Change My Thinking

Society continues to suffer from generations of recycled dirt. Psychological hiccups, so to speak. We, as a nation, as a world, as humans, need healing from years of abuse. We need repair from damaged thinking. We need cultural understanding. Most importantly, we need to acknowledge the recycled dirt in order to begin the tough processRead More

What It’s All About

Life is about living, learning, and growing. This year I encourage you to focus on two thousand sixteen reasons to live life to the fullest. Learn things you didn’t know (even the “small” and “insignificant” things). Go somewhere you’ve never been (you don’t necessarily have to relocate but visit, even if it’s in your ownRead More

Looking Inside Myself

Yes, I’ve been successful, but in pursuing my goals I have also fallen flat on my face. Those disappointments may have discouraged me for a moment, but ultimately, tough times, pain, and even despair taught me valuable lessons. Ok, here’s my point: Over the last few years, I learned, I am my greatest asset! AndRead More

What then is the gift?

The gift is time! Embrace every moment, for time is a precious gift; given, yet easily snatched away. So honor the gift of time! Love time! Enjoy time! Embrace good times and bad times because there comes a time when time will be no more. Posted by Stacie

Patience Is A Virtue

 The act of being patient is one often talked about, but never really thoroughly examined, nor justified with adequate explanation of HOW to arrive at a state of patience.   According to Dictionary.com, the quality of being patient is an ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay. It is the bearing ofRead More

It’s Called Life

You will laugh, and cry, and be up and then down. You will enjoy the gift of life and mourn those same lives. You enjoy a time of fruitfulness and growth and a time of what appears to be decay (or stagnation) in growth. You will have times where you have much to say andRead More

Teacher shortage prompts some states to lower the bar

A teacher shortage has led legislators in several states to lower requirements to become a public school educator. The Wall Street Journal reported that several states, including Minnesota, Arizona, Illinois, Utah, and Kansas, have in various ways revamped the requirements for being a public school educator. For example, Arizona’s Republican Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation “giving localRead More

Todays Choice is Yours

Think well, Do well, Speak well, Be well, & Live well! Have an amazingly beautiful day — ON PURPOSE! Embrace The Value of Positivity! Today you take control of your life and whst it’s to become… Love, Stacie J. Whitaker-Harris

What’s Your Motivation

Healing did not happen overnight. Peace was not obtained without turmoil. Calmness did not magically appear without chaos. Clarity did not manifest without confusion. Love did not come without great understanding. When you think it, speak it, and believe it – you then BECOME what you think, speak, and believe. All things are possible! byRead More