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Friday, January 13, 2012

Iyanla Vanzant Daily Stimu-Mail – I AM ENOUGH. I HAVE ENOUGH.

Iyanla Vanzant is the founder and executive director of Inner Visions International and the Inner Visions Institute for Spiritual Development. She is the author of 13 titles—including five New York Times bestsellers—and the Inner Visions CD Series. Peace from Broken Pieces: How to Get Through What You’re Going Through has been published by SmileyBooks and available here. Iyanla is a Spiritual Technician. She is a Master Teacher. She is a woman of passion, clear vision and purpose, with a wicked sense of humor. Ordinary? Maybe. We think Dr. Maya Angelou's description is much more appropriate. Iyanla is, by many accounts, a Phenomenal Woman!



Talk plenty.  Think plenty. 
Give plenty thanks.


- Rev. Joe Hill

Open your closet. Do you see shoes, sweaters, pants, dresses? Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look out of the window. Do you see a tree? Grass?  The sky? Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Look at a child. Look at the children, the ideas yet to come, the experiences to be had, the things that must be learned. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look at the sun, the moon, the ocean, the stars. Think of the summer, the winter, the spring, the fall. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Turn on the water in the sink. It comes whether you say thank you or not. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Take a look at the newspaper and ask how many trees it took to make it. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Think of your heart, lungs, kidneys and liver. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Remember that the computer is an attempt to re-create the human mind. You have a mind. Now isn't that plenty?


I Am enough.  I have enough. 



From Acts of Faith   
by Iyanla Vanzant
 Talk plenty.  Think plenty.
Give plenty thanks.

- Rev. Joe Hill

Open your closet. Do you see shoes, sweaters, pants, dresses? Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look out of the window. Do you see a tree? Grass?  The sky? Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Look at a child. Look at the children, the ideas yet to come, the experiences to be had, the things that must be learned. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look at the sun, the moon, the ocean, the stars. Think of the summer, the winter, the spring, the fall. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Turn on the water in the sink. It comes whether you say thank you or not. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Take a look at the newspaper and ask how many trees it took to make it. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Think of your heart, lungs, kidneys and liver. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Remember that the computer is an attempt to re-create the human mind. You have a mind. Now isn't that plenty?


I Am enough.  I have enough. 



From Acts of Faith   
by Iyanla Vanzant


Talk plenty.  Think plenty. 
Give plenty thanks.


- Rev. Joe Hill

Open your closet. Do you see shoes, sweaters, pants, dresses? Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look out of the window. Do you see a tree? Grass?  The sky? Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Look at a child. Look at the children, the ideas yet to come, the experiences to be had, the things that must be learned. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Look at the sun, the moon, the ocean, the stars. Think of the summer, the winter, the spring, the fall. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Turn on the water in the sink. It comes whether you say thank you or not. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Take a look at the newspaper and ask how many trees it took to make it. Now, remind yourself you have plenty. Think of your heart, lungs, kidneys and liver. Now, remind yourself you have plenty.  Remember that the computer is an attempt to re-create the human mind. You have a mind. Now isn't that plenty?


I Am enough.  I have enough. 



From Acts of Faith   
by Iyanla Vanzant

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