This is not a, “TO Do” List, rather it’s a series of healthy suggestions filled with helpful truths and principles to help you gain and keep your freedom, peace and power as you remain productive.

1.-Remember and review your victories (big and small) by speaking them out loud to yourself with much gratitude and thankfulness. You are victorious, talk like it!

2.-Meet each new day trusting that you will make right choices at the right time. Don’t let your emotions deceive you.

3.-Expect continuous and increasing growth where you need it. Move forward without even a glance over your shoulder to what is now the past unless it’s to celebrate victories.  

4.-Avoid deliberate negative thinking, speaking and actions.

5.-Take time, or make time, to read & learn every day. Seek to keep advancing yourself in every area by learning and applying what you learned. .

6.-Beware of thinking that you can make it alone. It’s good to have people who love and support you and will tell you the truth.

7.-Dissolve dysfunctional relationships and choose positive, clean living friends. Although we can’t control everything that happens, we can choose to surround ourselves with good people and healthy things.

8.-Remember to stand firm against criticism, negativity, grieving over the past. Your thoughts will determine your life so think healthy.

9.-Choose to live in thankfulness, gratitude and appreciation. These healthy attitudes will help keep you grounded and renewed.

Richard Martinez

Transformation Expert

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Why do we need to experience pain if we are truly going to love and be loved?

Trust is that love and pain are born in the same place. Love is birthed in a “womb” and this womb is a place of vulnerability and intimacy. Vulnerability causes us to be susceptible to different levels of pain. This is why one must come to a personal conclusion if love is worth the risk. There is a, “counting the cost” involved in love but this counting the cost is in the very nature of love itself.

When you are willing to make yourself vulnerable to someone you are essentially communicating to him or her that you are willing to give them your heart. Your heart is valuable to you therefore this shows your value for them. It shows that you trust and value them enough to have a level of intimacy or in-to-me-u-see. This in turn causes them to feel valued, trusted, respected, heard, understood or in one word, Loved.

Understand this, love is as food and water, without it we die (internally). I encourage you to “count the cost”, to love and to become easy to be loved. Let people in. In-to-me-u-see. This is where the love is born.

Then comes the issue of getting hurt. Since our hearts are valuable shouldn’t we guard them? It’s out of your heart that springs forth the issues of life therefore yes you must learn to guard your heart. What does it look like to guard your heart in a healthy way? I say, “healthy way” because many guard their hearts with defense mechanisms such as, anger. Anger says, “I’ll hurt you before you hurt me”. It’s a defense mechanism. Defense mechanisms hinder love and truth from entering into our hearts (Closing up & avoiding things can be another defense mechanism that’s robs us from truth and love).

So what does the “healthy” way look like? It looks like you being clear on who you are & who you are not (true humility). It is you knowing your identity and your value. Only than can you be confident about letting people into your heart space. Why? First, because you know who you are therefore can affectively give yourself to another and be able to receive the love in return. And secondly, because you value yourself therefore would not allow someone to abuse you in any way.

Therefore the, “healthy way” has nothing to do with what people are doing or not doing. It has to do with your own personal internal reality. When you have a peace and confidence within it will manifest itself outwardly too. We guard our hearts not through defense mechanisms but rather through the confidence and freedom we have within through knowing our true identity and value. With it comes to relationships we must be bold as a lion & yet gentle as a dove. Be bold because of the risk of getting hurt & gently because the opportunity to love and be loved.

Richard Martinez

Transformation Expert

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Once upon a time, using social media was a simple routine. Most people only ever really had to think about Myspace and Facebook. It took all of 10 minutes to log in, check up on both, and happily carry on with the rest of your day. Slowly but surely though, staying on top of social media accounts has turned into a ridiculous circus. Everyone’s caught up in a maze of hashtags, filters, news feeds, trending topics, livestreams, challenges, reblogs and whatever new rituals each social network has brewing in the works. It’s gotten to the point that social media feels less like interacting, and more like filing information for public consumption.

