Discipled Men & Women of Wisdom 

          Manifesting Men & Women of Wisdom through Prayer, Process & Proverbs.

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Parker's Perspective Page
copyright September 2017

PARKER'S PERSPECTIVE #1
FREE YOUR MIND

When you feel boxed in, lost, out of control or you don't know what to do, you are not out of options. Talk To Someone. Sometimes All It Takes Is Opening Your Mind To A Healthy New Perspective.

~Lady Flora 11/19/2017

PARKER'S PERSPECTIVE #2
BREATHE IT IN

Enjoy the small things in life. Small things accumulate into experiences. These experiences form into memories. Memories dictate our thought process. Our thoughts govern our perspective on life. Our perspective is the driving force to every action and reaction we have to other people, places and things.

~Lady Flora 11/20/2017

PARKER'S PERSPECTIVE #3

POWER TO CHANGE

When you are feeling weak or insignificant, remember that everyone and everything began with a thought. So, examine your thoughts. Renewed thoughts will cause you to transform and give you the power to change yourself and your atmosphere. If the only thing you have the power to change is your mind, you have the power to change the world.

~Lady Flora 11/21/2017

PARKER'S PERSPECTIVE #4

ABSORB  ACCOMPLISHMENT ACCOLADES

Always allow yourself to be mentally active in positive moments long enough to absorb the joy of accolades and praise. Our brains need repetition of thought in order for the thoughts to move from short term memory to long term memory. If we don't allow ourselves time in these precious moments, we defeat the purpose of the praise being given. However, we enhance our lives with building blocks of positive memories, when we take time to build our mental fortitude by being physically and mentally aware in these valuable blocks of time.  

~Lady Flora 11/22/2017

PARKER'S PERSPECTIVE #5

KNOW YOUR WORTH

Know your worth according to your creator. You are fearfully and wondrously made. You are ROYALTY. You are worth the time it takes to make sure you stay that way. Your mental health care is just as important as your physical healthcare. Don't Isolate and hide the pain any longer. Your care is not a dirty little secret. The mental trauma may be affecting more of your family members. What you thought was a secret may not be a secret at all. It is more of a failure to speak up.

LET'S START TALKING.
~Lady Flora 11/23/2017