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The Place of Nevertheless, Part Three

 

When I was finally able to give God the go ahead to have His way in my life, I did so with fear and trepidation. I kindasorta knew what to expect because of the example of Jesus.

But I’m not Jesus!

At that point, I could not  imagine what God would do that would take my complete and total submission, bringing me to where He wanted me to be at that particular season of my life.

As I shared in Part Two, things immediately began to change. The majority of those changes were inside of me. God was doing an inside job. He needed for me to get over Beatrice and become who He had called and created me to be.

How often have you prayed for a situation or circumstance to change and it didn’t? How many times have you prayed for someone else to change and they seemed to remain the same? Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but, the change you are praying for must first occur within you. This is what the Place of Nevertheless is all about for many of us.

You see, God can’t use you/me/us in the same condition we desire to remain in.

When Jesus finally gave God that one more Nevertheless, it meant  He was ready to go to the Cross and give His life for a people who cared nothing about Him.

Now, the question is, can you do the same? Can you step out of your comfort zone and finally go into the place God has for you?

When I said yes to the the Lord and admitted I did, in fact, have one more nevertheless, it meant I was giving up the Beatrice I had lived with for, at that time, the last 51 years. I will admit, I was a little curious to see the changes He would effect within me.

However, I was reluctant to give up some of the things I had clung to during this time: fear, doubt, anger, bitterness, the list goes on. I was comfortable with this stuff. I was comfortable with the hurt and pain I had endured for so many years.

IT WAS COMFORTABLE!

I didn’t want to relinquish control over my emotions to see what God would do with me. Can I just be transparent here? It felt good to harbor the anger. I didn’t feel selfish…at all! I loved it! I had kissed the ring of Pride and Self and there was no turning back…or so I thought.

Is this topic helping you in your current condition? Would you like to move forward in life but can’t because of the things you are hoarding in your heart, mind, and, life?

Email me at email hidden; JavaScript is required and let me know how I can help. I would love to give you a PDF copy of my book, How to Get Over Yourself and Let Go of the PAST. But, you will have to request it. This book will help you get rid of some of the baggage you have been carrying for far too long.

OK, so we will continue to move forward. May God bless your journey.

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

By the way, my new, and first, novel, The Baby Chronicles – Where You Were Before You Were, will be released by Morgan James Publishing on March 7, 2017, To get a personalized copy before then, please go to The Baby Chronicles webpage, tell me how you want your copy personalized, and order today!

The Place of Nevertheless, Part Two

Do you have one more nevertheless?

 

NOTE: For those of you who don’t believe God speaks to His people today in a voice in which He can be understood, I beg to differ. If you had conversations with your earthly father at any given time, and he was able to give you the things you needed, isn’t our Heavenly Father more able to speak with and to us and give us the things we need? Just saying.

I gave you much to think about in my last blog. You see, when God gives us that moment in time in which we know we are going to have to let go and let Him…for real, He knows we are coming to the very end of ourselves. That’s what happened to me when He took me to New York and allowed me to stay there for over a year.

When God asked me that question on that day, I didn’t answer right away. As a matter of fact, it took me several, about three, days to answer. It was not an easy matter. You see, I knew what that meant. It meant I was going to give my will over to His. It meant that no matter what He decided, I would go with it. It meant I would have to drink from the cup He was offering me.

Have you been in a place in which you had to drink from a cup the Lord placed before you? Maybe you had to leave a job position and take something lesser or greater that you didn’t know you were ready for. Or, it could have been a time in which God was removing people from your life, people you wanted to remain. On one side of your brain, you knew it was for the best, the removal. However, on the other side of your brain, you longed for that person, situation, or circumstance to remain. You wanted to hold on to those things that were probably detrimental to you.

When God asked if I had one more nevertheless, I was scared to death! I didn’t know what He had planned. You see, sometimes I thought God was playing tricks on me. I felt as though He was sitting up there on His throne to see what stupid stuff I could do on any given day. I didn’t know if I was ready for more of what was to come!

Are you in that place with God? Has He asked if you have at least one more nevertheless? Are you fighting to have your way to the detriment of your relationship with Him?

After three (3) days, I said, “Yes, Lord. I have one more nevertheless.”

