You are Capable.

Self help books could cover everyone's book shelves, but they will not be worth anything if we do not cover one another in love. This year, it has been so evident to me that love drives out fear. Surround yourself with those who love on you more and those who tell you how much you are really worth. With any dream, aspiration, or goal it comes down to two possible situations, it either happens or it does not.

Those we surround ourselves with play a huge role on what we accomplish. If anyone has ever told you that you are not capable of accomplishing something you are passionate about, know that they are absolutely wrong. I am telling you right now that if there is something you want to accomplish, YOU can do it. Even when you are afraid and things seem beyond your reach, you are capable. Could you imagine what society could be capable of if we supported one another a little more? I picture it as a much brighter place. 

Colossians 2:2 states, " My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that  they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ.." Now is the time to be united in love, surround yourself in love and do not be afraid to conquer your goals. 

Thank the Lord, I grew up in a household where I was told my dreams were in reach. Even then, there were still some who told me that things would be too difficult to accomplish, and I let those words get into my head. Eventually, I had overcome the obstacles they said I couldn't, and you could too. Every single person around us impacts us. Choose the ones who will encourage you and also be that person for others. No one deserves to be torn down over something they are passionate about. The world should not ever be allowed to tell you that you are not capable because that is false.

 

For today, go spread love a little more but know that you are SO worthy, you are SO loved, you are SO capable. 

You do not need to be afraid of your goals; you can conquer them.

 

 

 

 

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