What YOU Deserve…

It’s easy to take what you can get. However patience brings about many good things. Sometimes you have to forget what you want and remember what you deserve. You can search for a person, place or thing to bring you happiness but you deserve to have everything that is good, in search of you.  We often forget who we are while in a fast-paced world and we begin to chase everything. Trying to make the best out of any situation. However, not all situations are the best for us.  Some situations are a part of your destiny but they are not your destination.


  • You have the right to be free, to choose yourself first.
  • You are worthy of respect and appreciation.
  • You are great & that you truly DESERVE the best of what life has to offer….

There’s just one catch.  You have to put in the work!  And once you do, no one will ever be able to tell you what you’ve earned. You will know and have it the other way around.

There’s something that you’ve always wanted, that you’ve dreamed about, and deep in your heart you are certain of. It has your name on it and you will receive it because it’s already yours. It’s just a matter of time.

Don’t take what you can get. Don’t settle! Don’t grab, steal, or lure any person, place or thing. Always remember what you deserve 🙂

On the “Be Encouraged” page (https://ohemmawrites.com/be-encouraged/ ) find a clip of the legendary Les Brown. He has a message for you! Posted under “It is Written…” (https://ohemmawrites.com/it-is-written/ ) an excerpt from best-selling author, Joyce Meyer’s “Battlefield of the Mind”. Ladies & gentlemen you’re in for a treat!

As always, I appreciate the love & feedback!

Stay you and enjoy,


8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ali
    Oct 02, 2012 @ 11:58:03

    I really love this post, you are truly an inspiration to others 🙂


  2. SwindleSeason
    Oct 02, 2012 @ 15:27:34

    Awesome Advice ! Couldn’t have said it any better ! Keep up the good work


  3. WordsFallFromMyEyes
    Oct 03, 2012 @ 17:27:22

    I felt very undeserving of anything good for very, very long. When I left my father’s household – he raised me from age 10 to 17, I felt like scum, worthless, no self esteem, no boundaries. It has been a life long confrontation of “who AM I?” to see myself as I am today. I know I’m not as my father said, but still don’t know all of my potential.

    Great post 🙂


    • ohemmawrites
      Oct 04, 2012 @ 00:03:53

      Thanks & at the moment you may not be aware of all your potential but that’s only because you have so much! You and your work are great. Always remember that …. 🙂


  4. Falandria
    Dec 30, 2012 @ 10:45:46

    Love this Queeny


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