Today I look back on my journey realizing how grateful I am for my life. I am only able to say this because I built a relationship with God early when I had mountains of adversity to overcome. It wasn’t mine, rather the journey of my parents that I was born into. But that was … More In Appreciation of Life
It’s amazing how quickly time begins to pass and then you suddenly realize that you’ve become that very age you first thought your parents were old. It’s an eye-opening revelation that will cause you to reflect on your life with more depth. The thought of what you have or haven’t accomplished in both your personal … More Life Comes With The Responsibility…
Love can be complicated and truly loving someone means you want what is best for those you love. Sure, the good times are great, but there will come those occasions that require your ability to deliver honest communication even when it is not often appreciated. Although it may hurt, you may be the only … More Love Includes Honest Communication
When it’s all said and done and your life is over here on this earth, how will people remember you? Will they speak of you as a giver or taker? Were you a lover or did you seek out fights because you were angry? Were you someone who was fair or biased about everything that … More Your Life In Review Before It’s Too Late
Now Available. . . the special version of Marala Scott’s book, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality “In Our House” is the chilling true story of an abusive husband, his wife, and their six children trapped inside of a hellish nightmare. Recruited by both the CIA and IBM the successful, handsome, and deceptive Colin has … More Is the Perception of Your Life the True Reality?
Although you’ve heard it said repeatedly, you haven’t done it yet. Most likely, you’ve forgotten how because you’re too busy taking care of others. It’s easy to get lost not only in your day but in someone else’s life and forget what’s important. Taking care of yourself is actually a better way to be a … More Loving Yourself by Marala Scott
A few days ago, I was waiting on a table with an elderly woman and her daughter. They both seemed cheerful and pleasant. I was already busy, but instead of simply asking, “What can I get for you?” I asked them how their day was going. The elderly woman began to tell the story of … More Celebrate Life’s Gift By Alyssa Curry