Defining Your Worth #WitnessWednesday

Taking responsibility for defining your own worth means that decide to define your worth internally – by your kindness, caring, compassion, and contributions to others – rather than by approval, looks and performance. It means that, rather than trying to get love, you make being loving to yourself and others your highest priority. It means that, instead of defining your worth by how thin you are, or by how much sex you have, or by the clothes you wear, or by the car you drive or the house you live in or by how much money you have, you define your worth by your kindness toward yourself and others, by what you contribute toward helping others, by your generosity of spirit, by your ability to love without strings attached.

In order to truly love others, you need to first learn to love yourself – taking emotional responsibility for all your own feelings.

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Motivation Monday

It’s ‪#‎MotivationMonday

‬Today Whatever Storm you’re going through or any STORM you see coming your Way-

Always REMEMBER these 2 Things When it comes to Storms…

1. God Will Calm The Storm

2. Or God will Calm YOU!!!!

Either Way God’s Got Your Back ♡♥♡♥

Don’t get Worked Up over things Our God Can Work Out!!!

#MotivationMonday‪

#‎StayPrayedU

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50 Years Later: President Barack Obama Remembers Birmingham’s “4 Little Girls”

We Should Never FORGET…#4LittleGirls

The Rickey Smiley Morning Show

4 Little Girls

Less than one month after gospel singer Mahalia Jackson stood behind her friend, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and urged him to tell the world about his “dream,” Denise McNair, 11, Carol Robertson, 14, Cynthia Wesley, 14, and Addie Mae Collins, 14, were killed when the Ku Klux Klan bombed the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

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The day was September 15, 1963 and the nation lost the last vestiges of its innocence.

The Civil Rights Movement was further galvanized by the incident and Yankees — stunned by the senseless act of violence — joined in and demanded that equality and justice become the way of the land below the Mason-Dixon Line.

On May 24, President Barack Obama, surrounded by members of the girls’ families, signed…

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