Why does it seem so hard to find freedom? What can you do to create your freedom? What happens when you find “Freedom Uncovered?” Hello, my name is Daria Dillard Stone, The Servant. Welcome to the Sharing Ministries Blog.
What is the true meaning of freedom? Technically, freedom means the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint,’ but here in the United States of America, it means so much more. To Americans and others living here, freedom is the right to be yourself. … Americans can have whatever job they are qualified for.
Well, that sounds easy enough – right? In the definition of freedom, we find that freedom gives us power in many ways, and in America that freedom seems to be better than in other countries. Okay, so why is it that we have trouble/challenges obtaining “our freedom?” There was a young woman who had an executive position and she took pride in representing her employer on and off the job. One day as the young woman was taking dictation (I know you have to look that word up) her boss started telling her would color clothes, a style he would like her to wear in the future. She sat there dazed but knew if she didn’t speak up NOW this “assumption” that he can talk to me like that will occur again. Risking her job she stated “I am not your wife. My husband loves how I look. I think we need to continue with the task at hand.” That was the day she found freedom – real freedom. Being able to risk her job/career to address a personal violation was the key that unlocked a door of “I have to take it because it’s my job.”
Freedom Uncovered is a way (I think) for us to reach a point of no return as it relates to tolerated verbal or physical abuse on or off the job. People actually think (especially in today’s society) they can say anything to others and there is no repercussion. Freedom Uncovered deals with our Faith (to stand our ground), Fight (knowing the weapons you use win), Forward (no matter what happens you keep going in a positive direction). There are all types of freedom to come and go as one pleases, freedom/equality before the courts, freedom to have private property, freedom of opinion and its expression, and freedom of getting to a point you no longer care what others think of you.
Yes, Freedom Uncovered is therapeutic, it is free-flowing, it is healing,
Because I care, I share
Daria Dillard Stone, The Servant
Min. Daria Dillard Stone, “The Servant,” is the Founding C.E.O. of Sharing Ministries L.L.C. She is a licensed minister and a Family Development Specialist residing in Ohio.
Sharing Ministries, L.L.C. 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 website was 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 G.R.I.T. (Grace, Resilience, Integrity, Tenacity).” She is an inspiring preacher/teacher, award-winning author, and an international motivational speaker.