Yes, “Any day above ground is a good day,” even if we have to cry! Remember, whatever you are experiencing relating to life’s challenges, someone is experiencing something much worse. And you will (as I do) have to cry some days! Hello, my name is Daria Dillard Stone, The Servant. Welcome to the Conversations Of Courage Blog!
So many of us look for happiness in all the wrong places, don’t we? Some would prefer “substitute pleasures” that only last temporarily rather than working through the tears/trials in our lives and finding the real answers for us not having a good day or even a good life. You and I have a gift each day we wake up – it is called “the present!” Use your present today in the best way you know to do. Where you fall short, ask for help. Ask for help from God first and then seek help from real relationships that can support and encourage you until you again realize, “Any day above ground is a good day!” Ask me how I know! I have had many days, whereas I felt alone only to realize I am lonesome – never alone. I pray you never feel alone, but when you do (we all do at some point in our lives), use G.A.S. – God’s Awesome Spirit to redirect your heart, soul, and mind! You will realize life was never meant for you to live it alone and that there is truth in knowing “Any day above ground is a good day” – have a good day!
Min. Daria Dillard Stone, “The Servant,” is the Founding C.E.O. of Sharing Ministries LLC Sharing Ministries, LLC mission is: Built on a foundation of faith and integrity, Sharing Ministries helps women from all walks of life to develop character, clarity, and courage by offering spiritual guidance, educational resources, business connections, and moral support.
Daria states, “This ministry/movement was initially birthed out of the grief I was experiencing in 2007 when my darling husband Todd died. But now it has grown out of the grief and exemplifies the GRIT (Grace, Resilience, Integrity, Tenacity).” She is an inspiring preacher/teacher, award-winning author, and an international motivational speaker. She mostly wants folks to remember her as “The Servant.”
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