 

 

Immediately, things began to happen. Stay tuned for the next installment to find out what those things were.

Please allow me to encourage you today. Give it over to God. He wants to take you somewhere you have never been. He wants to do some things in your life that have never been done. He wants you to walk in a level of excellence you have never experienced.

Thank you so much for reading my blog. Thank you for sharing with your friends. I pray my blogs give you some things to think about as you strive to be ALL God has called you to be.

Love and Blessings to you!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

Let Go and Let God… for REAL!

future promise Let Go and Let God… for REAL!

As we come closer and closer to the end of 2014, 90 days as of October 1, I encourage you to look forward and decide what sort of 2015 you want to experience.

You see, in 2014, we allowed our PAST to remain status quo without much change. We journeyed on, harboring the same ill feelings, the same emotions, the same disgruntlements we had experienced since the beginning of 2014.

What do you want to be different about 2015?

Recently, I attended a business meeting of an organization I joined in 2013. To be honest, I didn’t want to attend. I felt disillusioned and didn’t really believe there would be anything there for me. So, I went to support a very good friend who was the host of the event.

As I prepared to leave, the visiting businessman detained me so that I could not leave the room we were in. I did not want to talk with him. As a matter of fact, I looked around to see if there were any other way I could make my escape so I wouldn’t have to interact with him at all. He stood between me and the door!

He stood and began talking to me. I politely listened. Then, I realized he was saying that he wanted to help me get my business on track and wanted to promote me. I was not expecting that!

Perhaps, it was time for me to Let Go and Let God… for Real.

  • Let go of preconceived notions about how I had been treated when I first joined the organization.
  • Let go of the pride rising up inside of me because I didn’t want this man to help me.
  • Let go of everything hindering me from becoming all I was called and created to be in life!

Since this episode, I have decided that it is essential that I Let Go and Let God… for REAL in order for me to move forward with what I know I have been created to do.

Are you in a similar place? Are there things in your life you need to Let Go and Let God… for REAL so you can progress toward the vision you have for your life, your business, every situation and circumstance?

Do this today:

  1. Decide what you want 2015 to look like. It’s never too early to plan for the coming year.
  2. Give yourself permission to Let Go and Let God… for REAL so you can progress toward your vision.
  3. Join me for a free teleseminar on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 from 7 pm until 8 pm, MDT. We will discuss The Pain, The Promise, and The Process of Letting Go and Letting God… for REAL. Here’s the call-in info: Conference Call – 712-775-7035, Access – 400516.

Please send your comments and suggestions. The Drill Sergeant of Life wants to make this blog useful and helpful to all our readers.

Until next time… God is faithful

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

LGOP

Letting Go of the PAST – The Freedom of Forgiveness

Forgive and change the future Letting Go of the PAST and Forgiving provides us with elements of Freedom we should desire to experience on a daily basis!

After all, Letting Go of the PAST is not so much about the other person as it is about you! One of the things we need to recognize when we go through something that brings trauma into our lives is that we (our hearts, minds, and souls) become bruised from the intrusion of the transgression.

But, if we will allow ourselves, give ourselves permission to forgive, we will be able to experience the freedom of forgiveness in a new way!

Today, I invite you to revisit one of my previous posts about this subject. Click here.

Think about this:

  1. How many people do you know, personally or publicly, who seem to have so much baggage from the PAST in their lives, they find it hard to move forward?
  2. Do you notice in their conversation that they seem to say the same things over and over? Or,
  3. Every conversation seems to turn to them no matter how much work the person has to do to get the topic back on themselves.

My friend, this person needs help!

He or she is so emotionally bruised, they don’t know what to do. He or she thinks that by just continually talking about the subject, they are healing themselves.

That is simply not true!

Until this person can forgive, he or she can never walk in the freedom God created for him or her.

Do this with/for your friend:

  • Be honest with him or her. Don’t allow the person to walk in deception anymore. Even if the honesty will cause a breach in your relationship with the person.
  • Be honest with yourself. Has the PAST pain from the person become toxic in your life?
  • Help the person find some help. You will be doing a very valuable service for this precious soul.

