Connections. Why am I starting with that word? Well connections are fundamental to having a fulfilled life here on earth. By very nature we have been created to seek connections with others of similiar species.
defined as :connections
plural of con·nec·tion (Noun)
Noun;A relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something else.
This is such a powerful necessity that websites such as Facebook, Linkedin, Blogger, WordPress and many others have built a tremendous platform by bridging the gap through which these exchanges and interactions can happen between individuals from virtually all around the world. Personally, I am a lover of connections. I love meeting new people, learning new things and expanding my intellectual property as much as the next person.
However, I am going to assert, that real connections start with real people who have first made a connection with themselves as well as a power greater than themselves. For me that would be God, but it could be whomever you choose. It is not until we connect with ourselves, know ourselves, and are able to graciously accept the good and bad about ourselves that we really have something of value to offer to someone else. It seems that with all the demands of today, we women are finding that harder and harder to do. When I think of my daughter, it is really important to me that she sees the beauty in herself first. As soon as she realizes what a gift she has to offer to others just by merely believing in and cherishing herself, there will be no stopping her.
There is nothing more beautiful than a woman or man, who sees themselves in such a positive way. The beauty that they share with others will flow, radiating from themselves and it will be contagious. Let me be the person to help you see yourself the way I see you. Let me show you moments frozen in connectivity with something that comes from within yourself and intoxicates those around you. It’s there…I see it. If you do great, lets freeze it and if you don’t, let me show you your own beauty through my lens.