Having a Voice

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, October 17, 2011


Growing into yourself is a life long journey.

When we are younger, we tend to hold back on our expression because
we fear the repercussions of our actions.

We worry about being judged or abandoned by our loved ones, friends or coworkers.

As one ages, our self worth strengthens through the wisdom of living.

Through the years, we come to realize that what we voice to others is our own self expression of who we are.

One learns that speaking their truth for the higher good of all involved is key to the soul's evolvement.

As we begin to speak our thoughts and feelings out loud, our true self is revealed.

The grace of aging allows this voice to be heard.

Everyone requires acknowledgement.

When I was 14, I was voted most quiet in my class.

I knew that my classmates were going to choose me for that title.

It upset me because I didn't view myself in this light.

Inside, I knew I had so much to say, but no one was present enough to listen as they were tied to their own agenda based on their youth.

As I evolved and formed my identity throughout the years, I found my voice.

Around the age of 30, I reached a turning point in my life.

This was the time period on my path when I began to awakened to all that surrounded me.

Clarity arrived to the forefront of my consciousness

Each and every year thereafter, I became wiser and wiser and felt the comfort of my inner self.

There is so much beauty in the aging process.

What once felt awkward, no longer has any power over you.

Insecurities fall by the wayside and self love fill its space.

Your voice becomes your core expression for all who are willing to listen.

You form your own circle of energy that resonates with your vibration.

You live life fully and without doubt.

Aging is God's voice shouting joyously to your soul to love the process of life.


















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Having a Voice

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, October 17, 2011


Growing into yourself is a life long journey.

When we are younger, we tend to hold back on our expression because
we fear the repercussions of our actions.

We worry about being judged or abandoned by our loved ones, friends or coworkers.

As one ages, our self worth strengthens through the wisdom of living.

Through the years, we come to realize that what we voice to others is our own self expression of who we are.

One learns that speaking their truth for the higher good of all involved is key to the soul's evolvement.

As we begin to speak our thoughts and feelings out loud, our true self is revealed.

The grace of aging allows this voice to be heard.

Everyone requires acknowledgement.

When I was 14, I was voted most quiet in my class.

I knew that my classmates were going to choose me for that title.

It upset me because I didn't view myself in this light.

Inside, I knew I had so much to say, but no one was present enough to listen as they were tied to their own agenda based on their youth.

As I evolved and formed my identity throughout the years, I found my voice.

Around the age of 30, I reached a turning point in my life.

This was the time period on my path when I began to awakened to all that surrounded me.

Clarity arrived to the forefront of my consciousness

Each and every year thereafter, I became wiser and wiser and felt the comfort of my inner self.

There is so much beauty in the aging process.

What once felt awkward, no longer has any power over you.

Insecurities fall by the wayside and self love fill its space.

Your voice becomes your core expression for all who are willing to listen.

You form your own circle of energy that resonates with your vibration.

You live life fully and without doubt.

Aging is God's voice shouting joyously to your soul to love the process of life.


















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Having a Voice

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, October 17, 2011


Growing into yourself is a life long journey.

When we are younger, we tend to hold back on our expression because
we fear the repercussions of our actions.

We worry about being judged or abandoned by our loved ones, friends or coworkers.

As one ages, our self worth strengthens through the wisdom of living.

Through the years, we come to realize that what we voice to others is our own self expression of who we are.

One learns that speaking their truth for the higher good of all involved is key to the soul's evolvement.

As we begin to speak our thoughts and feelings out loud, our true self is revealed.

The grace of aging allows this voice to be heard.

Everyone requires acknowledgement.

When I was 14, I was voted most quiet in my class.

I knew that my classmates were going to choose me for that title.

It upset me because I didn't view myself in this light.

Inside, I knew I had so much to say, but no one was present enough to listen as they were tied to their own agenda based on their youth.

As I evolved and formed my identity throughout the years, I found my voice.

Around the age of 30, I reached a turning point in my life.

This was the time period on my path when I began to awakened to all that surrounded me.

Clarity arrived to the forefront of my consciousness

Each and every year thereafter, I became wiser and wiser and felt the comfort of my inner self.

There is so much beauty in the aging process.

What once felt awkward, no longer has any power over you.

Insecurities fall by the wayside and self love fill its space.

Your voice becomes your core expression for all who are willing to listen.

You form your own circle of energy that resonates with your vibration.

You live life fully and without doubt.

Aging is God's voice shouting joyously to your soul to love the process of life.


















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