"We were born to manifest the glory of God that is within us."
~~Marianne Williamson

I came to a serious realization this very morning. I had been asking God for guidance all year long and instead of me "listening" I "assumed". I started school to become a spiritual counselor and that was a perfect move for me. I know for a fact that this is what God wanted. But, when it comes to my family mission I lost focus of why this all began and who began it. I didn't create this - God did! He knew I had a strong desire and passion to help others, so He placed the idea in my heart and lead me every step of the way. Now, here's where I get real with myself. Because I saw how easily people helped organizations with non-profit status I (alone) assumed this was what God wanted me to do. I thought if we attain this status more people would want to help us, but the truth is this is NOT about what others will do. This is about the love my Father and I posses for other beings. It's about uplifting those who need it most. Jesus didn't search for backers nor did he seek approval from anyone other than God. I lost my focus and I have begged Him for forgiveness. This mission is about ONE family doing God's work. It's about what God has placed before us. We accept what is and what will be, because we know He will be with us every step of the way.

If obtaining non-profit status is the only way people will help us, then we will lovingly pass. We are servants of God and all I/we every wanted was to help others. We will do this! We will do this on the strength of God and not a status that others have made us believe we needed to succeed. Because, at the end of the day ALL WE NEED IS GOD & EACH OTHER.


  1. This is beautiful, Tabitha! Thank you for sharing so openly here! I agree that often we give credit or rely to easily on resources provided more than the Divine itself. It is our calling to awaken to Love and to keep our alignment first, and let the services flow from our heart of pure being. Blessings to you this 2010~ :) ~Sharmila

  2. We can easily lose perspective - envisioning our worldly endeavours as ends in themselves. You've taken us back to the heart of the matter ~ reflecting on purpose in the context of God.


You bless me with your presence! Tabitha♥

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