time appreciating personal limitations. Finding love for who you are authentically is tolerating the intolerable. Overcoming the unimaginable. And choosing to be different even at the experience of others. Sometimes, you will find out who you truly are when you are faced with change. While at the same time losing pieces of yourselves to become the benefactor of your own destiny. You see I believe that once one slowly gives pieces of themselves unnecessarily or unconsciously away for what we think is the greater good. You lose the essence of who you are.

Grace is Loss

Life will present moments where you have to become something different to survive. And that very difference is going to seem as if you have hit rock bottom. It will come with its own set of challenges such as a pain that is so severe that you lose your ability to see the light at the end of the tunnel but please become sorry. sorry for losing who you were when you thought that you were being selfless. Sorry for losing your sense of direction and purpose. Sorry for lowering your standards in situations in which you mistook for a generic version of kindness, love, and respect as self-value. Grace is finding you in the midst of losing favor and then realizing that -that was the win.

Here is your empowerment quote for today by ― Amy E. Spiegel, Author of Letting Go of Perfect: Women, Expectations, and Authenticity, and who once said, “Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.” Thank you for listening today. Have a great week, and I will see you right here next time for your next Fabulous Saturday Facebook/Instagram live empowerment session with me, Ms. Lisa Nobles, Founder and President of EWOFP. Remember to like and share this video together. We are creating an empowerment movement.


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