Today is the day you finally accept the good that has been waiting for you. Yes, You! Those loud roars of Don’ts and Can’ts you hear in your head, release them. They serve no purpose today.

The same as exercising our body for physical strength, it’s time we exercise our self-love starting with observing our self-talk for mental and spiritual strength.

What we say after “I am” is who we are. What we repeatedly say to ourselves, whether good or not so good, becomes validated because we shift every being of ourselves to prove that thought right. We begin to believe it’s true. Our words become our reality and our reality becomes our world.

Our world can go either way:

I am a fool. I am naive. I am weak. I am broken. I am wrong. I am overreacting. I am empty.

Everything shrinks, feel a bit colder and slowly crumbles down.


I am not a fool.

I am brave.

I am not naive.

I have a big heart.

I am not weak.

I am strong.

I am not broken.

I am healing.

I am not wrong.

I am learning.

I am not overreacting.

I am deserving.

I am not empty.

I am enough.

Everything grows, feels warmer and builds on acceptance.

Focus on your words alone and not of others. Your words become your world. That’s why it’s important, almost crucial, you choose words that heal and only speak the truth — your truth!

Happy Monday!

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  1. Reynan

    James 3:2-18
    2 Indeed, we all make many mistakes. For if we could control our tongues, we would be perfect and could also control ourselves in every other way.

    3 We can make a large horse go wherever we want by means of a small bit in its mouth. 4 And a small rudder makes a huge ship turn wherever the pilot chooses to go, even though the winds are strong. 5 In the same way, the tongue is a small thing that makes grand speeches.

    But a tiny spark can set a great forest on fire. 6 And among all the parts of the body, the tongue is a flame of fire. It is a whole world of wickedness, corrupting your entire body. It can set your whole life on fire, for it is set on fire by hell itself.[b]

    7 People can tame all kinds of animals, birds, reptiles, and fish, 8 but no one can tame the tongue. It is restless and evil, full of deadly poison. 9 Sometimes it praises our Lord and Father, and sometimes it curses those who have been made in the image of God. 10 And so blessing and cursing come pouring out of the same mouth. Surely, my brothers and sisters, this is not right! 11 Does a spring of water bubble out with both fresh water and bitter water? 12 Does a fig tree produce olives, or a grapevine produce figs? No, and you can’t draw fresh water from a salty spring.[c]
    True Wisdom Comes from God

    13 If you are wise and understand God’s ways, prove it by living an honorable life, doing good works with the humility that comes from wisdom. 14 But if you are bitterly jealous and there is selfish ambition in your heart, don’t cover up the truth with boasting and lying. 15 For jealousy and selfishness are not God’s kind of wisdom. Such things are earthly, unspiritual, and demonic. 16 For wherever there is jealousy and selfish ambition, there you will find disorder and evil of every kind.

    17 But the wisdom from above is first of all pure. It is also peace loving, gentle at all times, and willing to yield to others. It is full of mercy and the fruit of good deeds. It shows no favoritism and is always sincere. 18 And those who are peacemakers will plant seeds of peace and reap a harvest of righteousness.[d]


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