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Stepping Into My Destiny

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Dr. Tricia Working

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Stepping Into My Destiny

 I am Stepping, stepping into my destiny – leaving the past behind,

Who I was only a memory,

I am NOW visible everpresent in my life,

I am the architect of  my future and it is waiting  within me,

I lift off the veils of  sleep and awaken my spirit to truth,

I choose to remember my divinity,

I am Stepping into my destiny holding my heart open, rejoicing in the love of the Universe

Fears are frozen in time, today turns on a dime and I am no longer doing time because the future is truly mine,

Stepping into my destiny , created only for me, to be lived by me – how can this be – ask and ye shall receive – I am stepping into my destiny.

About Dr. Tricia Working

Atlanta native, speaker, and writer, Dr. Tricia Working brings a cadre of experience and expertise to her work both spiritually & within mainstream America. She has over ten years of experience with the Georgia legislature, seven years experience in shelter management, and fifteen years education. She founded Paws for Thought Animal Foundation in 1993 & currently serves as President of the Southern Regional Business Council & Director of Public Relations for the Hope of Humanity Foundation.

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