Give and experience as much love as possible. Love is probably the best gift we can give to ourselves first, then to others in our lifetimes. It behooves us all to learn to fully love ourselves first, and, in a more “humanitarian” way, to all those with whom we come into contact. It is not often easy for us to give unconditional love to others, in part due to the way we learned about love from our parents and society growing up. To change that, and give at least the “brotherly” form of love to all we meet and know, is to practice true acceptance, and it will come back to us often. Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
Do what you are good at and love to do. If you are sitting behind a desk from eight to five every day working for someone else, and you dislike your job or your working environment, take steps to change it! Write out what you are good at and what you really love in your heart to do. Then go after it! If it means changing jobs, locations, or working for yourself, do it. Being true to yourself and your God-given talents and desires will make your life so much happier in the end that it will be worth it. When you can say that you love your work and those you work with, you will have a much more stress-free life, and the legacy you leave behind will be great and cherished by the people you touched with your genuine actions and words. Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
Be positive in all that you think, say, and do. Get rid of any guilt feelings you have, develop and trust your intuition, learn to quit worrying, visualize and affirm being successful and prosperous, develop and keep great faith, learn to deal with anger so it is not destructive to you or others, be totally responsible, learn to identify and control your stress, live one day at a time, and finally, trust a higher power or Universal Law to help you in your life journey and give you some support along the way. Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
Sending a massive, explosive, energetic, and infinitely powerful wave of love, healing, positive energy, joy, and complete health to all the dis-eases of the heart, body, and soul. To everyone who’s open or even not open of receiving this energy, I’m holding them in the loving bright light and illumination of complete health….This is my set intention NOW, in this moment! And so it is, even now, specially right now„ALL NEEDS MET! ….Amen…..Feel it in your soul and pass it forward! Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
Everyone has the opportunity to be an inspiration - inspire yourself, inspire those around you. Act boldly and always align with those who value making a difference today. Start creating the ripples of change today. Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
What would You do if Your friend was Gone tomorrow & You Never told them how You felt? So i just Wanna Say that “You’re Special to Me & You’ve Made a difference in My life.”I love You”. Don’t Live with Regrets….Peace & Blessings, Journey to Balance
This Blog's purpose is to inspire and encourage all those walking their own path
The material shared here represents hundreds of hours of work. Much of the knowledge that has been acquired is extremely deep, abstract and esoteric. I use my life's guidance as a spiritual compass to self discovery and hope that what you read here inspires you to live the life you were created for. I have chosen a style of writing composed mainly of short passages and essays instead of a more traditional format. I believe this approach is more reader friendly and easily adaptable to fit into today's active and at times hectic lifestyle.
I hope you enjoy it, and more important, I wish that if nothing else, you come away as I have, with an extraordinary obsession to learn more, explore more, and delve deeper into the great spirit living inside you that is aching to be discovered.
My life's purpose is to empower, motivate and inspire all those walking their path. My passion is to share whatever life's wisdom I've attained along the way, while learning from all of you, as I believe we are all a work in progress.
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I am an empowered woman, a journalist, human rights activist, social and political commentator, dedicated to raising the consciousness of our global family regarding issues that affect and unite us all.
As a student, I learned that inter-disciplinarity is critical to formulating a clear understanding of the complexity of addressing problems with a global dimension.
I have been trained by Rutgers University of New Jersey, The University of Salamanca, Spain, and The University of Haifa in Israel, to have a broad knowledge of the world.
As a result, I have been able to navigate the inter-connectedness of the private, public, and NGO sectors.
As a young professional, I served in several grassroots programs, such as The United Nation's Fund for Peace, Global Alliance for Women's Health, and The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, to name a few. By partnering with local communities around the world, I learned to address needs in such areas as conflict resolution, economic development, education, security and human rights.
In the private sector, I worked for the publishing industry, and acquired experience in areas having to do with sales, marketing, promotion and fundraising.
Today, I can say without equivocation that my passion surrounds the art of diplomacy. I am fueled by an internal quest to attain an in depth understanding of crucial global topics, such as international conflict management, global strategic sustainability, and international terrorism.
You can expect to find personal essays, poetry, quotes, and adages accompanied by beautiful photography and inspirational videos. Occasionally I will reblog that which I feel promotes optimism and serves to inspire and motivate others. You are welcomed to visit my other pages within this blog, to submit questions, topics you would like to be discussed, etc. I believe each of us is born into this life with purpose; each of us is part of and responsible for the greater whole and I encourage you to have your voice heard. Blessings, Maritza