Mid-life Crisis no, your next chapter

Ever felt ambushed by life? You are getting older and your body needs more attention than when you were in your 20s or 30s.  Health issues are arising one after another.  Are financial mountains looming over your head?  Once independent, now ill parents need you to care for them, as they are not as strong.  What about knowing its time to focus on your own passions but not knowing how to kick-start the next chapter?

Your feelings, appearances, the circumstances are oftentimes a wall and right beyond it, lies the green pastures of your future.  Does your vision feel darkened? Is depression blocking your spiritual sight?  It means your eyes and mind are consumed by “the wall”.

Remind your situation:

  1. I am not focusing on the appearance of lack.
  2. I am embracing my next and what is beyond the burdens.
  3. I have the creative life of God in me.
  4. I am moving forward.
  5. Open my spiritual eyes to see how I fit into the plan that is already in place for me.
  6. My mind is fortified and resolute.
  7. I have supernatural strength on the inside.
  8. This ambush will not have my focus! Reality is not what is happening now; I deliberately choose to focus on the blessings and favor that is about to overtake me.
  9. May this caustic atmosphere that’s looming shift to make way for streams of abundant life.


Action Challenge #1

Reading the reminders out loud, not just in your mind will activate its atomic force to affect change in your life.  Find the courage to believe this and activate it with the spoken word.

Spirit Cry

As I look towards the horizon

The waves of my next level

Rushes to meet my feet

Waters of change, refreshes my

Ravaged, torn body & spirit

To the tide of my next …

I surrender



“Yes, the LORD will give what is good; and our land will yield its increase.

Righteousness will go before Him, and shall make His footsteps our pathway.” (Psalms 85:12-13)


Published by T. Marie

Protagonist. Diplomat. Conceptual. T. Marie at the core is a connector. She connects women to their purpose, so that they can influence the world. In this blog she writes to share her faith, and failures, hope and resilience, just simple inspiration to win in life.

19 thoughts on “Mid-life Crisis no, your next chapter

  1. A great reminder than our best days are ahead and we should be grateful for everything we currently have.

  2. First I want to thank you Tina for sending me this link to your blog. This is truly inspirational and the kick that I actually needed to move forward with my dreams for the future. I felt this article was talking to me personally. About to start with the first step.

  3. This is a roadmap of my most recent experiences. Forward movement isn’t defined by where we start. It doesn’t matter if we start at the middle, top or bottom, what’s most important is to just “start”. These are very relevant and important reminders in our day-to-day lives. keep it coming – I love it!! So proud of you!!

  4. What a great reminder, we should not rely on our own understanding. We must also declare victory over our lives each and every day.

  5. A true enlighten peace of material that provides a great insight, making me feel comfortable that media personels do have a great outlook on what life truly is and provides a little hope that we have accurate knowledge of what is going on provoking the discussion that we can do better for our selves by becoming more into our selves spiritually and morally.

  6. To God be the Glory, Great and wonderful things he will continue to do in your life. This was truly an eye opener sis, so often we get complacent and forgot who is really in Control. I needed this reminder, thank you for sharing. I love you and I am so proud of you. I know this is only the beginning for you , the best is yet to come. ❤❤❤

    1. This was a page turner for me too and as you begin to declare the words daily, it will be the beginning for you as well. Only the best is good enough and it’s coming!

  7. Love it, love it, love it, it’s like you looked into my heart and head and saw the questions and provided the answers. Continue to avail yourself to be used by the Almighty. Bless you.

    1. Kareen my heart just melted because I wrote out of my own struggle. Glad it blessed you so. Share with other who may need it and thanks for stopping by.

  8. This conversation piece gives a “voice to the afflicted”. Too often we experience unexplained or undiagnosed symptoms that leaves us dazed, confused, ashamed and we dare not mention the unmentionable word “depressed”.. The only comfortable forum is our doctor’s offices where we oftentimes chalk it up to stress, afterall, it’s a safe diagnosis. However,it takes over our mental space, causing us to isolate from the people we love because we cannot “put a trigger on the issue”. Guess what? we are never alone. Thanks for the safe space!

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