The mission of The Drill Sergeant of Life is to help YOU get over self, get out of self’s way, let go of the PAST, and get what YOU want out of life! We hope this post has been beneficial to you today. If it resonates with you, please feel free to share.

Until next time! Be abundantly blessed! #GodIsFaithful

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

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Letting Go of the PAST – The File Cabinet of Life(c)

stuffed file cabinet Do you face challenges with letting go of the PAST because your File Cabinet of Life is filled to overflowing with STUFF you keep pulling up? Do you want to let go of this STUFF so you can progress in your life and move forward with what God has created just for you?

Oftentimes, we hold on to STUFF because…

1. It just feels good.

2. It still looks purposeful.

3. You will miss it when it’s gone.

STUFFSomething That Undermines Forward Functioning (and, yes, I just made that up!)

Something That Undermines Forward Functioning.

Think about this: when you spend so much of your time dwelling on the PAST and what was, you fail to consider what is and what could be.

When you spend so much of your time dwelling on the PAST, your future is put on hold and you become discouraged because there is no forward movement.

What can you do?

Clean out your File Cabinet of Life(c)!

Take some time today and begin wading through those things in your File Cabinet that you can discard because they serve no useful purpose. Follow these three tips:

1. Pull up your earliest memory as a test from your File Cabinet of Life(c). If it is pleasant, keep it. If not-so-pleasant, discard in the Round File of Life(c).

2. Now, pull up your earliest, not-so-pleasant memory. My first was a memory of sexual abuse. Take it out of your File Cabinet. Consider it from all angles. Since it is over and done with, there is really no need for you to file it anymore. Get a different perspective. Give yourself permission to see that you were not in control. And if you were, you were too young to do anything differently. Release the memory and place the file in the Round File of Life(c).

3. Go through and assess all the files in your File Cabinet. If they are beneficial, keep them. If not, throw them out.

Now, there is more to this. To learn from about using the File Cabinet of Life(c), order my book, How To Get Over Yourself and Let Go of the PAST, today. Here is the link: http://drillsergeantoflife.com/products/

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If this post has been beneficial to you and resonates in your heart, please share with someone else who might need a breakthrough in this area of their life. As always, I treasure your comments, encouragement, and suggestions. Please respond to this blog or send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Until next time, May God abundantly bless you in all that you do. Especially in Letting Go of the PAST! God Is Faithful!.

Beatrice

 

Letting Go – Even when it hurts…

Vic and MeThis week’s blog post is dedicated to my family’s dog, Victory! This is our last picture together. RIP, Poo-Poo! We’ll see you on the other side!

Letting Go… Even When It Hurts!

Today I said goodbye to my furry friend and child, Victory Bruno. It was probably one of the hardest goodbyes and decisions I have ever had to make. Victory has been in my family for about 10 years.

In 2004, I went on a hunting expedition at the Adams County Animal Shelter for my furry companion. When I arrived at the shelter, (yes, Victory’s departure has brought it all back!) I walked around, slowly, so I could see the dogs in their temporary habitat. I saw many dogs that day, but, my future “Victory” stuck out in my mind. When I approached his cage, he looked at me as if to say, “What do YOU want?”

Yes, I picked up on his snootiness! I walked around a bit more to the other dogs that had struck my interest and then made my way back to this red Pomeranian. His fur was matted, he appeared to be scared and sad that he was locked up in this small cage.

I went to the front desk to inquire about this dog. The lady told me that someone else had already requested the dog. A little bit sad and dejected, I went back to his cage and told him he was going to go home with someone else. Surprisingly, he walked to the door of the cage and sniffed through the bars. I put my hand down to touch the cage… he licked my hand. That was it! I knew I had to have this dog.

When I went back to the front desk, I asked the lady was she sure someone else was coming to get “my” dog. She pulled me aside and told me to be back at a certain time. If the person who had requested the dog was not there, then “Victory” would be mine.

I left the shelter, praying all the way home, asking God to please let this dog come into my house. Long story short, He did. And Victory was an honored member of my family for 10 years.

Last week, Victory stopped eating. He would only take in water. I knew in my heart this might be the end/beginning. But, I hoped. On Monday, yesterday, I took Victory to the Vet Clinic for the last time. I had to make a decision. My decision was to not allow my dog to suffer anymore.

