I personally want to welcome you to my website. The purpose of FAR Enterprises is to be a message of hope and a ministry of deliverance to women nationwide. Furthermore, this ministry is about women knowing their identity through the eyes of God! When FAR first launched we were just a magazine publication, but TODAY is our NEW DAY! In addition to the magazine, FAR has now evolved into a women's network, books, yearly conference, radio show, webinar, prayer movement, jewelry and much more...
In order to fulfill your authentic purpose, I encourage women not to look back but to look up. When we as women find it difficult to rest in God, we shine light on those areas of anxiety and discomfort to know that through the principles of faith, favor, fortune and fortitude, we have been destined to reign! When you connect with FAR, you not only connect with all that I do, but above all you connect with the heart of God. When your heart is pure, your beauty is PRICELESS! We serve a King who desires our beauty to shine from the inside out.
Ladies, "if your shoes are untied you will trip, if they stay untied you will fall. Don't be your own stumbling block!" Lets connect together and live FAR ABOVE RUBIES! Everyday! The bible says, "A wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands a foolish one tears it down." Proverbs 14:1 It is time for us to build and fortify our hearts, homes, communities and be healed.
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Healing Chronicles Part 3
Welcome to Part 3 of the Healing Chronicles-The New Normal. We have been on this journey of healing for the month of February. I don't know about you, but this series has truly blessed my soul as I grieve the loss of my baby brother. If you have been reading the blogs/newsletters or listening to the new podcast, week 1 we discussed what happens at ground zero. Week 2 we talked about acceptance and this week we are discussing the new normal. I know grief is not a topic that we tend to talk about at the dinner table or church, but we need to because we all have experienced what grief feels like at some point in our lives.
After the funeral and repass the house becomes really quiet but it also becomes filled with memories. You began to feel the presence of your loved one. You also remember familiar things that they use to say. You will find yourself sitting down at the breakfast table and just before a tear falls, your thoughts go to something that your loved one said or did and you have this chuckle inside of you that begins to give you a smile.
Mentally however there is a shift. Your thought process is no longer the same. Now when you see their clothes and go through their belongings its not about getting them washed and folded, its about giving them to someone who may need it or would appreciate it. Everything you see and touch concerning your loved one holds value. The new normal has so many emotional variances. Some days you find yourself turning the corner and thinking they will be there. Some days you just stare at their picture and talk to them and other days you just don't want to talk about it at all. You finally start returning to your normal routines. Some days are better than others but you put one foot before the other and press forward.