Shifting: Reflections, Lessons and Legacy
Family and Personal Growth, Spiritual Growth, Self-Help,
Date Published: May 2022
Publisher: Mystery Eyes Publications
Remember to always SPEAK LIFE into YOURSELF!
Prayer changes everything!
My mother passed 8 years ago, right before Mother’s Day. I did a post to uplift during the pandemic and my post went viral. After getting over 800,000 views about my post about my mom and my last Mother’s Day gift, I decided to share my story. Waving to Dorothy Mae Roberson and wishing I could call Heaven.
I can honestly say not one day has passed without thoughts of her. I miss her dearly but death is a part of life that the living must embrace. The gift that comes from death is that it will teach you to appreciate time! It really is a gift.
So for those who still have the opportunity to appreciate your gift by all means do it. Be present and enjoy your moments before they become a precious memory! Ask the hard questions, write down the recipes, put down your cell, smell the roses and know your loved ones wishes!
The richest place in the world is the grave because many wonderful ideas and thoughts end there. Be a legacy carrier and remember love never dies when you carry them in your heart!
About the Author
Sharon Rowe is an experienced care manager with twenty-seven years experience in social services in industries like hospital and healthcare and in the field of domestic violence. She has a Master of Science degree in Human Services Administration with a concentration in Non-Profit Management. In her new book, Greatness is a Choice: Shifting: Reflections, Lessons and Legacy, she hopes to inspire readers to stay strong, keep going, and pray. "We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone." Her goal each and every day is to "Be the Change I wish to See" by "Making a Positive Difference" in the world and the lives of others.
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