A Life Worth Living (Truth)

“You never find yourself until you face the truth” -Pearl Bailey


Many will live a lifetime and never understand this truth.

It seems much simpler to live a life that is “suitable” and approved by others. Many will do what they where “brought up” to do and never honor their dreams.

Imagine a life where you do whatever is in your heart. A life where you no longer hide behind the mask of who everyone expects you to be is a life worth living. Do you have the courage to leave your mask on the side table and step outside?

No matter your situation you must seek to leave your mask and become the person you know yourself to be. Challenges will accompany this new way of being but you may chose to view these challenges as opportunities for growth. Face the truth and you will find freedom. Heaven on Earth.

Be Blessed – LaGinaGlass.Com


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Courage: To strengthen the mind that enables a person to face difficulties

“Courage is an inner resolution to go forward despite obstacles;
Cowardice is submissive surrender to circumstances.
Courage breeds creativity; Cowardice represses fear and is mastered by it.
Cowardice asks the question, is it safe?
Expediency ask the question, is it politic?
Vanity asks the question, is it popular?

But conscience ask the question, is it right? And there comes a time when we must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because it is right.”
Martin Luther King Jr.


Courage rises up within us when we know that we know a change needs to take place. Courage is present in those moments when it hurts too much to stay in the place of fear. So when we feel this uprising within our soul, it is time to act in a new way; to do what is right for our own growth.

It is usually a circumstance of fear that brings us to the place where we must access our stored up courage and face whatever the challenge at hand. Courage doesn’t come from the opinion of others but from our own inner source of self.

The courage required to stand in the face of a difficult challenge is simply the act of looking it in the eye and standing firm. The courage will be felt in your being and whatever the challenge, it will begin to transform into something manageable. Fear can only live when we refuse to look it in the eye. Gather the courage and create something new.

Choose Love (Always)

“For one human being to love another; that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks, the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work is but preparation.” –Rainer Maria Rilke


To say we love another seems such an easy thing to say and many have used the language casually.

However, to truly love another in an unconditional way is the greatest of our challenges. How do we love someone who has pained us in some form?

We can work towards accomplishing this goal by saying yes to “the ultimate, the last test and proof.” When we 1) choose to take on this project we move on to 2) choosing to love ourselves and 3) demonstrating compassion towards others. We choose to love first and then we are in position to practice it.

This is certainly not an easy task but one I would challenge us to practice. Look a stranger in the eye, smile and say a genuine hello. Call a friend or family member whom you’ve had a fall out and just say “I was thinking about you and wanted to say hi” (regardless of fault). If you can’t see them or they will not take your call, send them a simple hand-written note. Release the expectation of a response; just know you sent the message with the intention to express love.

These are just some small (but challenging) steps we can take today. Let’s all practice love through forgiveness. Once you establish a system of giving and receiving love, all other work will come more easily.

Much Love to You – LaGinaGlass.Com

Commit to Yourself and Overcome Challenges

“Once you are committed to being who you came here to be, you open yourself up to experiencing the lessons that will cause you to unfold into your perfect self. No matter what happens, stay on course and if you stray, listen for the ways that will lead you back to your path.” –LaGina Glass


say yes to challenges

When the challenges of life are not working for us we feel the pain and we begin to make changes.

When we commit to making positive changes in our lives, obstacles will present themselves. No matter what happens, stay on course and if you stray, listen for the ways that will lead you back to your path.

Embrace these challenges by choosing to see them as opportunities instead of obstacles. This is easier said than done but once you learn this technique you will live a more compassionate life. In fact, you will begin to give thanks for life’s challenges because you will immediately see the potential benefits.

As you unfold into your “whole” self, you won’t even recognize the challenges. It’s like they no longer exist. You’ll simply smile at these once disturbing circumstances because you know the truth, that even challenges serve a purpose. We can live with that.


Be Blessed – LaGinaGlass.Com

Always Do Your Best

“If a person sweeps streets for a living, he should sweep them as Michelangelo painted, as Beethoven composed, as Shakespeare wrote.” –Martin Luther King, Jr.

Do your best


Whatever you do for a living, do it with the highest respect; do your best.

As long as you are collecting payment for the work you are doing, you must do your very best. Sometimes our very best isn’t good enough for some; just do your very best. The ideal situation is to work in alignment with what you truly love and that will get you closer to respecting your work.


In the meantime, do your best even in times of frustration. I had an experience working in an environment that was challenging due to the obvious gap in personalities within the leadership team. There was nothing to be done but to honor and respect myself and my work although I was not feeling appreciated for my contribution.


I knew it was time to change jobs or to venture out on my own but what to do in the meantime? Each morning, before I’d go to the office I would pray that I would put forth my best efforts. I admit that some days, this was more challenging than others. 


I however, maintained the integrity of my work as best I could because I was receiving pay and it was important to honor myself and my team in this way. My best wasn’t always perfect but it was my absolute best. And I can be proud of that.


Be Blessed – LaGinaGlass.Com

We are Here to Change

“We are here to change. We are here to grow, develop and unfold. We are progressive beings that have infinite capacity.” – Rev. Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith


We are here to change!

The task of managing our daily lives causes us to forget our innate power to create our own reality through change.

We get caught up in the drama we call life and we forget why we are here at all. We must remember the ultimate truth of our purpose on the planet; to change.

We are here to grow and evolve our individual souls for the greater evolution of our collective souls. Meaning, we chose to be here on this planet at this time in these chosen bodies, to learn. We are not limited to our physical bodies but have the ability to transcend and utilize all of our spiritual gifts.

When we get stuck or caught in a situation that appears hopeless, all we need to do is remember who we are and why we are here. It is then we can ask ourselves, what it is we need to learn from this situation before us. The simple awareness of asking from that place of hopelessness will immediately make clear opportunity for growth.

When we begin to approach life challenges from this perspective we are able to gain a higher level understanding of our purpose in the situation and we gain a greater learning from our participation from a conscious state of being. Our growth and understanding from this perspective gives joy to the challenges we face and we no longer view our challenges as hopeless. We see them as hopeful.



The Trouble with Double-Minded Prayers

“If you are going to pray, then don’t worry. And if you are going to worry, then don’t bother praying. You can’t be doing both.” -Sister Alice Martin


I enjoy this particular reminder about being doubled minded in your prayers.

In order to bring about the good we pray for we have to believe our prayers will be answered. Mind you, prayers are not always answered in the way we want but they are always answered. It’s important to hold the integrity of our intention.

When we pray, we send our request to the universal mind for consideration. The universe sends back a response to our requests in a manner that is in alignment with our highest good. But what do you think happens when you invite worry into the scenario?

Adding worry to the equation is like canceling the pray request. You are immediately telling the universe that you  1) do not really want what you are asking for or 2) do not believe your request will be answered. Either way, the confusion of your dual message will prevent the universe for responding. You will then claim your prayer was not answered.

1) Ask, 2) Believe and 3) Receive. This is the formula for manifesting your good. Did you notice that “worry” is not part of the formula?

Be blessed – LaGinaGlass.Com