Sunday, May 22, 2011

Something Within You

Beautiful women, pause for a moment and think: Is there some area you have potential in you, that is just waiting to be remembered and or developed? I know there is. 

The definition of Nurture:
1. To feed and protect: to nurture one's offspring.
2. To support and encourage, as during the period of training or development; foster: to nurture promising musicians.
3. To bring up; train; educate.
4. Rearing, upbringing, training, education, or the like.
5. Development: the nurture of young artists.
6. Something that nourishes; nourishment; food.

Nurture has the power to enlarge or awaken areas of your life that will make significant contributions to the world and those in it.

Any gift, ability, talent, or even pain we have is given to us to improve and enhance the lives of others.

There is something within you that this world desperately needs.

Beautiful single woman yes that is you, this is a season of waiting: this is your season of discovering who you truly are.

Beautiful married women this is a time to learn to love even when we may not want to, a time to never grow weary of doing right,  a time we learn to lead with out words but actions.

Beautiful grandmothers this is a season of perspective and recovery. Everything you would have done differently in raising your own children or in friendships begin to put into practice with those beautiful grandchildren and younger woman around you.

Beautiful mothers this is a season to see the small miracles of the world again, to learn to play, and slow down.  You will see that time is so precious.
Beautiful birthmothers, there is something waiting for you in this season. This is not a season of loss; it is a season of transition, release, and expansion. A season to grow in strength and peace and to learn the true meaning of the words to feel great loss is to feel great love. 

No matter which category or categories you fit into, there is something within you that this world desperately needs.

Be Blessed,


Read at Birthmother's Day 2011 and
adapted from Lisa Bevere’s book, Nurture

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