The “Simple” Gift

One of the biggest challenges to happiness and pure joy is believing in and receiving our gifts from the universe. Many of us are walking around lifeless like zombies because we think our life is boring or empty. So, we put off writing or painting or dancing – whatever the gift may be- because it comes too easy for us to be “it.”

You know what’s great about the universe – God? It’s not so complicated. In fact, it/He is simple. We are the complicated ones! God does not take up time putting into us this special gift only for us to just dismiss it like a penny on the sidewalk. We make things harder than they need to be because we have become caught up in/addicted to the drama. Stop! Your gift is right there in front of you. Honor your gift and the gift-giver by finding the joy in that “simple” gift. It is “it”!

Much happiness and joy to you today!

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About rebekahpierce

Rebekah L. Pierce is an award-winning and bestselling socially conscious author and playwright whose work primarily focuses on contemporary women and family. She is also the founder and CEO of The Pierce Agency, LLC, a literary and publishing services agency whose mission is to assist aspiring and emerging authors and playwrights bring professionally edited and designed works to the market. To learn more about her work, visit www.rebekahlpierce.com and www.ThePierceAgencyLLC.com.
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2 Responses to The “Simple” Gift

  1. John Pratt says:

    I am a big believer in the fact that everybody has a gift, a talent, a special ability to do something that adds beauty to the world. It could be something very ordinary, like doing our daily jobs with skill to bring beauty. We could grow a plant, help someone heal their body, teach a child to write a sentence, advance the cause of justice, all these could be ways of exercising our creativity. For many years I went to school every day to help people learn to write, but now I tend to my grape vines. Some people get to exercise their creativity singing, painting, or carving, and I embrace the creativity in my everyday life.

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