Reflection: Sir Winston Churchill – I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.

You can´t give what you don´t have.

This phrase I have chosen today which is one of the quotes I decided to choose about great people from the past. “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.”

A man who made his home in #Kent in the Gardens of Eden – filled with beautiful trees, flowers, gardens and walks.

Planning your next trip to the UK

Link to Visit


How much effort do we put into things we do on a daily basis?

Our relationships,

Our families,

Our work colleagues,

Our friends or even

Caring about ourselves,

Our homes,

Our cars,

Our jobs,

Our environment,

Our town,

Our county,

Our community,

Our bodies,

Our minds,

Our souls?  

Quite a long list …

Do we do our best at sometimes and not at others?  

Do we try the best we can in any circumstance, in any situation or in any challenge?  

Hopefully you will agree, if we have done our best, been the best we can, with the tools we have, then we can have peace.  Sleep peacefully at night knowing we did our best.

Always leave people with a Smile, a sense of Enthusiasm, Inspiration, Motivation and Empowerment to Rise above the daily challenge.

A book I will have to take time to read, as one day when it was too late, I realised I had chosen the same title to publish The Power of Words – Mindful Reflection Series


Published by Luisa Natasha Parker

"Our story does not define us but our actions will.” When faced with difficult choices in Life, some of our beliefs, self-sabotaging ideas we have about ourselves and others in our relationships will challenge us to take charge. Some will rise and take charge, whilst others will need a helping hand with The Power of Words Collection in english and spanish. Women in Poetry celebrates the voice of women, in recognition of their tremendous influence and impact in poetry, and showcases their inspirational words, stories and poems for the world to read. - 14th December 2018. Join the Conversation Every Friday on the 5 Minute Podcast - Parker The Poet in Kent Other links

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