Dear Daughters: A Spirit-Filled Minister’s Mother’s Day Letter

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Paula Price

My dear daughters, here are a few tips I found to strengthen and promote me in life. I pray they help you to think differently and live powerfully.

Develop your lifelong womanhood self. Every little girl has a vision of herself as a woman. She designs her womanhood with her playthings. She becomes mommy, sister, aunt and friend—sometimes her teachers and at other times celebrities. When she enters womanhood, she is a mix of all she likes, but usually finds she dislikes herself. That is when she drops everyone she thought to be and finds herself as she was born to be. Build yourself based on yourself.

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Adore what makes you unique. “Adore yourself” is another way of saying “love yourself.” Before you hate what others criticize and condemn about you, find out if what they dislike is meant to be what will benefit the world and reproduce a wonderfulness that your critics have yet to understand. Don’t throw away or bury the yet-to-be perfected parts of you because others cannot see beneath its surface.

Understand with your heart and your head. Refuse to surrender your intelligence to your emotions. Think with your heart and your mind to get all sides of matters you face and those you want to help others work through in their lives. Love with your heart, but use your head’s wisdom to confirm who and what is worthy of your love.

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Govern your soul; it guards your heart. Discover what best governs your world. Life does not have to spiral out of your control. Anticipate the cycles that bless and try you. Separate the real from the imagined to figure out what about you keeps repeating. Learn how to stop those who harm and hinder you by using your will to guard and overcome obstacles. To outwit your adversaries, exploit opportunities.

Heal the brokenhearted. You don’t have to be a medical professional to heal the brokenhearted or understand diseases to relieve suffering. You have within you what it takes to bring relief and comfort to others. Hear the tears beneath the laughter. Listen for the pain under the resolve. You know what these feel like; you have felt them all yourself. Say a prayer, whether you know a sufferer or not. Speak warmth and encouragement to those you meet, and don’t be put off by their responses. Words have power, and yours will work if some sufferers refuse to hear.

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