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Are You Brave Enough?

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You have to be brave to serve others. Are you brave enough to answer to your calling? When faced with the opinions and doubts of others, sometimes we waver in our calling. We tend to think we’re not the one to do what needs to be done; to make a difference in the life of another human being. It’s not easy being brave in the storm of critics, non believers, naysayers, haters and your own acts of self-sabotage.

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You know when you’re not embracing/using your gifts or living from your authentic truths and soul purpose. You can’t hide from the person you are meant to be. In this one physical life we have here on this one physical plane, we have to step up, be brave and accept God’s grace through his blessing us. Maya Angelou said we must be a rainbow in another person’s cloud. My mission is clear. I am a rainbow and I’m willing to use my gifts to help you rise up and walk into your purpose and possibility.

Time is wasting and you’re wasting time. Don’t worry or manifest the negatives that rear up to hinder you in your purpose. Acknowledge it, feel it and let it go… Be brave and return to the center where your true “self” abides; Reclaim your power and carry on with your assignment. Share your gifts. Be authentic in sharing your truths.

When you know who you are and whose you are, you will seek to serve others. Don’t allow your purpose to fester from the wounds of apathy, fear, and doubt. Start now, in some small way to use what the Good Lord gave you. Be brave, step up and do the work you’ve been called to do. Remember, you’re never alone on your journey to living and serving others from an authentic and favored life.

When you began to use your gifts to motivate, empower, educate and inspire others to be the best person they can ever hope to become, you will be blessed exponentially!

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Treat yourself special!

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4 thoughts on “Are You Brave Enough?”

  1. No, I’m not being brave which is why I’m not further ahead on my journey and I’m really getting frustrated because I’m not doing what I’m supposed to. Arrggh!!!!

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  2. Great, You know already know that you’re not being brave. The next step is to find out why, get over it or work through it and get back on track to doing your purpose work!

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  3. Thank you for this post, Clara. I never feel brave enough. And then the news comes on and another child is abused, another person is the victim of domestic violence, and I push down the critic, the fear of possible consequences for speaking up. I credit people like you for holding up some of us who aren’t quite brave enough–until we can stand fully on our own. ♥

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  4. Mandy, thanks for sharing your truths. You are not alone! Many times I’ve berated myself for the missed opportunity of stepping up or speaking out, or standing in alliance with others fighting against an injustice. I’ve faltered from lack of courage, as I think every human being has, at some point in their lives.

    Paulo Coelho, author of The Alchemist tells us to always listen to our hearts, even when it scares us.

    Continue to use your voice and share your experiences as a resource and as a means of support, whenever the need arises. We’re all taking our service to others one step at a time.

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