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Hello, loyal readers! So happy we are together once again to share what has been happening. I hope that it will give you faith and encouragement to you. Truthfully, I am beyond excited! Why? It’s been a long journey to finish my audiobook “Masterfully Crafted” in English, however, it has been done! The great news It is now available on various platforms online that I have posted for those that want it.

With that said, I want to share with you about what determination can do. It is defined as persevering toward a difficult goal despite obstacles. Also, been extremely motivated and focused on what you want to achieve. I love the statement Zig Ziglar quoted, “I believe success is achieved by ordinary people with extraordinary determination.”

It is important to note that you will have distractions that will steer you away from your goals and dreams. Listen carefully. Do not let them take you to a path that will delay your achievements. Be diligent and focused on the end results. You will have a sense of victory once you complete it.

Be accountable to yourself along with trusted friends that you can be transparently vulnerable with. Receive wise counsel of what needs to be done. Trust that God will give the strength and the courage to fulfill the plan at hand. Don’t let that enemy called procrastination live with you. It paralyzes you and brings fear as a roommate to hinder success.

Look in the mirror and celebrate the person looking back at you. That person is valuable, lovable, and invincible. When you speak words of affirmation, something very special will occur. You will be your own best friend. You will be unstoppable because you overcame it by determination!

“God is with us and will uphold us with His righteous right hand, giving us the strength and determination, we need to succeed.” Isaiah 41:10

Peace, Love, and Joy!

Sandra Ivette Miranda

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Hi, loyal readers! Have you ever asked yourself, am I making a difference to myself and others around me? If your answer is, I don’t think I’m making a huge impact. I want to specifically talk to you about this topic. How can you have a positive effect on your surroundings?

Pablo Picasso stated, “the meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” What is inside of you, your talents, your experiences, and your purpose are the gifts you give to others. Don’t hide them nor set them aside. Develop, manage, and impart who you are with those that want it.

The world needs you. Only you can deliver that unique gift. You are a one of a kind living masterpiece designed by God. Your knowledge, wisdom, sense of humor, and compassion are some of the treasures you will give away. This extraordinary experience is one of greatest accomplishments you will have.

You will be doing what you were meant to do. You will feel a sense of fulfillment and joy that cannot be explained in words. When you find what you love to do, what you are good at, and what would help others, you attain purposefulness. You will wake up every morning knowing you are making a difference. My friend, that is the true meaning of life!!!

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Peace, Love, and Joy!

Sandra Ivette Miranda

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Hi, loyal readers! Have you ever been profoundly affected by a circumstance where you were not able to speak at all? Yet the only thing that came gushing out of you were burning tears. Your answer is, yes? Those tears loudly spoke volumes when the words became silently muted.

What happens when we cry? When we cry for extended periods of time, our body releases oxytocin and endorphins. These feel-good hormones help diminish our physical and/or emotional pain. The endorphins once they’re released will cause the body to become a more relaxed stage. Meanwhile, oxytocin provides a sense of calm and wellbeing.

According to, emotional tears contain more stress hormones and natural painkillers than other types of tears. They serve a therapeutic role, also known as “a good cry.” Emotional crying, which tends to make you feel better, may be a part of the healing process. With that said, don’t bottle your emotions in. Let your tears flow to communicate what you are feeling!

After you have released all that is inside of you, rest your spirit, mind, and body to recuperate. You will find yourself refreshed and renewed with a new perspective. After you have cried out your emotions, let peace enter your heart. Later, take the moment to write your experience down. Let love and joy wrap themselves like a warm blanket for you to cuddle up!

“Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted.” Matthew 5:4

Peace, Love, and Joy!

Sandra Ivette Miranda

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