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Happy Easter 2012

I have been celebrating Easter since a child, not really understanding what this day truly meant. For me I was more interested in the good food, pretty new dresses, chocolate bunnies and the dying of eggs. It wasn’t until I developed a closer relationship with God that His ultimate sacrifice became more evident and real to me.  This Easter 2012, let us remember the true meaning of the holiday.

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

Thank you Jesus for not only dying for me, but you resurrecting for me to one day experience eternal life.

Happy Easter

Happy Resurrection

To all

Also, I wanted to remind you that He came and died so that we might have life and have it more abundantly (John 10:10).

Are you truly living?

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We Need a Resolution

Yeeeah, the first post of the New Year; 2012 is going to be epoch! Can’t you feel it?

This month I decided to dedicate every post to a pioneer who changed the world with just a dream. His birthday is January 15th,and I thought, what better way to remember his legacy than to focus on his work ethic, passion and teachings applicable to our lives? I’m excited.

Photo credit: nobelprize.org

When I reflect on Martin Luther King, I don’t see a man who lived off of hopes and dreams, but a man who took intangible thoughts, put action behind them and never stopped believing; he fought hard. This month, as we embark into uncharted territory as pioneers of 2012, hold fast to our words and thoughts; do not allow them to fall to the wayside. When we create resolutions, fuel them with passion and consistently live them out until the end of the year. Dr. King did this without a doubt. He had a dream and ran with it. Did it get tough along the way? I’m 100% positive it did; however, he pushed through. Imagine this. What if he told himself, “I have a dream,” but stopped right there? Where would our country be? We too should adopt the beliefs of the late King and passionately pursue our resolutions.  

Personally, I created goals for my business this year. (Only a sneak peek.) Take a look:

Are you ready to passionately pursue your goals for the 2012 year?

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