Even though using social media has become an overwhelming experience for many, abandoning it altogether isn’t exactly the answer to resolving the mess. Social media has evolved into an indispensable part of life that informs the majority of how people communicate today. This means that giving up on social media would only result in a situation of unnecessary isolation. Rather than throwing in the towel, making a few painless adjustments to how you use social media can help reign in the confusion and actually lead to meaningful connection with others on these networks. Here are a few tips on sensible ways to gain control of social media:

1.Stop trying to be a jack of all trades

It’s a natural instinct for people to try and stay current with new trends. As social media multiplies and progresses, this has created a scenario in which people constantly subscribe to new networks even though it’s inevitable to lose track of them all. Rather than spreading yourself thin, choose to focus on a small selection of sites that are actually relevant to your social needs. Focusing on three or four networks makes it easier to manage the quality of activity happening on each account.

2. Pick networks that are compatible with your lifestyle.

Just because Facebook has 1 Billion users doesn’t mean you have to be one of them. Just because 500 million tweets are published on twitter every day doesn’t mean your voice has to chime in on all that traffic. Social networks are like outfits. It’s a harsh truth but not everyone is meant to pull off certain looks. The best way to get memorable experiences out of social media is to choose formats that match how you like to express yourself. If taking photographs appeals to you more than conversation, an image-based site like Instagram or Flickr would be more suited to your needs. If you’re the type of person who has a lot to say but not much to show, choosing a blogging platform like tumblr or Reddit would provide more fulfilling encounters. If filming sounds more fun, vlogging on YouTube would certainly be more rewarding than struggling with other sites. The more naturally self-expression happens, the more authentically you’ll be able to present yourself to the world.

3.Keep it simple.

Diving into social media as if it’s life and death is a recipe for disaster. Social media should complement the real-world relationships we form with people – not replace them. Social media should flavor how we relate to others rather than entirely define our connections. Taking social media too seriously is a slippery slope to oversharing and overexposure. It compels people to live life constantly seeking approval from others. Even worse, taking social media too seriously eliminates the filter of decency that would otherwise stop us from needlessly expressing controversial and inappropriate views.

If keeping track of your social media starts to feel more like work than a pastime, it’s probably a sign that you should reevaluate whether you are trying to do too much. Focusing on the networks that make it easy to express yourself is usually the best way to eliminate the stress of having to keep up with the ever-changing chore of being logged in. A decision to simplify your social media, is a decision to streamline your life. Check out RISE Programs’ Blogs for more helpful advice, and remember to share this post with your friends and family.

Author: Daniel Otianga

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Well-developed individuals will learn how meet their needs for love, intimacy, nurture, and fellowship through functional loving relationships. Life evolves around people therefore the more skilled we are in interpersonal skills the more successful and happy we will be. Whether in family life, personal life, professional life, school life, church life and whatever other type of life interpersonal skills is essential yet most people are very ill equipped to manage themselves well let alone relationships well.

So much of what we consider today as nutrition is really just a secondary source of our life source and healthy energy. Love is one of the most if not the most important things for our health and happiness. When most think about health they think, “Diet” & “Exercise” right? When most people think of happiness they think of, “Family, passions, comfort & pleasure”. What most don’t realize is that both are powerful ingredients to our personal health and happiness.

This love isn’t just a love between two people it’s a love between a person and their life. It’s having a sense of thankfulness and gratitude towards life and the people in it. Love feeds us, yet doesn’t come on a plate. We can gain healthy sources of love in things such as a meaningful spiritual practice, a passionate and inspiring career, regular physical activity and loving relationships that feed your soul and your passion for living and enjoying your life.

Richard Martinez

Transformation Expert

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I have search and read many definitions of LOVE but the Bible to me has the best description of what love looks like.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8
“Love never gives up.
Love cares more for others than for self.
Love doesn’t want what it doesn’t have.
Love doesn’t strut,
Doesn’t have a swelled head,
Doesn’t force itself on others,
Isn’t always “me first,”
Doesn’t fly off the handle,
Doesn’t keep score of the sins of others,
Doesn’t revel when others grovel,
Takes pleasure in the flowering of truth,
Puts up with anything,
Trusts God always,
Always looks for the best,
Never looks back,
But keeps going to the end.
“Love never dies”

In verse 4 another translations goes like this, “love suffer long and is kind…”
What does it mean when it says, “suffers long”? Love involves sacrifice. We can sacrifice and not love, but we cannot love and not sacrifice. Anyone can give something that is expensive but it’s a whole other thing to give away something that is valuable. It takes sacrifice to give something away that is valuable.
It feels like is cost much more when we don’t “feel” like doing or giving it. Love is this way, many times we do not “feel” like doing or giving it and we value our “feelings” and “wants” so much, it takes sacrifice to give them up in order to love someone else. I believe learning to love is the truest and foundational calling on our all of our lives.