Sometimes when letting go of the PAST, we have to make a decision that will hurt. We have to decide not to let that situation or circumstance hurt us or the other party anymore. In order to be made whole, we must make the decision.

There are decisions you must make today so you can stop hurting. Your pain may be such that it is also affecting others and hurting them as well. Do the right thing. Make the right decision… even when it hurts.

If this post resonates with you, please feel free to forward to others who may need to make a decision. Please sign up on The Drill Sergeant of Life email list for future offerings, tips, and strategies.

May God bless you and keep you! #GodIsFaithful #LetItGo

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

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Let Go of the PAST – Matthew 11:28

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Letting go of the PAST –  those People, Places, Possibilities And Situations (that should be) Terminated – has everything to do with Matthew 11:28 – 30.

28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.

30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.

In scripture, we are instructed to cast all, ALL, our cares upon Him (God through Jesus Christ) because He cares for us. Can you believe today that the Lord cares enough for you to take all your burdens upon Himself?

Can you believe He wants to take the hurt, the disappointment, the discouragement, the pain of your PAST from you so you can move forward into the incredible future He has for you?

If you could lay one burden on the Lord today, what would it be? Would it be the disappointment of a divorce? The discouragement of losing a job? The pain of words spoken over you years ago but you still carry with you?

Do this today:

1. Write down one thing, yes, only one (for now) you are willing to release to the Lord today. Pray, ask. God will give you the guidance you need. Keep this list because you will be adding to it frequently in your quest to let go of the PAST.

2. Write a “Dear John” letter to this thing. Write down everything you have held in your heart, the length of time you have held it, and what it has kept you from doing as you attempted to move forward.

3. Seal in an envelope addressed to “The Lover of My Soul.” Keep it in a safe place until a much later date. (Contact me at email hidden; JavaScript is required to find out your next step on this letter.)

3. Now, write a “Hello, I’m Free!” letter to yourself. Write down what the release of this thing will do for you. How will you feel? What will you be able to do now that this one burden has lifted? How much relief will you feel? Also, write an affirmation that you will not return to that thing once you have released it to “The Lover Of My Soul.” Place this letter in a place where you can access it daily until you have internalized the newness of letting that one thing go.

4. Celebrate you: you released this one thing! I celebrate with you!

You can let go of the PAST! It is doable.

Believe!

Trust!

Have Faith in God and in yourself that you can let go!

Drop me a note at email hidden; JavaScript is required to share or comment on this post. I look forward to hearing about your achievement in letting go of just one thing. Just this one action will propel you forward as never before! If this post has resonated with you in any way, please share it with someone else who might need the same wise counsel.

Until next time… Be abundantly blessed! God Is Faithful!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

LGOP

Let Go of the PAST – PAST Residue

Forgive and change the future

Even though you have decided to let go of the PAST, have you discovered residue from PAST hurts, disappointments, pain and challenges? If so, try these steps on your path to let go of the PAST so you can embrace the awesome future in front of you.

1. Admit you still hurt. Physically, you can tell if a person is in pain from a past accident or medical condition. They may wear a cast or a bandage. They might limp. There may be ongoing appointments with their primary care physician. Emotionally, in letting go of the PAST, though, we often hurt on the inside where no one sees. When we allow this residue to contaminate our lives, we carry hurts we think are invisible. Eventually, though, those hurts come out in ways we could never imagine, ways we would rather they not come out.

2. Acknowledge those things that still affect your forward movement. Are you in pain? Say so! Does your heart still hurt every time you see the perpetrator of that pain? Let it be known! Now, you might not want to tell that person. However, if you have a good friend, a Pastor, a confidante, tell it! You will feel better. Oftentimes, I have told only One Person – the Lord. Sometimes, that pain has been so heavy in my heart: the discouragement has incapacitated me, or the disappointment has caused me to isolate myself. In that instance, the only thing I can do is pray a sobbing prayer. It’s OK. Do that! You will experience a release in your spirit from the turmoil you have faced.

3. Accept you are still healing. Don’t try to “fake it until you make it”! I actually despise this saying because when a person fakes it until they make it, they sometimes forget to stop faking it. They fake that everything is OK when it is not. They fake that things are different and they are not. Accept that you are still healing! Don’t try to make others believe a condition not actually present in your life. It impedes the healing process!

