Fullness of Life


We win some, We lose some, We gain some, but most importantly, We must know when to let go of some! There comes a time in our lives when we have to detach from our attachments rather it being people or things. These people and things are attached to us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. We have to ponder the following questions: What is the purpose of the attachment in our lives and does it allow us to experience Fullness of Life?

Everyone and everything that is attached to our lives should bring about an opportunity of positive enhancement so that we can experience Fullness of Life! We must evaluate the level of dormancy in our lives and those people and things that we continue to allow to lay dormant in our lives. In order for us to have Fullness of Life, we must exit the door of dormancy and enter into the door of expectation.

Well, what are we expecting? We are expecting our inheritance and entitlement to live a life of fullness no matter what life has thrown on our path to deal with. In spite of some things being very rough, we were not consumed. We have been several places in life and dealt with all kinds of emotions, and felt all kinds of feelings but we are still entitled to Fullness of Life.

Let’s change our thinking so that our mindset will be focused on the consumption of fullness. If we can think it, we can believe it! If we can believe it, we can receive it!

Fullness of Life is destined for each of us and we are, not anyone else, are responsible to ensure that we live in our destiny of fullness. Please remember, everyone’s fullness does not look the same so we must not base or compare our fullness of life to someone else’s. We are all individual and unique with different ideas, goals, expectations, standards, etc. This simply means that, there is no way possible, that our fullness of life can look identical the same. Be creative and envision your very own Fullness of Life!

Remember, We win some, We lose some, We gain some, but most importantly, We must know when to let go of some! Detach from the garden of emptiness and blossom into the tree of fullness! Fullness of Life is our utopia in which love, joy, peace, happiness, and strength welcomes us to a life of fullness! Fullness of Life is waiting for us and we must embark on it now! Let us all embrace the Fullness of Life because it’s our inheritance, our entitlement, and most of all, our destiny!

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Shinequa Reddick Pierce

I believe in being able to be motivated through positive speaking and inspirational quotations. We only get a chance at life once and it is totally up to us to determine how uplifting and fulfilling it will be. I am a natural born motivator and encourager and it brings me much joy by making and seeing others happy by even the smallest act of kindness rather it be through actions, words, or simply a heart warming smile. Inspire Yourself will encourage one to do just that as opposed to waiting on others to do it. This is a great experience and my goal is to reach everyone without any limitations to help make a positive difference in the lives of others through my inspirational writings that comes from my God given gift to write it from my heart.

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