In todays culture love & lust, & Joy & pleasure are being confused and mixed up. When pleasure becomes the goal in life and relationships things get weird. God likes pleasure and made it for us but when it becomes a focus in our life our relationships it will begin to rob us of Joy & Love.
Love is not love until it cost you something to give it away. Love suffers long and if you do not ever want to get hurt or feel pain in your life, you will never have the truest and most powerful form of love. You can have pain & not have love but you cannot have love without pain. The door that opens to love creates the opportunity for pain.

Fellowship of suffering is attaching ourselves to those who are suffering and struggling in the midst of helping them out. When you love someone you will end up loving those who are suffering therefore you will suffer when loving.
Rom. 12:15 Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.

Phil. 3:7-10 But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ. Yet indeed I also count all things loss for the excellence of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord, for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them as rubbish, that I may gain Christ and be found in Him, not having my own righteousness, which is from the law, but that which is through faith in Christ, the righteousness which is from God by faith; that I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death
2Tim. 2:3 You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.

When you love someone who is suffering your soul will begin to suffer with him or her because of the love that ties your souls together. This doesn’t mean to invite people in your life to punish you or to torment you in the name of suffering long. Suffering for Christ does not mean having a martyr spirit & not being able to enjoy like, have money, have pleasure etc… Suffering long is LOVING LONG.

Richard Martinez
Transformation Expert

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Spring is a wonderful time that many look forward to during the depths of winter. For those who suffer seasonal allergies however, this time of year represents unending days of flaring symptoms. The changing weather in spring is especially bad for allergies because thawing temperatures trigger the release of mold and pollen into the atmosphere. Even though allergy symptoms can be uncomfortable, the fact that they aren’t infectious in nature means that minor allergies can be treated using a variety of methods. Essential oils for instance are effective in providing relief from discomfort caused by airborne allergens.

What are Essential Oils?
Essential oils are concentrated, naturally-occurring, chemical compounds which are extracted in their purest form from plants. Concentration is an integral characteristic of essential oils because this is what makes them curative. The dense molecules in essential oils change quickly from a solid to gaseous state at room temperature, which gives them strong fragrance. This is also what makes these oils beneficial for therapies that require aromatic dispersion, topical application or ingestion. Essential oils particularly fight allergy symptoms by neutralizing inflammation and supplementing detoxification which is routinely performed by the immune system. Essential oils are thus an organic way to both tackle allergy symptoms and bolster the immune system against infection. There are a plethora of choices to pick from when it comes to essential oils, but here are four trending alternatives this season:

1. Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender essential oil has a sweet floral aroma. It also contains anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine properties which help treat skin conditions and alleviate respiratory allergies.

Lavender oil is usually applied topically. It can be applied by:
· Diluting 1-2 drops into a carrier oil such as everyday fragrance-free moisturizer, and applied directly onto desired areas of the skin.
· Directly massaging 1-2 drops onto temples, wrists, or the forehead.
Lavender essential oil has a very strong aroma so test it sparingly before use to determine if its scent causes any discomfort.

2. Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint essential oil has a strong, minty, aroma. It also contains expectorant, muscle relaxant, and anti-inflammatory properties which help reduce sinus irritation, release phlegm, and relieve coughing by inhibiting tracheal muscle spasms.

Peppermint oil is usually applied topically or consumed orally. It can be applied by:
· Open-air inhalation of up to 5 drops.
· Direct ingestion of 1-2 drops.
· Diluting 1-2 drops into a glass of water or a suitable beverage.
· Diluting 1-2 drops into a carrier oil which has a neutral or compatible fragrance.
Peppermint essential oil has a very strong aroma so before inhaling or ingesting it, test it sparingly with limited open-air exposure to determine if its fragrance causes any discomfort.

3. Lemon Essential Oil
Lemon essential oil has a tropical citrus aroma. It contains antiseptic properties which inhibit the growth of bacteria, stimulate immune system functions, and eliminate airborne allergy triggers.