4. Actively seek help through prayer and Godly counsel. Don’t try to do it by yourself. God has given us people that truly love us. Go to your Pastor. Go to a close, trusted friend, one who has God’s ear and heart. Talk this thing through so you can receive healing for your soul.

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Please send your comments, questions, or suggestions on PAST issues you want to see presented in our blog. The Drill Sergeant of Life looks forward to hearing from you!

Until next time… Be encouraged! The BEST is yet to come!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

Letting Go of the PAST – The Desire to Let Go…

past will let go of you

 

Your desire to let go of the PAST must be stronger than your desire to hold on to those things you have become quite comfortable with.

You see, the PAST has a tendency to really suck a person in. When that happens, the PAST continues to lure that person in deeper and deeper so he or she can’t recognize what is happening.

I met a lady this weekend, a homeless woman who had fallen onto hard times. She wasn’t very old, maybe 40s or 50, but you could tell that life had been hard. The killing thing about her situation is that she has a law degree: she is/was/could still be an attorney. But, something in her PAST triggered this circumstance. Now that alcohol has taken hold of her, the alcohol gives her that false sense of security. She can’t recognize that her PAST can only dictate her future as much as she allows.

Are you facing difficulty in letting go of your PAST? Do you want to let go but can’t seem to find the intestinal fortitude you need to break away and move forward as never before?

The Drill Sergeant of Life is here to help you make sense of those things that are holding you back so you can’t grasp the future God has created and designed just for you.

1. We will help you through a five-step process to prepare you to let go of the PAST. Then,

2. We will identify those things holding you back. Finally,

3. We will create a tailored system for you to follow that will not only help you let go of the PAST, it will also enable you to embrace your incredible future.

The first step in the process is easy and accessible. How To Get Over Yourself and Let Go of the PAST is a simple way to get started on your path to healing. You can find the book here: http://drillsergeantoflife.com/products/.

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Let Go of your PAST and find healing for your soul. If this post resonates with you or you know of someone who would benefit from this message, please feel free to share or forward.

May God continually bless you!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

 

Letting Go of the PAST: Healing

What Letting Go Is Not

Are you letting go of the PAST and healing properly?

Have you healed from all you have been through? Are you still carrying around the residue of PAST pains, hurts, disappointments, etc.?

How can you tell if you are carrying residue from the PAST?

1. Every conversation is about you.
2. You find hurt or offense in every conversation.
3. You continually bring up persons or conversations from your PAST.
4. You cannot move forward.
5. (Fill in the blank…)

If you find yourself in any of the scenarios above, here are some steps to help you:

1. Admit you are still hurt.
2. Acknowledge those things that still affect your forward movement.
3. Accept that you are still in the healing process.
4. Actively seek help through prayer and Godly counsel.

Letting go of the PAST and healing from your PAST is not easy. Many things will come up that will hold you right where you are and hinder your forward progress.

Would you like to…

A. Let go of your PAST

and…

B. Heal from those things that continually return and keep you enmeshed in your PAST?

Do you need a “Let Go of the PAST” coach? One of the best places to start is here with the book, “How To Get Over Yourself and Let Go of the PAST!”

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Order today from our products page here: http://drillsergeantoflife.com/products/

Please send me your comments, questions, or suggestions on PAST issues you want to see presented in our blog. I look forward to hearing from you!

Until next time… Be encouraged! The BEST is yet to come!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

Letting Go of Your PAST: The Process…

Holding on to the past

The Process of Letting Go of Your PAST…

Don’t you wish life were just ABC and 123? Wouldn’t it be so simple if you had a plan for letting go of your past so you could grab hold of your awesome future?

Believe it or not, there is! And here is the process…

  1. Step one
  2. Prepare your heart and mind to let go.

  3. Step two
  4. Prepare your life to let go.

  5. Step three
  6. Choose to experience the newness that letting go will bring.

  7. Step four
  8. Gain a different perspective because you are letting go.

  9. Step five
  10. Enjoy the new journey that life offers because you are letting go.

Everything is a process! In order for you to enjoy scrambled eggs for breakfast, you must follow a process.

scrambled eggs

You can’t just place two eggs in a skillet and turn the stove on and expect scrambled eggs! First of all, you must crack open the eggs! If you just place two whole eggs in the skillet and turn on the heat, all you are going to enjoy is cleaning up a mess!

