Journey

Choose those Who Choose You!

By Karen Berrios | December 29, 2019

“Some friends don’t help but a true friend is closer than your own family.” Proverbs 18:24 This bible verse is absolute truth and in my cancer journey, I have experienced and witnessed this truth and more. People you expect would be there are not and those you never thought to show up. At this point…

Walking into 2020

By Karen Berrios | December 28, 2019

As we get closer to the new year, many of us get excited to set new goals for our professional and personal lives. While this is great, many of us usually find ourselves right back in the same spot as before. After a few weeks or months of faithfully trying our best to follow through…

The Gift of Love

By Karen Berrios | December 25, 2019

We were born to be an amazing gift to the world and let our light shine. This is true and we are destined for greatness! Christmas is the single most celebrated holiday in the world. Where we remember and acknowledge that a gift from heaven was sent to us. The prince of peace was born to save…

Finding joy in the journey!

By Karen Berrios | December 23, 2019

Sometimes we have to let go of how we think life should be and learn to find joy in the story we are living. 🦋 According to Theopedia, Joy is a state of mind and an orientation of the heart. It is a settled state of contentment, confidence, and hope. It is something or someone that…

Holding a grudge?

By Karen Berrios | December 22, 2019

Holding a grudge doesn’t make you strong, it makes you bitter. Forgiving doesn’t make you weak, it sets you free.” – Dave Willis 🦋 The bible says that holding bitterness and resentment will only allow offense and disappointment to take root in your heart. Consequently, your conscious and unconscious thoughts and actions will reflect this…

Me Before You

By Karen Berrios | November 29, 2019

This is the title of a movie I watched during my flight back home from Peru. Yes, I was in Peru once again for a very specific assignment from the Father. I’m not at liberty to discuss specifics but I really need to share some of the emotional experience during my time there.  The film…