“Motivation is a Genuine Language”

At times we are afraid for several reasons to get something started. We either delay or we permanently erase it from our “control panels”. We may think it is not the perfect time, we may say to ourselves, I need more time, I need to “become pretty”, I need more followers on my facebook, I need more likes on my social media to construct confidence, life is too busy, I am not a lawyer, I have no specialty and I could go on and on.

The crux of the matter is we have to be very careful of the rhetoric that we communicate to ourselves. Give your existence some life (vita) by putting your words into motion. You are your own best friend, and you would want your best friend to say awesome and beautiful things to you and about you. In essence, we need to watch our internal dialogues in order to make our first step by rising from the couch.

Published by SWWYH-Elizabeth Lewis

"Start with what you have" (SWWYH) created by Elizabeth Lewis who has been serving in the field of education for the past 12 years. She has served in Jamaica πŸ‡―πŸ‡² for 8 years and has also rendered her service in The Republic of China πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ in the last four years. As an international educator, she believes in authentically serving her populace, so that they continue to desire more. Through this desire of wanting more, lies her students who are quickly becoming apart of the global village while in the process of undergoing cognitive transformations. Elizabeth is spiritually grounded and she is a firm believer in postivity. She motivates and uplifts her friends, family, students, and just about anyone that crosses her path. She loves to read, travel, explore and enjoys a good laugh. She also believes in loving and taking care of the physical body that houses the soul.

17 thoughts on ““Motivation is a Genuine Language”

    1. Yes love! One just have to accept the fact that everyone’s spiritual journey is different! We have to stop wishing that we were someone else and start with what we have!

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  1. Internal dialogue that includes our Maker is especially powerful. One of my favorite scripture passages that never fails to encourage: “I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11). I’ve lived long enough to see God’s plans unfold in amazing ways, even through difficulty. But you’re right: we do have to rise from the couch and take the first step–with His help!

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