Peace, Be Still.

When I was younger my Grandma Beckett would tell me on occasion to "be still." It always felt like that was her polite way of telling me to "shut up." Reflecting on those words they hit me differently as an adult. I'm learning that "being still" is so much more than just "shutting up." I woke up this morning with the following message on my heart and I hope that it impacts you in a positive way and that you venture into this week with peace and love and joy in your heart and soul!


"The next few weeks are going to be trying. The heightened COVID discussion and the looming election seem to be at the forefront of many of our minds. I find daily, clients effected by these things and the emotional fatigue that has crept in robbing so many of their peace and joy.

If you are reading this it means in some shape or form you “know” me. You’re reading this right now for a reason. It’s not by accident. I want to implore you my friends, to choose unity, to choose peace, to choose joy, to choose optimism, to choose honor, to choose your words, to choose your thoughts, to choose LOVE. In the following weeks be more intentional than you’ve ever been to examine yourself and to move towards inner and outer peace. Be conduits of LOVE in ALL things, especially towards those you disagree with.

“What the world needs now, is LOVE sweet LOVE. It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of.”


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