The Reason I Breathe – When You Shine We All Shine

This is my 49 Years and 6 Month birthday gift to YOU! If you’ve wondered why BeDoLove. This right here. And, not exclusive to woman because when YOU (we all) shine we all shine. What are you waiting for? We are waiting for YOU! Come on. Time to UNLEASH! God’s got YOU! We got YOU! Love! BeDoLove  

“When any woman honors herself, all women collectively move closer to becoming what they are truly capable of being.

There are many ways and myriad reasons for women to honor and embrace all that they are. And when any individual woman chooses to do so, all women collectively move closer to becoming what they are truly capable of being. By honoring her experience and being willing to share it with others—both male and female—she teaches as she learns. When she can trust herself and her inner voice, she teaches those around her to trust her as well. Clasping hands with family members and friends, coworkers and strangers in a shared walk through the journey of life, she allows all to see the self-respect she possesses and accepts their respect, too, that is offered through look, word, and deed. 

When a woman can look back into her past, doing so without regret and instead seeing only lessons that brought her to her current strength and wisdom, she embraces the fullness of her experience. She helps those around her to build upon the past as she does. And when she chooses to create her desires, she places her power in the present and moves forward with life into the future. 

Seeing her own divinity, a woman learns to recognize the divinity in all women. She then can see her body as a temple, appreciating its feminine form and function, regardless of what age or stage of life she finds herself. She can enjoy all that it brings to her experience and appreciate other women and their experiences as well. Rather than seeing other women as competition, she can look around her to see the cycle of life reflected in the beauty of her sisters, reminding her of her own radiance should she ever forget. She can then celebrate all the many aspects that make her a being worthy of praise, dancing to express the physical, speaking proudly to express her intellect, sharing her emotions, and leading the way with her spiritual guidance. Embracing her womanhood, she reveals the facets that allow her to shine with the beauty and strength of a diamond to illuminate her world.” — June 28, 2016, Daily OM, Embracing Womanhood Womanby Madisyn Taylor

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2 comments

  1. Shine bright like a diamond and others will use your light to shine brightly. I’m just reading this piece at 2:59 am and find that it speaks to me as I embark on this next journey in my life, perimenopause (it’s the devil) as with everything else in life, this too shall pass (I hope quickly). I posted that a few weeks ago hoping to get some feedback and got nothing so I took to Google to gathet info on why I was constantly riding my broom in bitch mode. Unfortunately it comes with the journey through this territory called the life of a woman. Patiently awaiting the next leg of this fascinating trip.

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