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Counselor's Inspiration

You can choose to be great or average, ordinary or extraordinary, healthy or unhealthy, intelligent or ignorant, successful or unsuccessful. Whatever you become, it's totally up to you. Refuse to accept mediocrity.

Spend time working on valuing and appreciating your greatest asset-YOU.  Find ways to properly care for your body, heart, mind, and spirit. If you don't love and value yourself, others won't either, and you cannot expect them to do so either.  

In the words of Mahummed Ali, "The man who views his life at 50 the same way he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life." Raise the level of expectancy; change what you see!

Education is not reform students or amuse them or to make expert technicians.  Is to unsettle their minds, widen their horizons, influence their  intellects, teach them to think straight, if possible.
                                                                 Robert M. Hutchins

Watch your words. Words have the power to build or destroy. More importantly, what we say cannot be taken back. It's like squeezing toothpaste from its tube; once it's out, you cannot put it back in its tube. "Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speak."

No one is perfect; we shouldn't expect them to be. When we hold others to the standard of perfection, we often become disappointed. We must give people room to fail; this is not license to demonstrate bad character. We must reconcile through love and grace.

Who we are now must have an encounter with who you are destined to become.

We cannot see ourselves the way we are now.  We must see ourselves as what we can become.  We must focus on the potential not the problem, the opportunity not the obstacle!.  When we plant seeds, our focus is on seeing the seed mature to its full state, despite the many struggles it has to endure. Persevere!
    Counselor:  Yolanda Clemons