Being Powerful

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Dorothy Dandridge
Being powerful has nothing to do with muscle mass or the amount of money in your bank account, it’s the ability to face your greatest fears.
The outcome does not matter as much as the courage it takes to be true to yourself. True power comes in the moment when you are most vulnerable and continue to lay yourself bare. In that moment, you give your faith over to Something more. Being vulnerable allows for a deeper connection in life, love, and faith.

“Faith is not something to grasp, it is a state to grow into.” Mahatma Gandhi

My faith is strong, I rarely waiver in my belief, life is as it is meant to be. I’m a scientist at heart with an artist’s soul. Yes, I even confuse myself at times… in saying that I like to test and qualify my hypothesis from time to time. I am in like to Dr. David Banner MD. Ph.D (aka Hulk) at times I test my theories on myself.

In a test to my faith, I was faced with a losing battle of wills with a loved one. No matter which way I attempted to handle the situation, I was not satisfied with the outcome. This went as far as allowing that person to remove themselves from my life. In that action of “letting go” there was no question that God took over. My Faith, that all is as it should be was my driving force, not my will/ego.

I am truly blessed that I know God is at the helm and with me on autopilot, I am…