And that’s what your life will become if you don’t follow a distinct, specific process of letting go of your PAST. Each step has to be taken seriously and on purpose so you can reach your goal.

Although the above steps may seem simplistic, and it may seem as though you can skip step three and move forward to step four, don’t do it! Each step is designed for you to process and progress so you may achieve the optimal results of letting go of your PAST.

The desire of The Drill Sergeant of Life is that you walk in personal Power, Productivity, and Prosperity. Our posts about the Process of Letting Go of Your PAST will enable you to move forward in your quest as never before. If you are finding benefit from our posts, please feel free to pass them along to someone who may not be at the level of letting go of the PAST that you are!

Stay tuned! The BEST is yet to come! God is faithful!

Beatrice Bruno, The Drill Sergeant of Life

Letting Go of the P.A.S.T. and Beyond

Life is too short to hold on to the P.A.S.T.

I know that’s a pretty bold statement, but it is true!

You see, our P.A.S.T. is designed to keep us in the place where we won’t progress. If anything, we will regress. But, I digress.

Let me explain my acronym P.A.S.T.: People, Places, Possibilities And Situations (that should be) Terminated in our lives. Many of you have some P.A.S.T. in your lives. We all do. Unfortunately, we simply don’t want to admit it.

You see, it’s quite comfortable to allow P.A.S.T. to remain because it is… well, comfortable! That’s what we know. That’s what we have already experienced. That’s what we allow to keep us in the place of mediocrity because it’s too hard to come out. But I don’t want you to live like that!

Lately, I have been meeting a lot of hurting people. These precious folks have been through so much! Unfortunately, many of them have just about given up on ever receiving healing or wholeness because they have allowed the hurt to languish in their lives, giving them a false sense of security! I know! I’ve been one of those.

Just recently, God showed me that I was not healed from some hurts I had experienced. Unfortunately, the hurts had occurred in the church setting. The way He showed this to me caused me to open my eyes to those around me who were dealing with some of the same hurts. What He also showed me, though, was that I was hurt so deeply, I didn’t even realize the depth of the hurt I had experienced and was experiencing!

Does this resonate with you? Have you been hurt so deeply that you have become numb to the pain and are trying to live life the best way you can? Will you let me help you? Please!

I don’t want another human being to have to go through this alone. Let me stand with you and help you Let Go of the P.A.S.T. so you can grab hold of the future God has prepared for you! God has revealed tips and strategies to help you Let Go of the P.A.S.T. and I want to share these with you!

I am here for you! Let me take the first step with you!

Beatrice Bruno
The Drill Sergeant of Life

Forgiveness is the Key

Several years ago while writing my second book of the Get Over Yourself series, How To Get Over Yourself and Let Go of the P.A.S.T., I learned an interesting thing. In addition to forgiving those who had perpetrated infractions against me, I had to forgive myself! Yes! I had to forgive myself.

You see, many times when we are going through life, we do stupid stuff: stupid stuff that can cause us to hop down one bunny trail after the other as we get further and further away from our purpose and destiny. Let’s be honest here: many times while we are hopping on the bunny trails of life, we cause ourselves to not be all we were called and created to be, to not do all we were called and created to do, and to definitely not have all we were called and created to have in life.

And then, we have the tendency to blame everything on someone else. That is so not right! But, when we do this, and we go back and forgive others who we feel have hurt us, we must also go back and forgive ourselves for the dumb things we have done that have kept us from becoming who we were supposed to become in life. We must give ourselves permission to move forward in life. When we do this, the burdens of guilt, doubt, anger and fear lifts off our shoulders and allow us to move freely in the direction we are supposed to move in. It frees us to pursue those things we thought had eluded us because of our dumb mistakes.

And it’s not too late! If you are still breathing, there is still time for you to become who you were supposed to become. Just forgive yourself and move forward so you can be all you care to be in the Armed Forces of Life! Be abundantly blessed! Beatrice