Lemon oil is usually applied orally or combined with other solutions to create unique detergents. It can be applied by:
· Diluting 1-2 drops into a glass of water or a suitable beverage.
· Diluting up to 5 drops per quart of water used to wipe away soaps or cleaning solutions.
Lemon essential oil has a subtle but persistent aroma which most people associate with freshness.

4. Tea Tree Essential Oil
Tea tree oil has a rustic, arboreal aroma. It contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties which destroy pathogens and actively neutralize irritation caused by bacteria, yeasts, and fungi.

Tea Tree oil is usually applied topically. It can be applied by:
· Dissolving 2-3 drops onto a clean cotton-ball and swabbing affected areas of the skin.
· Diluting 1-2 drops into a few ounces of a carrier oil which has a neutral or compatible fragrance, dissolving this solution into a cotton-ball, and swabbing affected areas of the skin with this mixture.
Tea tree essential oil is especially effective against skin irritations because of its antiseptic qualities. It is one of the oldest and most popular topical essential oils.

When used as directed, essential oils shouldn’t cause any reactions or complications. However, if you happen to be particularly prone to allergies, always exercise caution before consuming any unknown substances. Do not exceed recommended dosages and do not ingest essential oils without guidance from a medical professional.

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Spring Cleaning Made Easy in 3 Steps

Well, it’s that time of year again. Skies are clearing, flowers are blooming and sunny spring is in the air. It always feels invigorating to step outdoors and find balmy weather after months of shutting in during the winter. All the sunshine, fresh air and warmth create the perfect inspiration to take on everyone’s not so favorite chore – spring cleaning. As tedious as it may seem, spring cleaning happens to be a critical component of health and wellness. Spring cleaning provides an opportunity to practice hygiene that is otherwise neglected because of difficulty or lack of time. Spending time in environments that are never spring-cleaned exposes people to dust and debris. At best, all this dust and debris is unpleasant to see, at worst however, it may cause health complications or even injury.


Rather than thinking about spring cleaning as an ordinary chore, think of it as an investment in your health. Living and working in an organized and spotless environment contributes to efficient ergonomics and reduces frustration. In this sense, spring cleaning is a habit which stands to increase productivity and lower stress. For those who don’t know where to start in terms of actually going about this task, here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your effort to spring clean:

Make a List

A lot of people start out spring cleaning with the best of intentions, but get overwhelmed along the way and give up on doing a thorough job. One of the reasons this happens is because of a lack of strategy in their approach. Taking some time to itemize exactly what it is that needs cleaning creates better awareness of exactly how much work is necessary, and how long it will take. Depending on how big a space you need to clean, it may even be necessary to get help from friends, family or professional cleaners. Instead of just diving in, plan out your procedure so as to save time in the long run.

Stock up on all Cleaning Supplies Pre-emptively

Nothing disrupts the momentum of spring cleaning quite like running out of necessary supplies before the job is done. Even before committing to the chore itself, make sure to have enough detergents, equipment and miscellaneous items necessary to complete each task involved. Since spring cleaning includes elimination of persistent dirt and stains, it’s generally necessary to purchase supplies that aren’t routinely used such as heavy-duty gloves, brushes, face masks, or specialized cleaning solutions. Preparing adequately makes the job seamless and effective.

Save the Easiest Chores for Last

Being strategic is the swiftest way to get the activity of spring cleaning completed. Because you are likelier to be determined and energized at the beginning of the task, this would be the best time to take on ambitious cleaning projects in order to take full advantage of your enthusiasm. Getting heavy-duty tasks out of the way first also increases the chances that whatever needs cleaning the most gets cleaned meticulously. It’s important to pace yourself throughout, and saving the easiest chores for last creates more of a guarantee that the majority of your energy gets used on things that actually need exertion.

With these three easy steps accounted for, all that’s left to do is use a little elbow grease. Even though spring cleaning is something that can take hours and days, at its core it’s not complicated at all. At the end of the day it’s a matter of wanting the best for yourself and being willing to put in work to make sure that your surroundings are fresh whether you are outdoors or not.


