I stay in “vision-mode,” as I simultaneously remain in prayer 24/7.

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I stay in “vision-mode,” as I simultaneously remain in prayer 24/7…

…It’s not always what I want to see, but rather what I allow myself to see. This is the future possibilities I can now choose to pursue or avoid…

I also take liberty to revise course corrections, so I ultimately don’t despise my inactions.

Onto the glory of this day, I remain determined to make this “another day in paradise.”

I.T. Can get better and will be mo’better as fueled by my determination to affect change…in and around me!

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