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What are You Sowing Today?

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Life is truly an adventure and once again I find myself on the beginning of another exciting and challenging voyage. For almost a year, I’ve focused on my personal relationship with The Most High and that energy has opened doors and established relationships that I’ve never dreamed would be a part of my life and my everyday existence. In the past I’ve shared with you about the importance of recreating yourself, finding your purpose, and living authentically. Not only did I suggest that to you, I listened and find myself in the most enlightened position ever.

My sister and I (yes we are still a blogging team) have been focusing our energies on a shared project of using our energy, time, talents and gifts to bless the lives of others . We are being led to serve women/men who are coming out of prison. The needs are great, and each person has an opportunity to play a small part in what can be tremendously large in someone’s life who is readjusting to society.

“Reentry interventions—programs designed to help people readjust to society following their release from jail and prison—are one promising strategy. Former inmates often face complex challenges after release and experience an increased risk of homelessness, unemployment, addiction, and trauma. Difficulty accessing housing, jobs, and treatment services puts this population at a high risk of reoffending, creating a self-perpetuating cycle.” (https://jpalnorthamerica.org/2017/05/05/stopping-the-revolving-door-what-we-know-and-still-need-to-learn-about-reducing-recidivism-in-the-united-states/)

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We are equipped and desire to connect the pieces; we are ready to make done things happen. Our passions and lifetimes of experience have prepared us for such a time as this. Sowing into the lives of others also plays into another project on the horizon of “how do you want to be remembered: what will be your legacy“. That is for another blog.

I will leave you with this thought today.  How are you sowing into the life of someone you do not know? 

Chat with you soon,

Renee

Walking in Your Pupose

Greetings!

Yes it has been a while since you’ve heard from Celebrating Life Anew. My sister, Tisha and I are continuing to celebrate life and enjoy the journey.

We are excited to share that we are venturing into a new adventure. As sisters, we have collaborated over the years on different projects and now we have a project that is bigger than us, but heavy on our hearts.

As “Sisters in Service” we are on mission to do our part during these troubling times. The world is filled with so much adversity and as women, it is critical that we be a part of  helping our communities. Unfortunately, so many women are stagnated by situations of abuse that happened to us children or women. We pick up the pieces, put on a smile and carry on day in and day out. We could do more, but the baggage weighs us down. We are not sure how to release so that we can live our purpose and make greater contributions to our families and others in our circles.

Over the next few months, we will share with you our plan to design an outlet for women using writing as a tool to heal. Your feedback, and suggestions are welcome.

“Writing about an emotionally charged subject or an unresolved trauma helps you put the event into perspective and give some structure and organization to those anxious feelings, which ultimately helps you get through it,” notes James Pennebaker, a professor of psychology at The University of Texas–Austin and co-author of the new book “Opening Up by Writing it Down: How Expressive Writing Improves Health and Eases Emotional Pain.” “This can help people sleep better, feel and think better, and have richer social lives, all of which can bolster immune function and improve health.”

As always thank you for taking a moment to connect with us!

Chat with you soon,

Renee