The Song You Sing is the Legacy You Leave

Original Painting by Toni Imsen
Original Painting by Toni Imsen

Today’s post is written by our Brave Artist Toni Imsen.

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What you say about yourself when you look in the mirror shapes your identity.

You will reflect what you see and give your message to the world.

The song you sing about yourself is the legacy you will leave behind you.

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Original Photograph by Toni Imsen
Original Photograph by Toni Imsen

What and who you are measuring yourself by matters.

You are perfect just the way you are.

Comparison kills creativity.

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Background Image Credit - Google Photo Images Quote by Eleanor Roosevelt Graphic Design - Toni Imsen
Background Image Credit – Google Photo Images
Quote by Eleanor Roosevelt – Graphic Design by Toni Imsen

When you allow criticism to absorb into your being, it changes who you are.

You have authority regarding what goes into you and what comes out of you.

No one can make you feel inferior without your consent, even you.

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Original Photograph by Toni Imsen
Original Photograph by Toni Imsen

The song you sing is the legacy you leave for those who come behind you.

The words you say have the power to stay, and words influence generations.

The pictures you paint can create an inheritance for those who are seeking eternity.

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Dare to dream.

Create your vision.

Be Brave.

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Toni is an artist, an author and an activist who spends her time creating works of art to bring love and light to the world. She writes with a purpose to encourage and empower humanity. Toni married her wonderful husband in 1990, is the mother of 3 beautiful human beings, and the grandmother of 1. Toni is an ordained minister, a business leader, and a former homemaker. You may visit her website at Toniimsen.com.

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