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You never really know what an experience is actually is like, of course, until you go through it yourself. This principle rings true especially when it comes to parenting. Having children is a life-changer that affects everyone in their own unique way. I recently read about Beyoncé and Jay Z revealing news about them having twins. This caught my attention because I personally have twins who are now 10 years old. Even though Beyoncé and Jay Z already have one daughter, I think even they would be surprised to discover that raising twins is a totally different story and experience.

Yes, raising children is darn hard work, but worth the journey. The bottom line is that every child is different. They are different from other people’s children, and they are different from their own siblings. So trying to raise them like all other children can result in frustration for you as well as the child.

Having difficulty with your kids?

Disconnection is usually the culprit behind conflicts experienced between parents and children. Connection with your children is important for so many reasons, the biggest being LOVE.

Let’s rethink the way we are raising and training our children. Let’s rethink how to love them in the discipline department. Do mistakes and failures always need to be punished? The parenting model that flows from this mindset presents a “punisher” role for the parent and creates an “outside-in” approach to learning about life for the child. This causes disconnection rather than connection. The goal is to love, and that can only happen through heart-to-heart connection.

Too often we punish and try to control our children out of our own fears and insecurities. When children grow up in an environment where their parents are afraid of mistakes, they learn to fear failure. I myself struggled with this for a long time. Because of the way I grew up, I never felt good enough and felt like a disappointment all the time. An environment of fear and intimidation does just that, it causes disconnect and excessive apprehensiveness over failure.

We should never apply methods of dealing with our kids that build fear instead of love. They are kids! Our children are mistake-makers. They don’t know what you know and haven’t experienced what you have experienced, so be patient with them. They are all on a learning journey just like us. When we become afraid of their mistakes, anxiety begins to control our responses to them and fear becomes the teacher in the home. This is how intimidation has become the main parenting tool for many parents. Using various levels of intimidation, we seek to control them in order to make ourselves feel like “good parents” that have robots kids.

Do you really want fear teaching your children?

We must learn to raise our children from the inside-out, through love, to produce freedom. We should aspire to empower our kids rather than make them afraid to fail. We must develop core values in them and not fears of failure. If we train them in fear, they will only “obey” when we are present. The moment we leave the room, that very obedience will disappear and they will make any impulsive decision they want. This is why we must develop core values within them. When core values are communicated routinely, our children begin to manifest them out of instinct whether we are there or not.

Here are 10 Foundational Parenting Principles

  1. LOVE is ALWAYS the Goal: A parent’s ultimate goal is to equip their children with the ability to healthily give and receive love. It is extremely important that people learn from a young age how to give love to themselves, and others, affectionately. Wise parents will model and teach skills on how to give and receive love. Parents should exemplify greatness in this regard because our lives and actions define so much in children’s developing minds.
  2. Connection and Attention: Many children are love-starved because although their parents are around much of the time, they never really get the attention they need. It is better to spend smaller amounts of quality time with our children without distractions rather than lots of time when we are preoccupied with other activities. Learn to “tune in” to your children at all ages, especially since they go through different seasons having different needs.
  3. A Respect for Obedience and Authority: To be successful in life children must learn to be successful in relationships because life revolves around relationships. We must equip our children to respect the rights and needs of others. All relationships require giving, as well as receiving. Positive parenting denotes that parents be good authority figures for their children. Having a friendship is great, but the positive parental roles of nurturing, supporting, and wise counsel are never truly finished.
  4. Personal Responsibility and Consequences for Actions: Equip your children to make decisions and to take responsibility for their actions. They need to learn that they have the power to make things happen. They need the knowledge to respond to any situation, or be responsible. They also need to know about consequences. As strong authorities in the home, parents must reward good behavior fairly, or deliver discipline swiftly. Children’s behavior and choices must be made to preset rules, responsibilities and limits. A well-managed system of responsibility and consequences creates harmony in the home whereby everyone knows their roles. Again, this should all come from a place of LOVE. Discipline exists to shine light on any areas of weakness and it empowers children to rise up to their true potential.
  5. Security, Consequences, and Self-Esteem: Most children have a deep desire for social approval. This desire informs the development of their identity and purpose. This is why it’s important for parents to express their children’s value out loud to them often. Tell them about their gifts and abilities. Tell them about their potential, and tell them about their possibilities. Call out their greatness! Self-Esteem is a result of a sense of personal self-worth and achievement. Great parents let their children know they are loved unconditionally for who they are, not what they do.
  6. Creative Individuality: Every human being is unique. Even my own kids who are twins are totally different! Ha!  Lazy parents sometimes try to cut corners and treat every child alike. But we must realize that each child has their own strengths and weaknesses. We as parents must be wise and help cultivate their strengths and create a platform for them to shine.
  7. Modeling & Transparency: In case you haven’t noticed, “Don’t do as I do, do as I say,” doesn’t work. Positive and effective parenting requires that we actively practice everything we expect from our kids. You expect them to eat healthy? You better eat healthy! Don’t want your kids cursing? Then don’t curse. Kids learn more from our actions than our words. Along with modeling honesty, projecting openness is also important. Many parents try to hide behind their authority rather than being humble, honest and open with their kids. Transparency is essential for the development of intimate, close and bonded relationships of love and respect.
  8. Need-Fulfillment: Don’t use your kids for your own personal need-fulfillment. They are not toys or pets, they are people! Our job is to encourage the growth of a well-developed, productive, secure, independent, sociable, and responsible adult. If we as parents have unfulfilled emotional needs, we had better go get help and get healed; not take it out on or project that onto our children.
  9. Be Flexible: Parents must learn to develop their kids’ creative potential. As children grow, they change. Good parents are sensitive and flexible to their children’s growth stages. Great parents respond to and encourage growth rather than “reacting” to it. Get a plan to be flexible as they grow because having a plan helps you respond and not react.
  10. Hard Work: Positive parenting is both a need and a calling. There are few things as negative and as painful as having failed as a parent. Likewise there are few things as satisfying and fulfilling as having succeeded as one.

