When one trusts oneself, there is creative energy released for universal service. When you trust yourself to keep the commitments you make for yourself, you are more free to give in the world; in your community.
In the 21st Century, community has taken on a more inclusive meaning; our communities are no longer limited by geographical confines. In both my work and personal relationships, my community continues to grow beyond the region in which I reside. The tools of the day remind me that I get to choose who I consider part of my community. The connection that builds community is based on trust.
When self-trust is proven and present, one sees the world in a more positive and loving way. When we feel good about who we are, we are better equipped to offer ourselves in our communities. Grounded in the faith that I will be okay, I am freed to confidently give from the core of who I am.
Confidently committed to my brand of love – clarity of what it is I give in this world – I continue to build my community. Consistently living a brand – one by one – connects us one with another. As you know more of who you are, as you trust who you are more and more, the world community is influenced to become better.