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Your Unique Wings

finding your wayI wonder about the life of the butterfly. They’re such beautiful and delicate creatures. And yet, within their beauty lies such great strength, a strength I am intrigued by and wanting to emulate. During my writing of A Place Called Peace, I researched the scientific purpose of butterfly wings, and compared how their purpose relates to the human experience. My findings were fascinating.

Here’s a snippet of what I discovered …

When a caterpillar wraps itself inside the cocoon, it is fully aware of what it will become once it reforms and emerges as a butterfly. It immediately gets to work at putting the wings to use. The butterfly is fully aware of its demise if it doesn’t put its natural gifts to use.

Unlike the butterfly, we do not enter the world with ideas of our natural gifts. Rather, many of us are brought up in an environment which usually dictates which direction we will go. Individual gifts are often over-looked while we are groomed into adulthood. Individuality takes the back-seat to conformity. Living a life contrary to your truth will put you in hiding. For myself, it took many years of unhappiness before I realized what was missing from my life – the discovery and acknowledgment of my own unique gifts – my butterfly wings.

Just like the wings of the butterfly, we all have our own unique gifts, and by using these gifts, you will open your world to entirely new ideas, hopes and dreams. Take the time to discover your wings so you can fly!

Believe In You,
Glenda

A Place Called Peace, by Glenda K. Harrison

You can find more from Glenda on her website, glendakharrison.com. 

You can find her book, A Place Called Peace, on Amazon. Link provided is an affiliate link. Thank you!

Glenda K. Harrison

From the runway to your personal closet, be it advice on the proper attire, or suggestions on how to live life to the fullest, readers throughout the world are being inspired by connecting to “So What to Twenty”, a style blog by creator, author, and freelance style contributor, Glenda K. Harrison, graduate of the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising with a degree in Marketing and Merchandising. Although fashion and style are important to her, Harrison's real passion is reminding others of the importance of self-love and using one's God-given gifts and talents. Her blog inspires readers to view fashion as an all-encompassing vehicle and encourages women to explore their personal gifts, style, power, and, most importantly, inner beauty. Harrison has been quoted saying, "I view my clothing as the cast of characters in my life, and together we tell the story of Glenda." The death of her mother spurred Harrison to launch A Daughter's Heart in 2008, a cancer support service that partnered with hospitals to provide love and support to women undergoing cancer treatment. She put aside that work to focus on her lifelong dream of touching lives through her writing and her passionate point of view on the subject of style. Harrison has authored an inspirational memoir titled, A Place Called Peace, and, True Style: A Look Beyond the Surface. Both available on CreateSpace eStore and Amazon.

Glenda K. Harrison

From the runway to your personal closet, be it advice on the proper attire, or suggestions on how to live life to the fullest, readers throughout the world are being inspired by connecting to “So What to Twenty”, a style blog by creator, author, and freelance style contributor, Glenda K. Harrison, graduate of the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising with a degree in Marketing and Merchandising. Although fashion and style are important to her, Harrison's real passion is reminding others of the importance of self-love and using one's God-given gifts and talents. Her blog inspires readers to view fashion as an all-encompassing vehicle and encourages women to explore their personal gifts, style, power, and, most importantly, inner beauty. Harrison has been quoted saying, "I view my clothing as the cast of characters in my life, and together we tell the story of Glenda." The death of her mother spurred Harrison to launch A Daughter's Heart in 2008, a cancer support service that partnered with hospitals to provide love and support to women undergoing cancer treatment. She put aside that work to focus on her lifelong dream of touching lives through her writing and her passionate point of view on the subject of style. Harrison has authored an inspirational memoir titled, A Place Called Peace, and, True Style: A Look Beyond the Surface. Both available on CreateSpace eStore and Amazon.

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Stacey

Thursday 7th of April 2016

Beautiful! One of my favorite quotes is :Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over... it became a butterfly".

Glenda

Thursday 7th of April 2016

Absolutely Stacey. That is a beautiful quote.

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