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Mirror Mirror


When you learn to accept the person you see in the mirror. When you learn to see your beauty beyond all of the doubt, fear, self hate, insecurity, and past mistakes. When you learn to like and even love the person you see…

You will no longer have a need to be accepted by everyone else. You will no longer have a need to spend all of your money trying to buy beauty nor happiness. You will no longer be vulnerable to everyone’s negative perceptions of you nor susceptible to all of the false advertisement and BS telling you that you would be better off if you bought this product, if you made X amount of money, if you had such and such career title, if you lived in this house, or drove that car…

No, if you learn to love the person you see you will simply radiate everywhere you go. You will repel all of the BS trying to put it’s hands on you and pull you down. You would feel like a King or a Queen in every situation in life, up or down…

You would be in control of how you lived your life, and they will hate you for your confidence…

…and you know what?  You won’t care because you’ll look in the mirror and say I’m Beautiful, I love myself, I love the way God made me, I am the Sun… ~ Sean King


What Have I Learned (Monday Morning Thoughts)

Planking? Hell naw, this is called fathering... You should try it..

Planking? Hell naw, this is called fathering… You should try it..

I used to be motivated by hate, but my success always left me feeling slightly unfulfilled and I always fell short of my real purpose.

I used to be driven by those who doubted me, but I realized that for everything I was able to achieve I only did the things that other people didn’t believe I could do, not what I was sent here to do.

I used to pushed by fear, until I understood that being afraid of the consequences of not doing something is not a real reason to act, and acting on that fear does not reflect a hear’s true desire.

I used to seek out personal accomplishment and prestige, until I figured out that the pedestal that man has built for us to stand on sits on a shaky foundation, and man’s accolades can never satiate our soul.

What have I learned? That soulful fulfillment requires us to be pushed by something greater than hate, doubt, fear, or ego. That when you find your true purpose, the journey of walking the path is fulfilling even if you never reach your destination. That when you’re living your dream, even your failures feel better than the success you achieved as a result of those other motivators. That when you have a genuine purpose, you have more of a desire to focus on how and less time to focus on why. That when you include love in everything you do, happiness becomes as natural to you as breathing.

One Reason


You can find a gazillion different reasons to be angry, irritated, sad, offended, or put off. I encourage you to find ONE reason to smile, to be happy, to be thankful (and act like it), and to love… When you find that ONE reason, hold on to it like your life depended on it, because it does… and every time you start looking at those gazillion reasons to allow negativity to seep into your life, look back at that ONE reason, smile, and then say, “You almost got me that time devil.”