I Always Knew

At age 9, I knew what type of lifestyle I wanted to live and I knew it entailed me having fun, traveling the world and music.

By age 11, I knew what my gifts were and I knew what I wanted to do to make that lifestyle happen.

At 21, I knew I wanted to change the world with all of the above!


I live my life having fun, doing what I love to do! It provides for my lifestyle and I get to change the world at the same time! But guess what?

It wasn’t always met with open arms and the people who I would have expected (being naive) to support me were sometimes my biggest critics and sometimes the most detrimental to my success.

From childhood, I was told everything I wasn’t going to be. Even at the age I am now, I’ve been told “Oh, you made these mistakes” or  “If you hadn’t done this or that” or “Had you just done this or that” or “So and So is like this or that and you should really be blah blah blah”.…..well…

So what!

No matter what’s happened in your life or mine get a clear understanding that EVERYTHING is synchronized perfectly based on what we’ve asked and believed for.

In addition, no one was a part of the vision given to you at birth thus your steps are ordered.  With God, ALL things are possible, So what’s there to leave out?

When you know what it is that you wish to become, live it…..because you only get one life and this is it.

“Live the truth of who you are, and it will bring out the best you can be.”-Ralph Marston

Welcome to 2011 where life should be phenomenal and it is phenomenal!


Be handled with care and love,




(c) The Temeca Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2011

Original Post Jan 1, 2011


About Temeca

I believe in living authentically. By me being open about the truths we all share, people can connect with their own truths and have a better spiritual walk, health & wellness, healing, healthy relationships, and prosperity in their finances and career. Most importantly, loving others unconditionally "as is", forgiving for good and being happy are keys to a successful life.

Posted on May 23, 2011, in What is My "True North"? and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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