Every morning, I wake between 4:50 am and 5:10 am. I open my eyes, give God thanks for another day. I get out of bed, put on slippers and a robe and head to “our place” the place in my home where I spend time with the Lord. I pray, listen to uplifting music, read the word and talk to God. As I go throughout my day, I may hear something or see something that reminds me of where I was before I came to this place of peace in my life and I smile. I smile because I am so grateful that I was able to break free. I share this with you, because there was a time when although my mornings began almost the same, (minus the time spent with God), they ended with me dragging myself home after a day of complaining about my job, to prepare dinner, eat, wash dishes, grab a cup of tea, watch television and then go to bed; only to wake up and do the same, all over again. Every day mirrored the previous day; filled with complaints and discouragement. One morning, after waking up in tears, I heard in my spirit, “Do you want to be made whole?” and likewise in my spirit, I immediately understood the implication of the statement; I wasn’t fully living the life I was meant to live.