Daniella Whyte

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SATISFACTION (Live. Pray. Hustle. 01/08/17)

SATISFACTION (Live. Pray. Hustle. 01/08/17) (Right-click to download)

SATISFACTION (Live. Pray. Hustle. 01/08/17)
(Right-click to download)

Too many people look for satisfaction in things, people, and events. People and things are often used as tools to gain happiness and fulfillment. But these are very weak tools. If you want to be satisfied, find out from God what your real purpose is in life and then start walking in that direction. You will never be completely satisfied until you do the things you were born to do.

LIVE. PRAY. HUSTLE.

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Plans and Wills (Soul. Musings. 01/03/17)

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Of all the things that can offer satisfaction in life, reaching your goals would seem to be the most important. We all have goals but very few of us reach them. For whatever reason, we get sidetracked, we get lost, we let stuff get in the way. And we never get to where we think we should go yet still yearning deep on the inside for that real satisfaction. Read more…

Don’t Pray for Ease, Pray for Strength (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 90)

Don’t Pray for Ease Pray for Strength

“Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.”
— Bruce Lee

If life were easy, we would all be living it. But many people don’t really live their lives because they don’t know what it is like to endure difficulty. Hardship of some kind is necessary in order for us to see how strong we are and to appreciate success when it comes our way. To be successful at something does not always imply ease or wealth. It could simply mean being better than everyone else at one thing.  Read more…

Finding Satisfaction

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How do you define satisfaction? When we think of satisfaction, many of us think of reaching goals at work, material possessions, money, or even power. We often link our success to satisfaction and vice-versa. We are quick to compare ourselves to others and their status in our community or in society. If we don’t climb the corporate ladder or make a lot of money or have the finer things in life, we think of ourselves as a failure. Read more…

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