Mary Anne Evans, known under the pen name of George Eliot, said: “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.”
Who do you want to be? Mary Anne Evans was a leading writer of the Victorian era. She wrote under a male pen name so her works would be taken seriously. She didn’t let the cultural constraints of her time hold her back from being a novelist, journalist and translator. This week, be who you’re meant to be. Start the real work of life, the expression of who you truly are. The world is waiting to experience the richness of your gifts.
Until next time, remember – it’s your divine life, live it to the fullest. The power is in your hands!
With Purpose & Power,
Contributed by Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy, Ph.D., MBA.
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