May you grow in your parenting because it truly is one of the most important jobs in the world!

Richard Martinez 

Transformational Expert

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Are you in those stages where you explode for everything?

Suddenly you realize that you are bad all the time, do not get along with your family, your children and much less with yourself?

The worst thing is that you try to look good with everything and everyone but always look bad?

And you definitely feel stuck, you feel with all the flaws of the world and there is nothing in the world that makes you happy?

Much to think about … but mostly many attempts all the time, trying to be and not to be.

It is thought that the strong person is the one who falls, gets up, falls and gets up and puts his happy face back. And I’m afraid to tell you that no, a strong person is the one who falls back on what he is doing wrong, makes him conscious and does everything not to repeat it again. Experience a new way of life, of being.

That’s why I want to talk to you about self-control. Self-control is to live a life with conscience, is to know where you are going … It does not mean that you will not cry or explode, the difference is knowing why you are doing it.

This theme can be applied to all parts of your life, what I will share is a great truth no matter where they live, the age they have or the success obtained so far, this applies to everyone and affects everyone , To get to live with conscience applied what I call “The 5 Laws of Life”, in fact you live with them every day, they are part of your life and I will name them: abundance, free will, integration , Transformation and influence.

To illustrate how these five laws work, which many people have tried to understand, I will share them so that “you” begin to live using them and thus obtain great benefits from them, this will transform your life and you will be ready to get everything you want.

At present we are full of correct information? In fact we have more information than we need in our hands, our phones are small computers that give us access to more information than we will ever use in our lives; Therefore, you have an abundance of information but here comes the good, you have the will or free will to choose what and from that information you are going to give it your attention.

This is where you begin to be aware because you have the power to choose what information you are going to integrate into your life and your beliefs, since that is gradually transforming you with a positive or negative course depending on how good or bad the information is That you choose to integrate into your life.

This begins to transform the world around you, it will become a part of who you are and what you are going to be sowing around you. Something clear in what you can identify what I am naming you is in the food; There is a lot of food on the market and you have to be aware and be careful when using your free choice to acquire what is good for the body and health, observe what there is in food and you will know what you are Putting on your body, you have to be selective and be in full consciousness.

Learn to keep yourself through selecting what you carry to your body and your mind, because believe me that will come to transform you and have a great impact on the way you live, food affects our energy, mood, health and thought … ponder As healthy foods will transform your physical, strength, energy and joy.

When you begin to be more aware of yourself and around you, you will stop feeling depressed, unhappy, believing that everything is bad around you. You will realize how wonderful the world she is and everything that exists in your hands to reach it.

Remember that the power is in you.

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