Motivational Morning Messages

Everyone needs that push to become better each time we wake up. We hardly take time out to really recognize what’s around us, how we have neglected peace and joy, our thought process and why we should start thinking more positive. We rarely acknowledge the goodness in our lives. I found it to be very soothing to receive morning inspirational texts from friends who want to be great too! I start to make my day better than yesterday. Despite of the problems and deadlines that awaits us, never stop to see what’s around you. By one simple message, my days start off smoothly and yours can too.

Here are some motivating, inspiring morning messages I’ve received:

1 – Happiness is a matter of ones most ordinary & everyday mode of consciousness, “being busy, lively and unconcerned with self.” – Jean Murdoch. Beautiful souls, we all have our times when we can let self doubt or fear sink in, but remember don’t beat yourself up for mistakes, un-achievements or failed endeavors. We all made it to see another day, so our mission for our life’s purpose is still incomplete. Today I want us to bless our past, move forward, be happy; grow, spread love, try to be kind, and most importantly live!  Affirmation –> I radiate success and I prosper wherever I turn!

My name is Glenneisha Darkins, I was involved in a tragic rollover accident. The accident left me as as a vent dependent quadriplegic. I am unable to move anything below my breasts. Going back to how I got this way, I got ejected from the vehicle coming from college in Tallahassee, FL on Thanksgiving break– I was attending Florida A&M University. I caught a ride with a student I barely knew just to get home to see my family. It didn't dawn on me that this would turn out to be a tragic outcome. I only remember waking up in the hospital asking for my belongings. The other people in the vehicle walked away except for me and the driver. The doctors announced my injuries to myself and mom; I am a C3-C4 and T-11 paraplegic. My left diaphragm was severely damaged leaving me on a breathing machine until further notice. It was unfortunate for me to end up having limitations. Before my accident, I was a very active child in school and outside. I played sports preferably basketball. However, this hasn't stopped me. I am now enrolled in college at Florida International University as a Psychology major. I attend online class and on-campus. This is evident that my situation doesn't stop me from living my life! I constantly remind my friends and family that I am thankful to be able to accomplish my goals despite my current condition. I inspire my mother, my brother, and friends. I am extremely honored to have survived such a accident. I've gain more courage than I've had before. My season has yet to begin and I thank The Lord and Savior!

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